Religious Services for Inmates at Bexar County Correctional Facility

People can request spiritual visits at any time during their incarceration in the Bexar County Jail. The facility has chaplains who serve inmates, preaching about Christianity rather than about different religions. Both in the main prison and in the annex there is a chapel where inmates can go to attend Catholic, Protestant and Muslim services. Chaplains will visit housing units and provide individual and group counseling.

They will also give referrals to churches and agencies for when an inmate is released. The Bexar County Adult Detention Center has frequent worship services for different religions. If you are looking to get married while an inmate is incarcerated, you can contact the Bexar County Clerk's Office at (2) 335-2221 or visit their website for information on marriage. Lucy Adame-Clark, Bexar County Clerk, Central Department of Civil Archives 100 Dolorosa, Suite 104, San Antonio, Texas 78205. Chrysalis, an interfaith agency, began in 1941 as the Bexar County Detention Ministry, with a small group of local pastors offering worship and pastoral counseling services in the county jail. Inmates at the Bexar County Correctional Facility have access to a variety of religious services. Chaplains are available to provide spiritual guidance and counseling to inmates.

Worship services are held regularly for different religions, including Catholic, Protestant, and Muslim faiths. In addition, inmates can contact the Bexar County Clerk's Office for information on marriage while incarcerated. Finally, Chrysalis provides interfaith ministry services to inmates in the county jail.

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