I was in prison and You came to Me.

Matthew 25:36


If the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.

John 8:36



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I am the Lord, I have called you in righteousness, and will hold your hand and watch over you and I will appoint you as a covenant to the people, as a light to the Nations, to open blind eyes, to bring out prisoners from the prison, and those who dwell in darkness from the prison house

 Isaiah 42:6-7


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Mission Statement

Bridge Prison Ministry is a faith-base charitable organization that serves inmates preparing to transition from incarceration to successful restoration into the community, family and reconciliation to God.  


Our vision is to see the ex-prisoner establish a firm foundation with Jesus Christ and live a transformed life as he/she becomes a productive member of society.

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Bridge Prison Ministry has been operational since 2007.  Impacting the lives of men and woman inside prison walls and for the returning citizens transitioning from incarceration into society.

Pete and Sandy Quinonez are the Founders and Directors of Bridge Prison Ministry at Victory Worship Center in Tucson Arizona.  They are Leaders at ASPC-Tucson. Coordinate and Facilitate Pre-Release Reentry/Mentoring Programs at the Arizona State Prison.  Founders and Leaders of the Community Reentry Team, a network that includes nine churches and expanding in the greater Tucson, Arizona region.  They train and equip churches on how to become a bridge church for ex-prisoners transitioning from incarceration into society.      Pete and Sandy are dedicated in decreasing the revolving door of recidivism.

Bridge Prison Ministry is geared towards the prisoners, ex-prisoners and their families.

What We Do:

Bridge Prison Ministry is taking the gospel of Jesus Christ inside the prison walls and impacting the lives of men and woman in miraculous ways.

Offers support and guidance to men and woman who are transitioning from incarceration into the community.  This is accomplished by providing resources for housing, employment, job skills training, mentors, letter writing, food, clothing, care package, prayer, and support groups for men and woman in transition and for the families of the incarcerated.

BPM volunteers minister at the Federal Bureau of Prison, Arizona State Prison Complex and Pima County Jail in Tucson, AZ.  

Pre-Release Programs:

  • In-Prison Ministry
  • Video Stream Church Services
  • Pre-Release Reentry
  • Mentoring
  • One-to-One Visitations

Post Release Programs:

  • Meet Me At The Gate
  • Aftercare Mentoring
  • Letter Writing
  • Securing & Maintaining Employment 
  • Community Reentry Teams
  • Families of The Incarcerated
  • Overcomers Group
  • Angel Tree


With the release of over 6,000 offenders nationally last year and the projected release of even more in the coming years, now is the time for this ministry to expand to meet the needs of this growing re-entry population.  We  ask that you prayerfully consider supporting the ministry with a financial gift to Bridge Prison Ministry at www.bridgeprisonministryaz.org.


There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up.

Federal Cholla Woman’s Ministry
Federal Correctional Institution
Federal Men’s Ministry
Federal Correctional Institution
Bridge Church Training
8:30 am - 3:00 pm


The Gospel is having a rippling effect. When the Lord changes an inmate's life, a positive impact is also made on his family and society.