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Fort Carson offers diversified worship services and religious activities including workshops, religious education for all ages and special ministries. Programs are designed to meet the special needs of Soldiers and the military Family. Services on post include Roman Catholic Masses, Protestant services (Traditional, Contemporary, and Gospel/Holiness), Eastern Orthodox Divine Liturgy and Wiccan gatherings. There is also a Native American Sweat Lodge, using traditional Lakota spiritual ceremonies. An LDS Scripture Study (LDS Institute) is also offered.

Chaplain activities are coordinated through the Religious Support Office, located in building 1118, Garrison Headquarters. For more information, call 526-5279.

RELIGIOUS SERVICES

CATHOLIC

Saturday Mass
Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel 5 p.m.

Sunday Mass
Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel 9 a.m.
Evans Army Community Hospital 11 a.m.

PROTESTANT

Traditional Worship
Healer Chapel 9 a.m.
Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel 11 a.m.

Contemporary Worship (Chapel NeXt)
Veterans Chapel 10 a.m.

Gospel
Prussman Chapel 11 a.m.

EASTERN ORTHODOX

Provider Chapel 10 a.m. first and third Sundays

JEWISH SERVICES

AFA Jewish Chapel, 719-333-4515

ISLAMIC SERVICES

Contact the Colorado Springs Islamic Society at 719-632-3364

COLORADO WARRIORS SWEAT LODGE

Meets bi-monthly at Turkey Creek Ranch, 719-285-5240

POST CHAPELS

Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel 526-5229
Prussman Chapel 526-0483
Provider Chapel 526-2359
Veterans Chapel 526-8889
Healer Chapel 526-7386

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