Hurt Participates in Letter-Writing Campaign to Connect with Inmates During COVID

Before the outbreak of COVID-19, a group of Cedarville University students visited the Greene County Jail on Sunday mornings to spend time talking with inmates and building relationships with them.

Due to the health precautions this year, inmates are unable to talk with visitors face-to-face; they can only talk behind glass and over a phone. Cedarville students typically begin their jail ministry in October, and with COVID-19, they are planning to move to a letter-writing campaign in hopes of encouraging the inmates.

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