Aspire

September 3, 2015
 

Chaplain office supports Rescue mission

Staff Sgt. Carolyn Herrick
943rd Rescue Group Public Affairs

The military as a whole prides itself in promoting a “comprehensive fitness” model of health, and one major component is spiritual health.

With a goal of supporting each individual’s personal faith beliefs, the U.S. Air Force and Reserve chaplain’s corps encourages members to attend services that enhance their spiritual lives.

Ch. (Maj.) Andre Mooney, 943rd Rescue Group chaplain, and his assistant, Master Sgt. Laura Omo, have expanded services here to accommodate as many unit members as possible. Services are now on Sundays at both 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. during the unit training assembly weekends.

Held in the group conference room, this informal round-table discussion is open to anyone of any walk of faith to come and get to know the chaplain and other unit members. Anyone who has spiritual or prayer needs may make their request anonymously or may call the chaplain’s office any time during the UTA at (520) 228-3046.




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