Welcome

Mission

The USAG Fort Gregg-Adams Religious Support Office will (1) provide exciting, dynamic, life changing, and God glorifying worship to meet spiritual needs of the Fort Gregg-Adams population, and, for the protection of and execution of constitutionally mandated Free Exercise of Religion for all people of all faith groups. Additionally, the RSO will (2) provide advisement to all levels of command for all matters pertaining to religion and morality. Finally, the RSO will (3) provide comprehensive religious education ensuring the Fort Gregg-Adams military population has all the necessary means to grow in spiritual wellness.

Vision

A spiritually healthy and spiritually resilient Fort Gregg-Adams population that worships faithfully, fellowships regularly, learns earnestly, and grows always.

The Chapel Communities of Fort Gregg-Adams share the heritage spoken in the words of the Psalmist. Over miles, time, cultures, and widely differing backgrounds, we gather at the Fort Gregg-Adams Chapels to worship, pray, and serve together as the people of God.

"Let me abide in your tent forever, find refuge under the shelter of your wings. For you, O God, have heard my Vows; you have given me the heritage of those who fear your name." Psalm 61:4-5

This website can help us build our community, strengthen our common activities, and contribute positively to the quality of life for Soldiers and Family members. We support the values of the U.S. Army: loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity, and personal courage. God has entrusted to us the care of one another's needs, and to fulfill our responsibilities. We have a unique and precious opportunity at Fort Gregg-Adams to make a profound difference.

Chapels & Services

Memorial Chapel

Memorial Chapel
Bldg. 10600, 1901 Sisisky Blvd
(804) 734-0970

Catholic:
Sunday Catholic Mass: 0900
Wednesday Mass: 1130
Catholic Religious Education: 1015–1115 Sunday
First Friday Mass: 1130
Confession available before and after every Mass

Protestant:
Redeemer Service: 1100
Protestant Sunday School: 0930–1030

Pagan Service:
0900–1000 Weekly, Family Life Center

Liberty Chapel

Liberty Chapel
Bldg. 9100, Clarke Avenue
(804) 734-7322

Protestant Worship
Ignite Worship Service: 0900 Sunday
Gospel Sunday School: 1000 Sunday
Gospel Service: 1100 Sunday

Islamic Service
Jumu'ah Prayer: Weekly, Room 125
1230 (November through March)
1330 (April through October)

Heritage Chapel

Heritage Chapel
Bldg. 2607, Clarke Avenue
(804) 734-3378

Jewish Service:
Friday 1700–2100 Weekly, Heritage Chapel
Saturday 1000–1400 Weekly, Heritage Chapel

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) Service:
Sunday, 0900–1100, Weekly, Heritage Chapel

AIT Alpha Study:
Alpha is an 11-week course that creates a space, where AIT servicemembers have conversation about faith, life and God. This study is designed for AIT students. Snack and curriculum are provided at no cost.

Organizations & Programs

Family Life Ministries

All services provided by the Family Life Chaplain (FLC)are;

- 100% Confidential as the FLC cannot reveal privatematters or conversations to anyone without your freely givenpermission.

- 100% Safe as the FLC will never take sides or placeblame.

- 100% Spiritual as the FLC will never ignore theimportance of Faith as a vital part of every step in the healing process.

Services offered:

- Singles counseling

- Premarital counseling

- Marriage and Family counseling

- Divorce and Separation

- Recovery from Infidelity in a Marriage

- Parent-Child Relationships

- General Coping Skills

- Spiritual and Faith-based counseling

"Deep Change is not only mental, but spiritual aswell. At the Family Life Center we will care for your heart and soul, whilehonoring your own spiritual/faith-based needs as well."

Contact Us: (804) 734-0165, Family Life Center, MemorialChapel, Building 10600

Saint Martin of Tours Catholic Community

LITURGY & SACRAMENTS

Mass Schedule:
Sunday Mass: 0900
Wednesday Mass: 1130
First Friday Mass: 1130

Sacrament of Confession:
Sunday: 0800–0845 & 1000–1030
Tuesday Mass: 1100–1120
First Friday Mass: 1100–1120

Protestant Men of Memorial Chapel

Join us for our monthly prayer breakfast on the third Saturday of the month at Memorial Chapel at 0900. Meeting virtually. For more information, please contact RSO: 734-6494.

Protestant Women of the Chapel

Thursday Morning Bible Study at Liberty Chapel Fellowship room, 9:15–12:00. Watchcare is provided.

Rock Solid Youth Ministry

Celebrate life with military teens, introduce them to the Life-Giver, Jesus Christ, and help them become more like Him.

  • Weekly Youth Group at Memorial Chapel every Monday Night, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
  • All 6th – 12th graders are invited, dinner is provided
  • Contact: (804) 734-0970
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Religious Education

Christian Faith Fellowship (CFF) Midweek Religious Education

Christian Faith Fellowship (CFF) is the Fort Gregg-Adams Midweek Religious Education Program. CFF operates across two semesters: the Fall-Winter Semester from September to December and the Winter/Spring Semester from January to May. Although most classes are held at Memorial Chapel within Fort Gregg-Adams, each semester also includes on and off-post home group studies. For those attending studies at Memorial Chapel, snacks and childcare services are available. Our diverse class offerings include Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University, Catholic Bible Study, Men's and Women's Bible Studies, Books of the Bible Study, Junior & Senior High Study, Children's Study, and more.

To register or for more information, visit the Fort Gregg-Adams Religious Activities Facebook Page or contact the Director of Religious Education at (804) 734-6494.

 

Fort Gregg-Adams Runner’s Camp VBS

What is Runner’s Camp VBS? Runner’s Camp is a one-week (5-day) Christian camp focused on track & field for children ages 6–12. Campers are divided by age and gender and assigned to groups led by an adult age group leader who begins each day with a Gospel-based devotional. After devotion, campers receive instruction in eight-track & field events and also engage in fun games. The week culminates with a track & field meet, allowing campers to compete within their age and gender groups. Parents are warmly invited to attend and support their campers.

Who Can Attend? The camp is open to all children aged 6–12.

Military affiliation is not required; however, parents must secure Installation Access by visiting https://pass.aie.army.mil/

When & Where: The camp runs from Monday, July 29, to Friday, August 2, 2024, daily from 8:00 AM to 12:00 noon, with a special event on Friday, August 4, from 4:00 PM to 8:30 PM at Williams Stadium, 4306 Gregg Ave, Fort Gregg-Adams, VA.

For More Information, contact the Director of Religious Education at 804-734-6494.

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Special Events

Weddings at Fort Gregg-Adams

Weddings are essential Religious Events. They are Sacramental in nature. Chaplains conduct weddings in accordance with their faith group requirements and may utilize military chapels for these religious ceremonies. For more information on using a Fort Gregg-Adams Chapel, please contact the Religious Support Office: (804)-734-6494.

Please visit our Facebook site, Fort Gregg-Adams Religious Activities, for other updates on special events.

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Contact Us

Religious Support Office

Senior Command Chaplain (804) 734-6494
Garrison Chaplain (804) 734-6490
Senior Religious Affairs NCO (804) 734-6494
Resource Manager (804) 765-3024
Funds Manager (804) 734-7322
Director of Religious Education (804) 734-6493
Funds Clerk (804) 734-1037
RSO Front Desk/ Chapel Buildings Coordinator (804) 734-6494
Plans and Operations Chaplain (804) 734-6483

 

Family Life

Family Life Chaplain (804) 734-0165

 

Memorial Chapel

NCOIC (804) 734-1659
Religious Affairs Specialist (804) 734-0232
Catholic Coordinator (804) 734-7371
Youth Outreach Director (804) 734-6493

 

23d QM BDE

23rd QM Bde Chaplain (804) 734-6818
NCOIC, 23rd Bde (804) 734-8419
244th QM BN Chaplain (804) 734-6102
244th, QM BN Religious Affairs Specialist (804) 734-7457
266th QM BN Chaplain (804) 734-6751
266th QM BN Religious Affairs Specialist (804) 734-6848
262nd QM BN Chaplain (804) 734-7160
262nd QM BN Religious Affairs Specialist (804) 734-2997

 

530th QM Bde

530th QM BN Chaplain (804) 734-7414
530th Religious Affairs Specialist (804) 734-7461

 

Liberty Chapel

Chaplain (804) 734-7322
Religious Affairs Specialist (804) 734-7290

 

Sustainment-CDID (AFC)

Chaplain Capabilities Developer/Integrator (804) 734-3401
Religious Affairs NCO (804) 734-3403

 

Army Sustainment University (ASU)

Ethics Instructor (804) 765-0835
ALU Support BN Chaplain (804) 765-8009
Religious Affairs Specialist (804) 765-8012

 

ORDNANCE

59th Ord Bde Chaplain (804) 765-9912
NCOIC 59th Ord Bde  (804) 765-9911
16th Ord BN Chaplain (804) 765-9295
16th Ord Religious Affairs Specialist (804) 765-9293
 832nd BN Chaplain (804) 734-8304
 832nd Ord BN Religious Affairs Specialist (804) 734-8786

 

Veterans/Military Crisis Line

CONUS access is available to Service members, veterans, and their families.

  • Call: 988 and press 1
  • Visit: https://www.veteranscrisisline.net/
  • Chat: Text with a Crisis Line responder- Send a text message to 838255 or through (VeteransCrisisLine.net/Chat).

The 988 Lifeline is a national network of local crisis centers. The 988 Lifeline provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in the United States. If callers are unable to reach the crisis support through phone dialing, the chat service is available online in all locations with an internet connection.

988 Suicide and Crisis Line (Anyone in the United States):

  • Call: 988 or 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
  • For Text Telephone (TTY) users: Use your preferred relay service or dial 711 then 988
  • Visit: https://988lifeline.org/
  • Chat: Text with a Crisis Line responder- Send a text message to 838255

Support is also available for relationship, family, or financial challenges. To access non­crisis support (e.g., relationship, family, or financial challenges). Service members and their immediate family can connect with:

  • Military OneSource for free and confidential counseling 24/7 (CONUS: 800-342-9647; OCONUS: 800-342-9647 or 703-253-7599; or visit https://www.militaryonesource.mil)
  • TRICARE (https://www.tricare.mil or for OCONUS - https://www.tricare-overseas.com) can also connect DoD beneficiaries of the Military Health System to mental health and counseling services
  • Additionally, if you are a DoD civilian employee, DoD Employee Assistant Program provides resources, information, and confidential help 24/7 at 866-580-9046 (TTY: 711)
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