Date and Time:
Second and fourth Wednesdays of each month
4pm to 5:30pm
Join Us on Zoom
Wednesday, September 28th, the Beacon of Light prison ministry continues to present our speakers series. This week, our speaker will be Ayanna Johnson. Miss Johnson will discuss the effects of the criminal justice system on the entire family, when you have a family member directly involved with the criminal justice system.
Join us on Zoom at 4:15 p.m.
Meeting ID: 857 5585 8392
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If you have any questions, please contact the East Bay Church of Religious Science Beacon of Light Prison Ministry
Our Purpose Statement:
We are dedicated to supporting and empowering individuals by uplifting all impacted by incarceration with dignity, respect, and love. Our goal is to serve as a safe and non-judgmental space to support positive new beginnings.
Our Mission Statement:
We serve as a Beacon of Light sharing resource information to all transitioning from incarceration to their communities, by providing information on employment, housing, medical, food pantries, counseling, and other resources.
The Beacon of Light Prison Ministry is a community-based organization. We interface with various organizations which provide support for those affected by incarceration.
For additional information or to provide support, please contact Reverend Anthony Jackson, 510.381.4343.
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Beacon of Light Team
Rev. Anthony joined the East Bay Church of Religious Science in 1994, becoming a practitioner in 2004, and graduating from Holmes Institute in 2009, earning a Master’s degree in Consciousness studies. This was followed three years later by becoming an ordained minister of Religious Science, a metaphysical philosophy.
Ona has been an EBCRS Practitioner since 2009. After witnessing several transitions of young adult family members, Ona has actively sought out coping strategies to comfort the loss of children. “Grief can be paralyzing, yet the healing of God is more powerful than any experience”.
“My goal as a Licensed Spiritual Practitioner is to be that beacon of light who gives hope to everyone I come in contact with, and also by assisting individuals to make changes in their lives, for the betterment of all, by making changes in their consciousness.” Rebecca is currently available to see clients.
Pamela is presently volunteering with East Bay Church of Religious Science - Beacon of Light Prison Ministry to share her skills with people who are transiting out of incarceration as well as into the community.
Joanne Johnson has been with Beacon of Light Prison Ministry for 6 years.
Al is a Licensed Spiritual Practitioner with Centers for Spiritual Living where he works with individuals providing guidance and clarity of life’s circumstances.