Freedom Fellowship Is…

A jail and prison ministry which has been in existence since 1984 and is headquartered in Fort Collins.  Numerous volunteers are working through the Ministry to provide the following services:

  • Conducting worship services and Bible studies at Larimer County Jail (LCJ) and other Colorado jails.
  • Conducting weekend seminars in state, federal and privately-run prisons.
  • Conducting worship services and support groups for ex-inmates to assist them in their continued spiritual growth and re-integration into the community.
  • Ministering to inmates, ex-inmates and their families.
  • Sponsoring social and fellowship events for ex-inmates and their families and volunteers.
  • Publishing the “Free Indeed” newsletter.

Adult-Only Worship Service

Meets every Sunday @ 2pm.  Please call 472-1193 for more information.

Contact Us

Freedom Fellowship

PO Box 726
Fort Collins
Colorado
80522

Telephone: 970-472-1193

Information: We are a non-profit 501-C(3) ministry.

Thank you for your prayerful support in setting the captives free!

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Our Rewards

A man who was once a drug dealer in this area is now saved, Spirit-filled and has worked as a drug counselor.

Another man who abused drugs and alcohol and was very violent is now leading a Freedom Fellowship support group and is planning to attend Bible School to become a pastor.

Yet another ex-inmate has started a successful business and has taught a Freedom Fellowship Bible study.

Some of the ladies who came out of a lifestyle of drug addiction and fraud are now leaders in a rehabilitation program bringing balance and order into others’ lives.

Another young lady who was involved in gangs and destruction is now leading others away from this type of lifestyle.

Testimonies

“I personally know many people involved in this organization and support the ministry with both prayer and finances.  People’s lives are being changed through this caring group that is demonstrating God’s love.”
– Pastor Dary Northrop, Timberline Church, Fort Collins, CO

“Freedom Fellowship volunteers have ministered to hundres of inmates and have successfully given many of them the hope of returning to society as law abiding citizens.”
– Stuart VanMeveren, Former District Attorney

“Freedom Fellowship has provided a valuable resource to many of my clients who have been integrating into society.”
– Kathryn Hay, Deputy Public Defender

“I almost committed suicide, but because Freedom Fellowship was there for me, I now have a future and a great relationship with the Lord.”
– Ex-inmate, Administrative Coordinator for a Christian School

“I had no family or friends here in Colorado.  Freedom Fellowship quickly became my family and friends.”
– Ex-inmate