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Religious worship, programs, educational opportunities and pastoral care are available at RSO facilities on all principal Army installations in Hawaii.

Families arriving in Hawaii are invited to attend the many Protestant, Catholic, denominational and ethnic services held weekly at Aliamanu Military Reservation (AMR), Fort DeRussy, Fort Shafter, Helemano Military Reservation (HMR), the Schofield Barracks (SB) Main Post Chapel (MPC), SB’s Soldiers Chapel and Wheeler Army Airfield (WAAF).

Religious education opportunities are available for children, youth and adults. Vacation Bible School (VBS) is offered each summer at Schofield Barracks for residents in the north and at AMR for residents in the south. Family Life chaplain services are available in the SB MPC facility.

For more information or for an up-to-date schedule of services, call the U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii Religious Support Office, Building 790, Schofield Barracks at 808-655-9196. For the on-call duty chaplain (after-hours emergencies), call the staff duty at 808-656-3272 and ask for the duty chaplain. You may also check the website at www.garrison.hawaii.army.mil.

Religious Education Offices

SB MPC 808-655-9198
AMR 808-833-4319
SB MPC Chapel 808-655-9307
SB Soldiers Chapel 808-655-9307
WAAF Chapel 808-655-9307
AMR Chapel 808-833-6831
Fort DeRussy 808-833-6831
HMR Chapel 808-655-9307
Tripler Chapel 808-433-5727
Family Life Chaplain SB MPC 808-655-9355

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