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Current Chapel of Hope Projects - Donation Opportunities

The Southwestern Baptist Seminary extension at Darrington Prison will soon begin sending out scores of new, highly trained and motivated Field Ministers every year. We urgently need more chapels to accommodate them!

Your generous donation may be designated directly to Chapel of Hope, or directed to one of the current projects underway sponsored by Chapel of Hope. See below : 



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Donations contributed directly to Chapel of Hope are used to to support the mission of Chapel of Hope. Chapel of Hope Ministries provides the organization and infrastructure for donors, volunteers and advocates to build chapels inside Texas prisons.

Chapel of Hope provides support for current and future prison chapel construction projects such as those listed below. 




Click to Donate to Allred Chapel Project.

Allred Chapel – TDCJ James V. Allred Unit, Wichita Falls, Texas

Every free community needs a church. So does the community behind bars at the Allred Unit. With the help of prison chaplain staff and Field Minister graduates of the TDCJ Offender Seminary at Darrington, nearly 4,000 inmates at Allred will have a safe, supportive place where they can meet Jesus Christ, learn to be moral men, and experience spiritual restoration.

 


Click to Donate to Hamilton Chapel Project.

Hamilton Chapel – TDCJ J. W. Hamilton Unit, Bryan, Texas

This 350-acre facility is a pre-release unit, where nearly 1,200 men spend the balance of their sentences. A Chapel of Hope can make the difference in a man’s life between returning to the “free world” with the hope, direction, and moral compass he needs to succeed vs. returning to the only life he knows…and prison.



Click to Donate to Gureny Chapel Project.

Gurney Chapel – Joe F. Gurney Unit, Palestine,Texas

 Every free community needs a church. So does the community behind bars at the Gurney Unit. With the help of prison chaplain staff and many faith-based volunteer ministries, nearly 2,000 inmates at Gurney will have a safe, supportive place where they can meet Jesus Christ, learn to be moral men, and experience spiritual restoration.