Events

July 5, 2012

National Training Center Chapel Activities – July 5, 2012

WORSHIP SERVICES

SERVICE 

CHAPEL 

DAY

TIME 

 Catholic Mass

Center — Bldg 315

Sunday

9 a.m.

 Contemporary Protestant

Center — Bldg 315

Sunday

11 a.m.

 Multi-cultural Gospel

Center — Bldg 315

Sunday

1 p.m.

 Traditional/ Liturgical  Protestant

Blackhorse — Bldg 211

Sunday

10 a.m.

 Latter Day Saints

Blackhorse — Bldg 211

Sunday

1 p.m.

 Catholic Daily Mass

Center — Bldg 315

Wednesday & Thursday

11:45 a.m.

 Islamic Prayer

Annex — Bldg 317

Friday

12:30 p.m.

 Earth Based

Annex — Bldg 317

Thursday

4 p.m.

 Jewish Service

Center — Bldg 315

Holy Days

Call
(760) 380-3562

 

RECURRING CHAPEL ACTIVITIES

ACTIVITY

CHAPEL 

DAY

TIME 

 Protestant Women of the Chapel

Center — Bldg 315

Tuesday

9 a.m./ 6 p.m.

 MOPS

Center — Bldg 315

1st, 3rd Wednesday

9 a.m.

 AWANA

Center — Bldg 315

Wednesday

4 p.m.

 Military Council of Catholic Women

Center — Bldg 315

Thursday

9 a.m.

 Youth Group

Annex — Bldg 317

Thursday

6:30 p.m.

 Operation Helping Hand

Center — Bldg 315

Food Pantry as needed

 

  • Vacation Bible School: July 23-27, Center Chapel.  Register to volunteer at the Fort Irwin home page: www.irwin.army.mil
  • Combined Protestant Worship: July 1, 8, and 15, Center Chapel, 11 a.m. to noon
  • Regular service schedule resumes on July 22
  • Latter Day Saints time changes to noon on July 29

 

CHAPLAIN OFFICES

Installation – (760) 380-3562/3440

11th ACR – (760) 380-4913

OPS Group – (760) 380-6048




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