A Whoopie Pie Christmas @ LCP
December 13, 2022
Justice & Mercy visited Lancaster County Prison on December 13, 2022. We delivered to every single inmate and prison staff member a large Whoopie Pie, a Christmas card, along with a Christmas greeting by one of 30 ‘friends of Justice & Mercy’ who
visited every cell throughout the prison.
One side of the Justice & Mercy Christmas greeting card is the true meaning of Christmas, along with testimonies
and supporters advertisements. The card also extends the invitation to speak with Justice & Mercy if there is a problem
concerning the criminal justice system. As time permits, Justice & Mercy provides individual prison visits.
Justice & Mercy’s aim is to provide hope to inmates and their families who may be struggling emotionally, spiritually
or psychologically. In Matthew 25:36, Jesus said, “I was sick, and ye visited me: I was in prison, and ye came unto me.”
Justice & Mercy wants inmates to know that Christian people care, the Bible is the true word of God, and that
Jesus can be their source for victory.
With Justice & Mercy delivering Whoopie Pies along with friendly, personal greetings both inmates and staff report a change
in the atmosphere the day of and several days following. As a result several inmates have sent thank you notes
to Justice & Mercy telling how much of a blessing the visit, Christmas card, Whoopie Pie was.
We invite you to join Justice & Mercy for our annual Christmas prison visitation followed by a Fellowship Luncheon.
Our 2022 guest speakers included the following noteworthy guests:
Dr. E. Daniel Martin - Psychiatrist with PrimeCare.
Warden Cheryl Steberger- Lancaster County Prison
David Lewis - author of the book titled “Get Free and Stay Free”
Testimonies from former inmates from the featured book title
John Hargreaves - Pennsylvania Prison Society, Volunteer Director
Autographed copies of the book titled “Get Free and Stay Free” were available.
Join Justice & Mercy to be a blessing!