From press reports
The first ever Easter service was conducted at the Winston/Choctaw
Correctional Facility for 67 inmates.
Lee Wylie, a visiting lay speaker of the Gospel of Jesus Christ,
brought the message.
Following the message, the inmates participated in Communion. An
invitation was given and 62 decisions were made for Jesus Christ.
After the service concluded, the inmates were given cokes and cookies
donated by Vowell’s Market in Louisville.
“I want to thank Sheriff Jason Pugh who is over the prison, Warden
Tim Palmer, Chaplain Jonathan Peeples, lay speaker Lee Wylie, Poplar
Flat Baptist Church volunteers and Vowell’s Market for helping
proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ,”stated Joe Wylie.