Beyond the walls ...
Weekly Bible Study at Casa Grande Transitional Housing
Every Monday evening, volunteers lead a Bible Study for inmates; attendance varies between 5 - 25 inmates. The interactive study time is usually led by co-teachers, is pre-planned, and lessons are provided to volunteers in advance.
The Casa Grande Transitional Housing center has been operating since December 2005. The dormitory-style facility was built to house non-violent, non-sex crime inmates who are within 18 months of their parole eligibility date. The main purpose of Casa Grande was, and still is, to allow these “residents” the opportunity to seek work and secure permanent housing prior to reintegrating into society. Since its inception, Casa Grande has expanded its programs to include parolees, probation violators, and ex-offenders.
Opportunities to Make a Difference
Bible Study at Casa Grande
Mondays, 6:00 pm - 7:30 p.m.
Bible Study Leader Training
Scheduled as needed
What it means to those seeking a better life for themselves and their families ...
“As a new Christian, this Bible Study has answered so many questions I have about the Bible and God. It's not just coming and listening to someone talk at me, it has really helped me grow quickly in my faith and provided me the encouragement I needed to see hope in my future."