Who We Are
In September 2004, after approximately a year of volunteering at the EECF, assisting Chaplain Ray, the Lord called Doug into full-time prison ministry. Two months later, he was appointed the Director of NBF, and our family entered full-time prison aftercare ministry as home missionaries. Doug holds credentials with International Ministerial Fellowship.
Types Of Activity
NBF holds ten Discipleship Groups in Essex and Middlesex County Massachusetts. Men and women together with the Body of Christ to fellowship in the Word of God.
HopeMail is a free, Christ-centered, monthly mailing containing materials to encourage, exhort, and entertain. We currently mail to over 160 individuals in 22 facilities.
Every June is the Prison Ministry Prayer Campaign. A challenge to the Body of Christ to engage in prayer for the prison and aftercare mission field.
Our ministry is based in Essex County, Massachusetts. We minister in county and state facilities throughout Massachusetts.
Our magazine (newsletter)We send a regular update called the "NBF Field Report" to anyone who would like to subscribe. Simply send an email to us and include the email address where you would like the newsletter sent.
About Our Prison Ministry
Doug Gregan is the Director of New Brothers Fellowship and serves as part-time Protestant Chaplain at the Middlesex House of Corrections.The Gregans live in Georgetown, Massachusetts, where they are home missionaries to the prison and aftercare mission field in the state.
We thank you for remembering the following needs in prayer: Our New Brothers' Spiritual and Practical Needs (Church home, discipleship, housing, relationships, employment, tansportation, etc.) The Holy Spirit to anoint and direct every facet of New Brothers Fellowship. For the financial and material needs of the ministry to be met each month.