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Religious Services

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The Presidio of Monterey and the Naval Postgraduate School offer a diversified program of religious opportunities to include worship, religious education and special ministries.

RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES

Activities include: religious worship, religious education, chaplain support activities, pastoral care, and counseling for active-duty military personnel and their families, retirees and authorized civilians.

RELIGIOUS SERVICES

Services provided include: worship services, religious services, special Holy Day services and activities, baptisms, weddings, invocations, counseling, funerals and a prayer room for Muslims.

Chaplain Offices

Ord Military Community Chapel

Chaplain’s Office, Building 4280
4280 General Jim Moore Blvd.
Telephone 831-242-7620/7622

Presidio of Monterey Chapel

Building 325
Chaplain’s Office, Building 324
Telephone 831-242-5281/5233

229th Military Intelligence Battalion Chaplains’ Offices

Telephone 831-242-5155/4671

The 229th Military Intelligence Battalion Chaplains’ offices are on the presidio in the company areas.

Air Force Chaplain’s Office

Telephone 831-242-5875
The Air Force Chaplain’s Office is on the presidio, Building 627.

Naval Postgraduate School Chaplain’s Office

Herrmann Hall 831-656-2241

www.monterey.army.mil/Religious_Support/chaplain_main.html
www.nps.edu/web/command-religious-program

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