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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
  • You don't know what you don't know about the U.S. Army Chaplain Corps August 17, 2016
    I am choosing to write about some of the lesser-known aspects of the chaplain corps, things that seasoned chaplains and religious affairs specialists (chaplain assistants) are intimately familiar with, but seem to escape the knowledge and experience of the Soldiers we work with on a daily basis.
  • Katterbach Chapel celebrates anniversary of Army Chaplain Corps August 11, 2016
    As the United States Army this year celebrated the 241st anniversary of the Chaplain Corps, USAG Ansbach community members gathered at the Katterbach Chapel for a lunch time ceremony today to commemorate the occasion.
  • Army chaplains celebrate 241 years of service August 4, 2016
    The United States Army Chaplain Corps celebrated 241 years of service to the nation's Soldiers and families during ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery and a fellowship luncheon at Memorial Chapel on the Fort Myer portion of Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall July 29.
  • Chaplaincy: A duty of mercy August 4, 2016
    Editor's Note: This is part 2 of a 2-part series highlighting local chaplains on occasion of the 241st anniversary of the U.S. Army Chaplain Corps. Part 1 was published in the July 21 edition of the Pentagram.
  • Battle Buddy Resource Center helps 'Feds Feed Families' August 3, 2016
    Fort Benning's Battle Buddy Resource Center opened its doors in Oct. 2013. Since then, its mission has been to help those in need. The Battle Buddy Resource Center is a nonprofit organization equipped with a food and hygiene products pantry. It's the only one of its kind, said Amy Mason, the director.
  • Chaplain's Corner: From Roman Cavalry to Christian Soldier August 3, 2016
    Recently celebrating the 241st Anniversary of the founding of the Chaplain Corps on 29 July, the life and work of a Roman soldier who could be considered a precursor to today's Army chaplains, presents an interesting discussion topic. Martin of Tours was born about A.D. 316. His father commanded a Roman Legion, so Martin was reared as an army brat.
  • Chaplaincy: A sacred and called duty July 21, 2016
    Editor's Note: This is part one of a two-part series highlighting local chaplains on occasion of the 241st anniversary of the U.S. Army Chaplain Corps.
  • Fort Leonard Wood chaplains celebrate birthday July 14, 2016
    Friday was a day of celebration for Fort Leonard Wood chaplains, their assistants and members of the religious community, as they gathered to commemorate the 241st anniversary of the chaplaincy at Daugherty Bowling Center.
  • Soldiers, civilians meet to pray for nation July 14, 2016
    About 90 community leaders, Soldiers and civilians gathered July 11 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Frontier Chapel here to pray for the nation.
  • ASC NCO of the Year pushes through pain at AMC Best Warrior Competition July 13, 2016
    Sgt. Henrique "Mag" Magalhaes, chaplain's assistant, U.S. Army Sustainment Command, competed in U.S. Army Materiel Command's Best Warrior Competition, Camp Atterbury, July 7 - 9.

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