Christ the Savior-Holy Spirit Orthodox Church
Archpriest Steven C. Kostoff
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Kairos Prison Ministry: Kairos Archive

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KAIROS #12 Update: \'Come and See\'

March 21, 2014


Invitation to KAIROS Closing Ceremony

Kairos #12 will be served on May 1-4.  On that Sunday afternoon about 4:30 we will hold a closing ceremony inside the prison, and we would like to invite any who wish to “come and see” the results of all the cookies and prayer. 

Any adult is welcome, but in order to be on the entry list, you must complete three simple forms. These have to be done about 2 weeks ahead, which means before Pascha.  So if you want to come on May 4, call or e-mail Terry Morgan within the two weeks so he can get the forms to you, and then to the authorities in time.  513-542-7114 or

Terry Morgan

KAIROS WEEKEND #12 Invites Men to Join Team

January 17, 2014


Kairos Prison Ministry is preparing for Kairos #12 at Warren CI, which will be May 1-4, 2014. 


We want to invite any of our men to be part of that team.  If you wish to serve on this team, contact Terry Morgan at or (513)542-7114.  In case you aren’t sure you are really suited to this ministry, we invite you to come to one or two of the training evenings – no strings attached, and you get a free, light supper as well.


 To learn more about the Kairos Prison Ministry and our ongoing parish commitment, visit our Kairos Archive page.



Past \'Thank You\' Cards to Kairos from Prisoners

The men whom God brought to recent Kairos Weekends at Warren Correctional Institute want to thank all those who prayed, baked, cooked, and served during those weekends.  They put their thanks on the attached greetings.  The art work was done by the men, themselves. Just click on the photos for the full-size versions.

Terry Morgan



Icons of Christ in Prison

Kairos 'Christ in Prison'
Kairos 'Christ in Prison'
Kairos 'Christ in Prison'

About the 'Christ in Prison' icon: 

It came to pass because some of us who were going to the prison each week commented that it was true that we meet Christ when we visit His brethren.  I had been talking to Fr. Ted in Dayton about his prison ministry, and he told me that one of his guys wrote icons.  I got in contact with the inmate, and he did this icon for us.  It is a very traditional image, except that Christ is wearing an Ohio prison uniform.  The icon was a blessing to several of us at the OCPM gathering in Denver, and the original went home with a man whose son is in prison.

Terry Morgan