TRAINING: Friday, March 20 | 5:30 PM | Huntsville, TX
SERVING: Saturday, March 21 | Huntsville Area Prison
Cost: $25 Registration Fee
Registration Deadline is February 26!
We are joining Bill Glass Ministries on a Huntsville, Texas Prison Ministry trip for men (18+). We’d love to have you join us.
How to Register:
- You must register directly with Bill Glass Ministries. Click the button below to be directed to the registration.
- On the Bill Glass Website: Scroll to the bottom and click the "Register Online" button, follow the instructions. This is very important: during the registration process, designate Munger Place as your Group, Jake Porter as your group leader. This will add you to the Munger Place Group List.
- If you don't, you will not be at the same prison as all the other Mungarians.
- Once registered with Bill Glass, submit your information to Munger. The button to do so is below. This must be done before Feb 27th.
- Equally as important: YOU must book a hotel for 1 night, March 20th. We want all Mungarian participants to book at Holiday Inn Express & Suites | 148 I-45 South | Huntsville, TX | 77340; (936-295-4300) BGBTW Rate: $115 + tax/night. This is your responsibility. If you wait to book a hotel, you may not be staying at the same hotel as other Mungarians.
Step out on faith and join us for this event.
Questions or Concerns? Email Jake Porter.
What is the schedule for the trip?
Friday, March 20: Be in Huntsville, Tx by 5:30 pm
- Bill Glass Ministry Mandatory Orientation (Includes Dinner)
- Fellowship of Huntsville, 3895 State Hwy 30 West, Huntsville, TX, 77342
- Overnight hotel in Huntsville
Saturday, March 21
- Prison Ministry at Huntsville area prison
- On the road back home no later than 5p.
What do we do at the prisons?
Bill Glass Ministry brings volunteers from across the country into prisons and youth detention centers. We will join volunteers from other churches and greet inmates as they enter/exit the special events. We'll have the opportunity to talk in small groups, pray, and share stories with men and women in prison.
Will I be safe inside the prison?
In the 45 years that Bill Glass Ministry has been visiting prisons, they have never experienced an incident that compromised the safety of one of their volunteers. We feel safe going to these events.
What can I wear inside the prison?
Comfortable, close-toed shoes
Casual, modest, and comfortable street clothes that are weather appropriate
Do NOT wear shirts with religious logos or inappropriate messages
Little or no jewelry
What am I required to take to the prison?
Required: Valid driver’s license or government-issued picture ID and a ballpoint pen
Optional: Car key/fob, medication (if absolutely necessary)
What about lunches when we're at the prison?
Most facilities provide a meal. As often as possible, we eat with the inmates. The inmates enjoy it, and it provides additional opportunities for witnessing. No outside food is allowed in the facilities, and leaving the facility during mealtimes is typically not allowed.