Seeking out and discipling those impacted by incarceration.
We seek to build relationships and impact people during and after their incarceration. Working through our members and partners, we provide a variety of ministries for the incarcerated, formerly incarcerated, and their families to demonstrate God’s love for them.
To address the entire cycle of incarceration, we work through partners share the gospel with those currently incarcerated, help the formerly incarcerated re-enter society, and develop relationships with families impacted by incarceration. We offer a variety of different Watermark ministries in local prisons, including re:generation.
Noteworthy encourages incarcerated men and women by pairing them with “pen pals.” Volunteers are trained and have the chance to impact and disciple individuals via letters and cards throughout the year.
Men of Nehemiah is a discipleship program that provides homeless and formerly incarcerated men with residential accommodations, discipleship, recovery support, an array of support services, and more.
Restart 133, in partnership with Prison Fellowship, is a biblically based program in Lew Sterrett County Jail where men and women get to be discipled and invested in that sets them up for positivity re-entry by investing in their spiritual and overall well-being.
re:generation for Prisons is Watermark’s 12-step, Christ-centered, biblical recovery program that is being facilitated in the Sanders Estes Unit.