Announcement

Due to recent developments with COVID-19 Jail Chaplains method of ministry is changing to keep our staff, volunteers and those we are serving safe.  Changes include;

  • Jail programs suspended until further notice.
  • Living Free groups in the community suspended until further notice.

Jail Chaplains staff and volunteers are exploring ways we can continue to support and encourage people without having a physical presence.  At this time we see that being possible through phone conversations and we are happy to visit with anyone who would like to call.  The office number is 701-364-0067.  Blessings for a great day, stay safe and take care of yourself.

Gerri, Chaplain Mike and Eric

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Encourage the inmates to grow in Christ

In 1979, Cass County Sheriff Don Rudnick appointed Pastor Curt Frankhauser as a volunteer chaplain for the department.

Chaplain Frankhauser's first tasks included helping deputies make death notifications and providing ministry to Cass County Jail inmates.A board was established with the help of five men with various professional backgrounds to begin the organization called Peace Officer/Jail Chaplains Association.

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