The vision of Crossings Prison Campuses is to live by faith, be a voice of hope, and be known by love to the incarcerated. Crossings welcomed Joseph Harp Correctional Center in Lexington, Oklahoma, as a satellite campus on April 1, 2018. In the fall of 2019, raising funds to establish future prison campuses in Oklahoma was included as one of the primary goals of the GO Capital Campaign. On Sunday, April 26, 2020, Crossings welcomed 21 additional prison campuses to the Crossings family.
We strive to bring a quality and welcoming experience to all the inmates who attend our services. Our goal is for our members to have a church family in which to belong. We remember that we are all flawed and are all in equal need of the grace and forgiveness the cross brings. Whether we go to our homes in the evening or back to our prison cells, we remember that we’re all the same, and we all need a little help in our determination to become more Christ-centered people. We hope this shines through all of our activity behind bars.



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Ready to take the next step and get involved with one of the Crossings Prison Campuses? Simply sign up to volunteer by completing the form linked in the “Volunteer Now” button below and share the opportunity you’re interested in!



Why launch campuses in prisons?

We desire to truly be the Church—an unstoppable force that is living by faith, being a voice of hope, and being known by love to the incarcerated.

How can I serve?

Flexibly. Passionately. Selflessly.
Launching a church in a prison is one of the most rewarding and one of the most challenging of all Kingdom undertakings. It’s a messy, all-hands-on-deck venture that requires great sweat, bold prayers, deep faith, and rich sacrifice, but all the hard work is far outweighed by the joy and reward of experiencing friends behind bars who find and follow Jesus. To be contacted by our Crossings Prison Campus staff who will help you discern your best serving fit or to see a list of the major categories of serving opportunities, go to the prison campus interest form.

How much time will be required to serve?

Since state prisons are located throughout Oklahoma and with the varied distances of each facility, you can anticipate a minimum of five hours once a month. This includes meeting your group, travel time, getting through security, the service, and travel back. We schedule our Sunday opportunities on a rotation of one service each month.


Contact Jeremiah Braudrick with any questions you have about getting involved with Crossings Joseph Harp.

Jeremiah Braudrick

Director of Prison Ministry