Events

November 29, 2012

Fort Huachuca Main Post Chapel December religious services schedule

Seasonal Lights Ceremony – Dec. 6, 6 p.m., Main Post Chapel

This event is Fort Huachuca’s official kick-off for the season. The commander and an Army Family flip the switch to light the tree, the candles and the star on a distant hill. The 62nd Army Band plays seasonal music as Santa makes his entrance and is available to hear children’s Christmas requests. Hot apple cider, hot chocolate and seasonal cookies will be available. The entire community is welcome.

Catholic services and activities

Dec. 2 Regularly scheduled masses (1st Sunday of Advent)

Dec. 4 Advent Communal Penance Service, 7 p.m., Main Post Chapel

Dec. 8 Holy Day, Immaculate Conception Mass, 10 a.m., Main Post Chapel

Dec. 9 Regularly scheduled masses (2nd Sunday of Advent)

Dec. 16 Regularly scheduled mass at Main Post Chapel** (3rd Sunday of Advent)

Dec. 23 Regularly scheduled mass at Main Post Chapel** (4th Sunday of Advent)

Dec. 24 Christmas Eve Mass, 7 p.m., Main Post Chapel

Dec. 25 Christmas Day Mass, 10 a.m., Main Post Chapel

Dec. 30 Regularly scheduled mass at Main Post Chapel**

Jan. 1 Holy Day, Mary Mother of God Mass, 10 a.m., Main Post Chapel

** Prosser Chapel services suspended on these dates

Protestant services and activities

Nov. 25 Regularly scheduled worship services

Dec. 2 Regularly scheduled worship services (1st Sunday in Advent)

Dec. 9 Regularly scheduled worship services (2d Sunday in Advent)

Dec. 16 Regularly scheduled worship services (3rd Sunday in Advent)

Dec. 23 Regularly scheduled worship services (4th Sunday in Advent)

Note: Prosser Chapel will not have Sunday services on Dec. 23 and 30

Dec. 24 Christmas Eve Candlelight Service, 7 p.m., Main Post Chapel

Dec. 30 Regularly scheduled worship services

Jewish Services

Dec. 7 Post Hanukkah service and pot luck, 7 p.m., Main Post Chapel

Dec. 14, 21, 28 Regularly scheduled Jewish services, , Main Post Chapel

Islamic Services

Dec. 7, 14, 21, 28 Regularly scheduled Juma Prayer, 12:15 p.m., Main Post Chapel




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