Our vision is to be a national community of reconciliation and restoration to offenders, ex-offenders, their families and victims using a faith-based approach to transformation based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.
Our mission is to prepare and mobilize the Canadian Christian community in response to the issue of crime and the restoration of offenders.
Faith & Prayer
We will be responsive with a strong heart and commitment, reflecting the love of God through Jesus Christ. In all matters of faith and conduct, we will abide by the Apostle’s and Nicene Creeds. We acknowledge God as our sovereign source of direction, wisdom and protection, and consult Him in prayer on all matters of this ministry.
We make our programs and services available to the disadvantaged and marginalized in our communities regardless of race, religion, creed, gender, abilities, age or national origin; we are responsive to and respect the diversity, value and dignity of all people – those who we serve, our volunteers, and our staff.
Integrity & Accountability
We do the right thing, in the right way; we want people to understand that they can believe what we say and trust what we do. We deliver on our promises. We hold ourselves and others accountable for our actions and values. We are clear about what we expect from ourselves and others; we provide responsible explanations of performance results to the Board, our donors, volunteers, staff and other stakeholders.
We aim to promote fellowship in all that we do. This means that we will emphasize commonality over difference in striving towards unity among staff, volunteers, and to offenders, ex-offenders and their families and victims whom we serve to exist as an organization that brings God glory.
Learn more about the history of Prison Fellowship Canada and our story.