Christian groups within the Ministry of Justice

The following groups are driven by the power of Jesus' love to provide you with appropriate Christian support and encouragement. Everyone is welcome, whether Christian or not.


Generally meetings involve looking at relevant topics from a biblical perspective, praying about the issues that arise, and supporting one another.



Christians in MoJ


In Central London we generally meet on a weekly basis in 102 Petty France to study the bible / do some biblically based course (such as "God at Work"), to share and to pray.


There's also a monthly prayer guide (typically one prayer for each day), with a wide variety of prayers including that God's will be done in MoJ's work and impact upon society.


For more information, please contact the appropriate co-ordinator via



HM Prison Service / National Offender Management Service Christian Fellowship (HM Prison Service and the National Offender Management Service are Executive Agencies of the MOJ)


Prayer & Share on Wednesdays from 12.30-1.00pm at 316 Abell House (venue sometimes changes), Central London


For more information, please contact the appropriate co-ordinator via



Probation Service Christian Fellowship (The National Probation Service is part of the National Offender Management Service, an Executive Agency of the MOJ)

The Probation Service also has a Christian Fellowship where further details can be found at



Current prayer requests include the following:


• For Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Ministers, Permanent Secretary and all staff
• For all external to MoJ who have influence in areas covered by the Department.
• For better protection of the public and all who are vulnerable.
• For a reduction in reoffending.
• For a just, effective, transparent and responsive criminal justice system for victims and the public
• For fewer civil disputes with fair and amicable settlement of those which do occur by the parties themselves.
• For strengthened democracy, rights and responsibilities.
• For christians working in MoJ and the christian groups.