NS Everett Community

Chapel

The Chaplain’s Office at Naval Station Everett is your link to the normal associations and habits you have had over your lifetime. Located in Building 2000 on Naval Station Everett, chapel programs provide you with a chance to expand your horizons, to achieve social and practical goals, and to feel like you are making a difference. Chapel programs are not just church but are designed to provide the best developmental, educational and spiritual growth opportunities around. Their goal is to make this tour your best ever — giving structure to what you want and need.

The chapel programs provide you with great stuff. They are upbeat, alive, developmental and often pretty funny. They have an active faith community that celebrates at the chapel, located at the Navy Support Complex, and a regular series of midweek options available to everyone.

Naval Station Everett chaplains, religious program specialists and other contracted support staff stand ready to assist you in the development of your religious and spiritual life. The current worship schedule is:

Smokey Point Chapel at the Naval Support Complex

Saturday: Catholic Service 5 to 6 p.m.
Sunday: Protestant Bible Study 10 a.m.
Protestant Service 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Naval Station Everett

Bldg. 2029
First Wednesday of the month:
Christian Fellowship and Bible Study 11 a.m.

The Howlett Chapel, Building 2028, Room 120
Friday: Catholic Mass 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Retreats and workshops posted at CREDO Northwest Facebook page at  https://www.facebook.com/CREDO.Northwest?fref=ts.

For additional information about any of the programs or other faith group activities in the Greater Everett area, please call 425-304-3342.

NS Everett Chapel

 

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