Crossings Community Church welcomes Joseph Harp Correctional Center to its satellite campuses with Crossings Joseph Harp services beginning Easter weekend. Joseph Harp Correctional Center, a medium security prison for men located in Lexington, Oklahoma, will hold services each Sunday which include worship, communion, a message, and fellowship opportunities.
Explore this page for more information about Crossings Joseph Harp, including how you can volunteer, helpful resources, and contact information.
“I look forward to the expanded partnership that we will have with Crossings Community Church. Over the last three years, the church has impacted the facility in several positive ways, not the least of which is sponsoring the Global Leadership Summit. The investment of resources and presence is already paying dividends that only eternity will be able to fully reveal.”
— Steve Ruby, Chaplain – Joseph Harp Correctional Center
Volunteers are needed—for a once-a-month commitment—as part of the worship service inside the prison on Sunday afternoons from approximately 5:00-7:00 p.m. (must be at least 18 years of age). Teams will travel together, leaving from and returning to the OKC campus parking lot.
Crossings Joseph Harp volunteer opportunities include:
- Team Leader
- Prayer Team
- Tech Team
- Youth Offender Ministry
Ready to take the next step and get involved? Simply sign up to volunteer by completing the form linked in the “Volunteer Now” button below and share the opportunity you’re interested in!
“We saw the impact our discipleship study, Centered, and the Global Leadership Summit had on the men at Joseph Harp, so when the door opened to begin Sunday services inside the prison, we knew this was God’s plan and where He wanted us to be. What a privilege to be able to serve these men and show them we are all equally loved by God.”
— Marty Grubbs, Senior Pastor
Contact Jeremiah Braudrick with any questions you have about getting involved with Crossings Joseph Harp.