The Post Chapel offers services to all military and dependent personnel.
|A wide variety of religious activities for
those of various faiths are conducted by the
Post Chapel. A schedule of activities is:
0945 Sunday School - age 3 to adult
1100 General Protestant Worship Service
1300 Latter Day Saint's Service
1530 First Sunday of every quarter - Lutheran Communion Service
1830 Protestant Youth of the Chapel (Jr. and Sr. High)
1930 Evening Worship Service
1330 Every 4th Monday of each month, Protestant Women (Place to be announced in Sunday Service Bulletin)
1000 2nd Tuesday of each month, Protestant Women sewing (Place to be announced)
1930 Bible Study in the Post Chapel
1900 Choir Practice in the Post Chapel NOTE:
Once a month either Sunday morning or
Monday night the Protestant Men of the Chapel
have their meeting. This meeting will be
announced in the Sunday Service Bulletin in
Catholic personnel have as their chaplain a Franciscan Father from the city of Asamara.
|Persons wishing an appointment with the
Father may make arrangements through the
Post Chapel Office.
Services are conducted in the regular Post
Chapel and in the Small Chapel located in the
dependent housing area.
0730 Mass & Communion in the Small Chapel
1200-1215 Holy Communion in the Small
0900 Mass, Benediction - Post Chapel
1730 Mass, Benediction - Post Chapel
1530 Legion of Mary - Post Chapel (Teenagers)
1800 Priest in office for consultation
0930 Catechism Classes - grades 1 through 8. Held in the Community Center Tract "A"
1100 Children's Choir Practice - Post Chapel
1430 Classes for pre-schoolers - Post Chapel
1530 Alter boys' practice - Post Chapel
1st Sunday of the month: Rosarian's Day, Communion together during early Mass.
1st Tuesday of the month: Rosarian Alter meeting at 1000 hrs. Place to be announced in Sunday Mass Bulletin.
1st Friday of the month: Mass of the Sacred Heart in the Post Chapel at 1700 hrs. 1745 hours; Holy Name Society Meeting.
2nd Sunday of the month: Holy Name Day. Communion together and other devotions during the early Mass.
|Clothing from drives conducted at Kagnew Station by chapel groups have helped orphans and needy children of northern Ethiopia.|
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Last Updated February 4, 1998 by James Boyce