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Where The Spirit Of The Lord Is, There Is Freedom.
2 Corinthians 3:17

The Calvary Chapel Jail/Prison/Bridge Ministry is an Outreach to men and women incarcerated or recently released from jail or prison. The scriptures place a major emphasis on setting the captives free, and instruct us to remember those in prison. We remember by visiting, mentoring, distributing books and bibles through the County Jail library, lead various Bibles studies and worship, serve communion and baptize, and in general teach the good news of forgiveness and salvation to thousands who have never heard that Jesus loves them.

In the Bridge ministry we partner with Prison Fellowship in mentoring and empowering people to transition back into their family, church, community and work after incarceration. We are always in need of prayer and more volunteers with a heart to serve people during some of the biggest trials of their lives. Please keep our team in prayer that we will make a difference in the lives of people and in our community, to the glory of God.


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Bridge Home Donations

Bridge Home
The BridgeHome has volunteer and donation opportunities.

Share meals with 10 families. Be an Assistant Supervisor/Resident Life Coordinator. Celebrate Recovery as a Study Leader.

Make Donation checks out to CHRISTIAN PRISON MINISTRIES or donate at our website and print a receipt for your records.

Interested? Visit Bridge Home’s website


Prison Ministry
Opportunities to Serve
  • Bible Studies
  • Seminars
  • Chapel Services
  • Prison Fellowship Seminars

Each ministry has specific requirements. Please contact us via email to find out how to become involved in any of these ministries.

Jail Ministry
Opportunities to Serve
  • Faith-Based Library
  • Bible Studies
  • Chapel Services
Bridge Home Ministry

The Bridge Home for men provides practical help and spiritual direction in a supportive home environment for men who have demonstrated a desire to follow the Lord Jesus and begin a new life, both spiritually and practically outside prison walls.