Justice & Mercy cordially invites you to its annual Chocolate Cross Day at the Lancaster County Prison starting @ 07:45 a.m. Be a part of this exclusive, spiritually transformative event in which a group of 30 committed volunteers share Easter in the form of a Chocolate Cross , an Easter Card explaining Easter including testimonies , and a Christian greeting to every inmate and all staff.
We kindly request that every participating volunteer pledge a tax-deductible donation of $250.00/per person to the organization.
Immediately following the handout at the prison, all volunteers, and additional luncheon only guests are invited to join us for a luncheon and afternoon of programming at the Eden Resort Inn. The luncheon will conclude by 1:30 p.m. Tickets to the luncheon are open to the general public at a cost of $150.00/per person.
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A variety of sole and corporate sponsorship opportunities are available. Please contact Justice & Mercy (717) 823-38080 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
*As a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, all contributions made to Justice & Mercy will be honored to the fullest extent of the law.
Justice & Mercy will be going into Lancaster County Prison again on December 13, 2022. We will be giving every single inmate and staff a large Whoopie Pie, a Christmas card, and a Christmas greeting by one of 30 volunteers going from cell to cell throughout the prison.
On the back side of the card, there is a story about the true meaning of Christmas, and testimonies or advertisements of service. Also, on the card is an invitation to talk to Justice & Mercy if they have a problem with the criminal justice system. Justice & Mercy makes individual prison visits when time is available.
Justice & Mercy’s intent is to send light and hope to inmates who may be struggling. In Matthew 25:36, Jesus said, “I was in prison and you visited me”. We want prisoners to know the Christian people care, that the Bible is truth, and Jesus can be their source for victory.
It has been told that by passing out Whoopie Pies and personally greeting the inmates and staff that there is a big change in the atmosphere on that day and several days later. Justice & Mercy has had several inmates testify about how blessed they were by the Whoopie Pies and the Christmas Card.
Please join us for this event on December 13, 2022. After the handout will be a luncheon where we will have:
Dr. E. Daniel Martin - Psychiatrist with PrimeCare. Warden Cheryl Steberger- Lancaster County Prison David Lewis- author of the book “Get Free and Stay Free” Testimonies from former inmates in the book, John Hargreaves-PA Prison Society
There will be copies of the book Get Free and Stay Free get your personal copy autografted! Come join us for this unprecedented event!