(Congregation yeshivat tzion)
To Whom it May Concern:
Congregation Yeshivat Tzion and all of its members CONDEMNS any and all acts of violence between people. We CONDEMN acts of violence against law enforcement/Governmental authorities by the public and we CONDEMN unlawful acts of violence against the public by Law enforcement/Governmental authorities. We also CONDEMN any and all types of racial injustice and racism.
We also agree with the United States of America's Judicial system's idea of due process, and we don't pass judgment on anyone who has been charged with any crimes until due process of the judicial system is complete. We truly believe a person is "innocent until proven guilty".
Lastly, as an Army of Light (Ohr Tzava) we focus upon weapons of CREATIVITY, CONSTRUCTION, and EDUCATION; not weapons of destruction.
TZION'S JEWS BEHIND THE WALL PROGRAM
Our Prison Ministry of 10 years and counting has been responsible for over 40 conversions to Judaism within 5 different prison facilities. We service these men with Jewish Books/educational material, Jewish Lifestyle Supplies, Teachings, and Structuring. This Program has even lead to the development of Rabbis within and outside of the prisons/facilities and Jewish Lay Leaders that were once imprisoned.
The 5 different institutions we have history with are:
Miami Correctional Facility ( 3038 W 850 S, Bunker Hill, IN 46914), (765) 689-8920
New Castle Correctional Facility (1000 Van Nuys Rd, New Castle, IN 47362), (765- 593-0111)
Putnamville Correctional Facility (1946 US-40, Greencastle, IN 46135), (765) 653-8441
Pendleton Correctional Facility (4490 W Reformatory Rd, Pendleton, IN 46064), (765- 778-2107)
Indiana State Prison (1 Park Row St, Michigan City, IN 46360). (219) 874-7256
How you can help?
We ask for your assistance in Transportation expenses to and from the facilities (throughout the state of Indiana), Buying, Donating or Supplying Jewish Books, Lifestyle supplies, and the like to aid in their Jewish Education and Spiritual Growth! We also seek to continue our volunteer services with each institution with more Jewish leaders becoming outside representatives/volunteers, seeking funding to help us grow the prison ministry, and any other aid or support a person may feel they can offer.
If you want to help or even interested in being apart of the program, please contact Rabbi Yehoshua 765-398-1594 and/or click the Donate button of your choice below ! Shalom.