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Welcome to the Army’s Chaplain Services Center

The Call of the US Army Chaplain Corps

The purpose of this website is to provide you a variety of ways to better define and strengthen your personal values.  This site complements the Comprehensive Soldier Fitness (CSF) website by providing the chaplain resources applicable to what CSF calls “Spiritual Fitness.”  Resources are provided here that include monotheistic, polytheistic, pantheistic, and nontheitic resources.This site is not intended to promote any particular religious preference or to promote theistic over nontheistic perspectives.  This is also not an instruction course on world religions or a hub for religious conversion.  Chaplains help service members in a variety of ways, but selecting a core belief system is an individual effort and chaplains are careful not to show bias.

To avoid bias, the listed resources are limited to current chaplain endorsing agencies and general internet references on Beliefnet, About, and  For religions and philosophies not represented in the chaplaincy, current lay leader endorsers and prospective endorsers may be referenced.  For additional information, like youth groups, study groups, or faith-based counseling, contact your local chaplain or the endorsing agencies.

The overarching goal is quickly connect individuals with spiritual or naturalistic personal values they already have.  Soldiers, families, and civilians are invited to review the links above to connect with their theistic or nontheistic beliefs as well as non-sectarian support and general interest items.

US Army Chaplaincy News
  • Chaplain brings 'wild hope' to Soldiers July 23, 2015
    Chaplain (Maj.) George Wallace doesn't always reach Soldiers through traditional sermons, prayers or group discussions. Sometimes, a simple little nudge will do.
  • Mount Everest comes to JBM-HH July 23, 2015
    Children attending Vacation Bible School on Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall had the chance to experience Mount Everest July 13-17, and they didn't have to leave the continental United States to do it.
  • Chaplain "Grants" Civilians Marriage Enrichment Program July 20, 2015
    If you're in the Army or work for the government, you're probably familiar with the Strong Bonds program, where military personnel spend a weekend with their spouse in a group setting meeting with the chaplain about topics to grow their marriage. If you're a civilian, you might be jealous of that opportunity. But don't be. At Army Contrac […]
  • Chapel builds international bonds July 6, 2015
    Australian and American service members have gathered at St. Christopher's Chapel in Nerimbera, Australia, to celebrate the chapel's 60-year commemoration, July 5, 2015.
  • Pentagon celebrates Iftar, honors service of Muslims July 2, 2015
    The Pentagon Chaplain's Office hosted an Iftar observance, July 1, to celebrate diversity and strength while honoring the service of Muslims to the nation.
  • Soldiers honor Korean War chaplain, POWs June 25, 2015
    Over 40 Soldiers from forts Sill and Riley completed a 60-mile memorial march June 5-7, across Kansas in honor of Korean War POWs and Chaplain (Capt.) Emil Kapaun.
  • ATEC Family learns to 'bounce back' at spiritual resilience retreat June 22, 2015
    NORTH EAST, Md. (June 19, 2015) -- The U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command's Chaplain Office hosted its Spiritual Resiliency Retreat for the workforce, June 5-7, at Sandy Cove Ministries in North East, Maryland.
  • HRC builds resiliency among its workforce June 19, 2015
    Army Human Resources Command has established a Ready and Resilient Campaign also known as R2C to support its Soldiers, civilians, contractors and family members to work in conjunction with the Army campaign.
  • 4th MEB chaplain showcases skills on deadly island June 9, 2015
    FORT LEONARD WOOD, Missouri -- A white cross memorial juts from the rugged terrain as a group of bowhunters start their trek into the heart of a 7-by-4-mile island surrounded by some of the Caribbean's roughest waters.
  • Floods displace 25 Fort Sill families living off post June 4, 2015
    Twenty-five Fort Sill families were flooded out of their off-post residences.

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