All inmates/detainees have the right to practice their religious beliefs as long as their right does not conflict with the security of the House of Correction. Department Chaplains and volunteers provide many different religious services. An inmate/detainee can request his/her own clergy to visit them. Additionally, outside clergy may request to visit inmates/detainees as long as the outside clergy can provide the proper credentials of a religious affiliation.
Masses and visits are provided with the help of chaplains and volunteers throughout the facility. Multiple denominations and languages are accommodated with services that include but are not limited to: Nation of Islam, Muslim, Jewish, Jehovah’s Witness, Catholic, Christian Science Church, Christian Mission Church, Universal Church, Berea Seventh Day Adventist, Protestant, Refugee Immigration Ministries and Additional practices and religious groups approved for pastoral visits include: New Life Baptist Church, Adonai Bible Center, United Church of Christ, Immanuel Indonesian Lutheran Church, Bethel Baptist Church, Calvary Praise and Worship Center, Boston Chinese Evangelical Church, Peace Assembly Of God, New Life Assembly of God, Christ the King Presbyterian Church and Jubilee Christian Church.