Short-Term Missions

Each year, we host short-term missions trips   where our missionary athletes travel to states outside of our local reach. These trips usually last four to six days and the schedules are quite intense. During this time, our teams play up 4 games a day against inmates teams and reach thousands of inmates with the Gospel on each trip.

Perhaps you have considered serving with the Saints Prison Ministry, but cannot commit to a full season. If you are interested in joining any of the trips below, please contact us at Crusade Information

 

 

 

2020 Open Crusades
March 3-8

March 5-8

Softball*

Basketball

Florida

Virginia

July 8-12 Softball Indiana
July 23-26

July 29 – Aug. 1

Softball

Softball*

Ohio

New York

August 19-23 Softball Kentucky
October 7-10 Softball Louisiana

 

*these crusades are operated under the church-crusade partnership

More information on joining the basketball crusade can be found at Saints Basketball Crusade          

More information on joining any of these softball crusades can be found at Saints Softball Crusades 

In addition to individuals joining us, opportunities are available for churches to use their existing athletic teams to minister around the country. Currently churches partnering with the Saints Prison Ministry have 2020 crusades scheduled for Florida, Arizona, West Virginia, New York and more!  Contact us for more information on participating in an athletic missions trip for your church group.

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Announcements

Virtual Celebration

On October 22, 20200 we hosted a virtual celebration, Manna in the Wilderness!

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We must regretfully announce that the SPM softball season 2020 is officially cancelled. After previously announcing the cancellation of many crusades - and the softball seasons for IL, NJ, and PA – this message serves to inform everyone that all softball events still pending are now also cancelled.

We have been in touch with the DOC Volunteer Coordinators on a weekly basis since early July, and more recently have received counsel from a high-ranking DOC official that nothing is likely to change until at least October, leading us to this painful decision.

Thank you all for your patience, as well as your passion. We do not know what the future holds, except to say that we anticipate being “back in business” in 2021 and every prison we talked to is anxiously awaiting the day we can return. There may be new protocols in place by then, but there is no virus strong enough to stop the Gospel message from reaching those who need to hear it!