Back in the fall of 2008, Monique was invited by Allison Vigna to help with prison ministry in Dartmouth, MA House of Corrections at the Women Center. In the year of 2009, she then was asked to minister to the Illegal Immigrant Unit of the D.H.O.C. Thus was born the Christian Assembly of All Nations. Bible Study Group, Sunday Worship Service, a Biblically-based Recovery Program that help these inmates to repent of their wrong doing.
The Christian Assembly of All Nations has helped more than 200 women come to faith in Christ, and others have rededicated their lives to Christ. Some former inmates are now Christian Ministers with their own Free Church/Ministry and are affiliated with Christ's Church Fellowship.
Mission: American Prisons is also in the Bridgewater State Prison known as the Massachusetts Treatment Center . It is here that the men that are incarcerated are sex-offenders. Again, Sunday Worship service is offered and also Bible Study, and Biblical Counseling topics are offered to these men. Many have re-dedicated their lives to Christ and are active in sharing their faith. Recently one young man who was released started ministerial studies with Dallas Theological Seminary!
The need for this ministry is continuous: to supply Bibles and other Christian and devotional books for their encouragement, the need simply for travel expenses to get to and from. More Volunteers and Chaplains are needed throughout the country. Ordination would come through Christ's Church Fellowship: