The Protestant community consists of members or followers of any of the Western Christian churches that are separate from the Roman Catholic Church and follow the principles of the Reformation, to include, but is not limited to the Baptist, Presbyterian, Pentecostals, nondenominational and Lutheran churches.

Fort Carson offers many opportunities to participate in Christian services and programs.

Contemporary Worship: Agape Carson

  • 6 p.m. Saturday – Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel

  • As a community that gathers together, our central aim is to make much of Christ and enjoy him. We hope to be authentic, genuine people who live in community and on mission because of who Jesus is and what he did.

Traditional Worship

  • 9 a.m. Sunday — Healer Chapel
  • 11 a.m. Sunday — Provider Chapel
  • The Traditional Protestant Service embraces the longstanding traditions of most mainline denominations (Baptist, Methodist, etc.). Worship is a blend of traditional hymns and modern songs and we offer adult Bible studies, midweek programs and traditional seasonal events.

Gospel Worship

  • 10 a.m. Sunday - Prussman Chapel
  • The Fort Carson Gospel Service at Prussman Chapel is a vibrant and active congregation, with longstanding traditions and long-term members. Our worship is in the “Gospel tradition” and we have a strong sense of community and fellowship. The Gospel Service excels at loving service to the Fort Carson and Colorado Springs communities through annual events such as Thanksgiving Food Baskets and Back-to-School Backpack distribution.

Wednesday Night Family Night

  • 5 p.m. Wednesday – Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel
  • Dinner provided
  • Wednesday Night Family Night offers something for just about everyone: AWANAs for kids, Financial Peace University, Adult Bible Study, youth group Catholic Study, LDS Study, Navigators, etc.

Protestant Women of the Chapel

  • Our combined Protestant women’s ministry meets Tuesdays throughout the school year at Soldiers' Memorial Chapel from 9:30 a.m. to noon. The four primary aims of PWOC are to lead women to Christ, to teach women God’s word, to develop women’s spiritual gifts, and to involve women in chapel ministries. This religious education for women includes a selection of Bible studies, as well as fellowship times and service opportunities. We also offer religious education for children who accompany their mothers to PWOC. Come join this amazing group of women who are “Rooted in the Love of Christ.” Visit us on Facebook at

Latter-Day Saints: Fort Carson Military Branch

  • 1 p.m. Sunday
  • 325 Putnam Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80911-3574
  • 719-393-2065

Protestant Marriage Requirements and Process

  1. Contact your unit chaplain.
  2. If applicable, check your denomination for their requirements
  3. Contact must be made 6 months in advance
  4. Each chaplain sets the pre-marriage counseling requirements.


Whether it is adult or baby baptisms, requirements and processes vary by chaplain and denomination. Please contact your unit chaplain or a chaplain at the chapel service you attend for assistance.