The Logan County Sheriff's Office Chaplain program is supervised by the Senior Chaplain and is responsible for conducting general worship services and providing religious counseling to inmates and staff. Other areas of involvement may include death notifications, suicide intervention, bereavement counseling, community liaison, and ceremonial duties. Our Senior Chaplain is Pastor Kellie Sprick and she works closely with our Jail Administrator in supervising the other volunteer chaplains and in providing programs for the inmates.
We are always looking for volunteer chaplains to assist in worship services and programs such as Celebrate Recovery and if you would like to be part of the program, please call Lt. Keysha Phelps at 479-963-3271, ext. 1.
Senior Chaplain Kellie Sprick
Senior Chaplain's areas of work:
- Oversees, schedules, and conducts general worship services.
- Interviews, trains, coordinates, and directs volunteer chaplains and makes them aware of operational procedures within the Detention Center.
- Implements and supervises Bible studies and other religious training programs for the inmates.
- Counsels staff and inmates who have religious needs and/or personal problems including personal crisis, grief, guilt, and domestic problems.
- Provides public relations within the community, religious groups, and civic organizations providing information on the chaplaincy program.
- Performs related responsibilities as required or assigned.