Through our contract with the City of Jacksonville, we provide free employment services for men and women ex-offenders returning to Duval County.
During the appointment, we prepare a professional resume, provide interview training and perform job searches. Our goal is for every client to become gainfully employed. We are grateful to be in partnership with the city on this crime prevention endeavor!
Pre-qualification and an appointment is required, so please call the office, 904.358.8866 to schedule.
Currently we own and operate five area homes for men returning to Duval County from prison. At this time, we do not provide residential services to women.
Our program is structured, requiring accountability and providing the training necessary for a successful reentry to society.
The application process begins while our clients are still incarcerated.
Potential clients may request an application by writing to us at the address below. Third party requests are not accepted. We must hear from the potential client personally.
Prisoners of Christ
6940 Atlantic Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32211
Many ex-offenders do not feel accepted in the traditional local church, and many congregations are not comfortable with felons attending their church.
To help provide a solution and facilitate spiritual growth for those who desire it,
POC partners with
Safe Passage Community Fellowship.
They meet every Friday at 7 pm in the chapel on the Prisoners of Christ campus.
Anyone is welcome to attend.
Safe Passage Community Fellowship
6940 Atlantic Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL, 32211
Fridays, 7 pm
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6940 Atlantic Blvd., Jacksonville, Florida 32211
Monday - Thursday: 8am - 3pm
Friday: 8am - Noon
Saturday - Sunday: Closed
Closed on holidays throughout the year.
Call us before you come by. 904.358.8866
Check out this great video about the ministry of Prisoners of Christ, courtesy of The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty. Our special thanks to Lori Windham.
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