Judson’s Project Curiosity explores religious programming in prisons
Judson College’s Project Curiosity (Quality Enhancement Plan) and the Judson Justice League will sponsor an event exploring “Potential Transformation through Religion in Prison” Thursday, November 16th in Ramsay McCrummen Chapel. Guest panelists include:
- Rev. Lynn Dimon, retired United Methodist minister and clergy participant in Kairos Prison Ministry at Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women;
- Rev. Tom Duley, Minister of Missions and Pastoral Care at Bluff Park UMC in Hoover, Ala.;
- Imam Ahmad Hakim, owner of The Pie People Bakery and former Muslim Coordinator of the Federal Prison Camp of Bastrop, Tex.;
- Officer Kelly Stephens, Corrections officer with the Shelby County Corrections Center, Judson alumna;
- Mr. Terry Walker, lay person at 180 United Methodist Church, Springville, Ala., Kairos Ministry participant;
- Rev. Troy Walker, Pastor of Sweet Home United Methodist Church, partner with We Care and Kairos prison ministries and Celebrate Recovery Jail Ministry.
The discussion will be from 2:00pm to 3:30pm. The event is free and open to the public.