The USAG Fort Lee Religious Support Office will (1) provide exciting, dynamic, life changing, and God glorifying worship to meet spiritual needs of the Fort Lee 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 Lee military population has all the necessary means to grow in spiritual wellness.


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

The Chapel Communities of Fort Lee share the heritage spoken in the words of the Psalmist. Over miles, time, cultures, and widely differing backgrounds, we gather at the Fort Lee 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, intergrity, 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 lee to make a profound difference.

Chapels & Services

Memorial Chapel

Memorial Chapel

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

  • 0900 Catholic Mass
  • Catholic Religious Education: 1015-1115 Sunday
  • 1100 Traditional Protestant Service
  • Protestant Sunday School: 0945-1045 Sunday

Heritage Chapel

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

  • Hispanic Bilingual Worship Service: 1100 Sunday

Liberty Chapel

Liberty Chapel

Bldg. 9100, C Avenue
(804) 734-7322

  • 909 Contemporary Protestant: 0909 Sunday
  • Gospel Sunday School: 1000 Sunday
  • Gospel Service: 1100 Sunday

Ordnance Resiliency Center

Ordnance Resiliency Center

Bldg 18027
(804) 765-9911

  • "Reload" Christian Service: 1000 Sunday

Rigger Building

Rigger Building
Building 6015
(804) 479-0912

  • Church of Jesus Christ Latter-Day Saints (LDS):0830-1100 Sunday

Quartermaster Wylie Hall

Wylie Hall

  • (804) 734-6818
  • Resupply Christian Worship Service 0900 Sunday

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 Parish Catholic Community

The USAG-Lee Catholic Community, also referred to as Saint Martin of Tours Catholic Community, welcomes all Active Duty Service Members, Government Employees, Veterans, Retirees, Reservists, National Guard, and all corresponding dependents to celebrate Mass and attend all Catholic programming. In addition to Catholic Mass and Sacraments, our community offers Religious Education, Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, Catholic Women of the Chapel, Knights of Columbus, pastoral counseling, bible studies, retreats, and homebound ministry.

All Catholic programming is regularly held at Memorial Chapel at 1901 Sisisky Boulevard, Fort Lee, VA 23801.


Mass Schedule:

Sunday Mass:0900

Sunday Low Mass: 1030

Wednesday Mass: 1130

Sacrament of Confession:

Sunday:0800 – 0845 & 1000 – 1020

Wednesday:1100 – 1120

Baptism Preparation Class:

For those who wish to receive the Sacrament of Baptism, please email cccstmartins@gmail.com. Baptism Preparation Classes are held the 1stSunday at 1200 and the Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated at any Sunday Mass.

Sacrament of Matrimony:

Couples must contact the Catholic Community Coordinator or the Catholic Priest at least six months prior to the desired wedding date to receive the required marriage counseling.

Anointing of the Sick or Viaticum(Last Rites):

Please contact the Chaplain on Duty, who will contact the Catholic Priest.


Catholic Religious Education:

Classes for Kindergarten through Confirmation meet on scheduled Sundays from 1015 –1130.

RCIA meet son scheduled Sundays from 1400 – 1530.

Catholic Women of the Chapel(CWOC):

The CWOC serves as a visible presence of Christ in military communities by fostering and nourishing women in spirituality, leadership and service. Inspired by the Holy Spirit and Our Lady of Good Counsel, the CWOC is a vital enhancement of the religious support mission of military chapels.

The CWOC hosts the First Sunday Rosary at 0830, Catholic Night Out on the 2ndThursdays of the month and meets for Sacred Saturdays once a month. Please email cwocfortlee@gmail.com for a complete calendar of events.

Knights of Columbus Council 14511,Fr. Jan Konicek:

The Knights of Columbus is an international fraternal service organization that welcome sall practical Catholic men to grow with us through our “Faith in Action” programs while serving the Church and community needs. Learn more at www.kofc.org or contact Jon Rivera at ackers2525@gmail.com for local information.

The KofC Council 14511 meets at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Petersburg, VA on the 2ndMonday of each month at 1800 hours.

Homebound Ministry: We care for the spiritual fitness of our community members who are unable to attend Mass due to illness or confinement to the home. We bring the Sacraments to them. In non-emergency situations, please contact the Catholic Community Coordinator at cccstmartins@gmail.comwhen you or your loved one needs to receive the Anointing of the Sick or Holy Communion at home.

Volunteer Opportunities:

The Saint Martin of Tours Catholic Community welcomes volunteers on a regular basis in the following ministries: Lector, Usher, Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion (EMHC), Religious Education Catechists, Altar Servers, Hospitality, Choir, and the Catholic Women of the Chapel. Your time, talent and faith are greatly appreciated.

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 - 11:30 a.m. Due to COVID-19, childcare is temporarily not provided.

Catholic Women of the Chapel

CWOC Bible Study every Wednesday at Memorial Chapel: 1000-1130. CWOC also meets the 1st Friday of month at Memorial Chapel, from 0930-1200. Due to COVID-19, childcare is temporarily not 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

Other Worship Opportunities

Islamic Prayer on Friday

  • Liberty Chapel, Room 117:1215 Friday
  • Contact at (804) 734-7290

Jewish POC

  • 1930 Fri and 1000 Sat
  • Bri'th Achim in Petersburg
  • Contact at (804) 732-3968

Religious Education

Dinner and Discipleship (Wednesday Night Religious Education)

The family dinner table provides one of the greatest opportunities to disciple, train, and encourage the family. With this in mind, we have designed Dinner & Discipleship to reach the entire family. Every Wednesday night we begin by sharing a meal together as a community. We then divide up into various small group studies. Some of the classes include: Financial Peace University, marriage enrichment, PWOC Study, and Books of the Bible Study, Jr. & Sr. High Study, Children’s Study and more.

  • Dinner begins at 1730, classes begin at 1800 every Wednesday Night at Memorial Chapel.
  • Due to COVID-19, Watchcare is temporarly not available. Children may under 5 may go to class with thier parents. 
  • Contact Director of Religious Education for more info: (804) 734-6483.

Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School (VBS) is held every August at Fort Lee in Memorial Chapel. To register, visit the Fort Lee Religious Activities Facebook Page.

Other Bible Studies

  • Men & Women’s Bible Study at Liberty Chapel: 1830-2000 Monday currenly offered online due to COVID.
  • ALU online study due to COVID : 1145 Wednesday. More info contact 804-765-8009.
  • ALU OCF Bible Study Bldg 12420 Common Area.
  • 23rd QM BDE at Liberty Chapel: 1145-1300 2nd, 3rd & 4th Wednesday.

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

Religious Education

Special Events

Weddings at Fort Lee

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 Lee Chapel, please contact the Religious Support Office: (804)-734-6494.

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

Special Events

Contact Us

Religious Support Office

Senior Command Chaplain (804) 734-6494
Garrison Chaplain (804) 734-6490
Senior Religious Affiars NCO (804 734- 6493
Resource Manager (804) 734-6493
Funds Manager (804) 734-2994
Director of Religious Education (804) 734-6483
Funds Clerk (804) 734-1037
RSO Front Desk/ Chapel Buildings Coordinator (804) 734-6494


Family Life

Family Life Chaplain (804) 734-0165
Family Life Ctr Religious Affairs Specialist (804) 734-1659


Memorial Chapel

Catholic Priest (804) 734-6102
NCOIC (804) 734-1659
Religious Affairs Specialist (804) 734-1037
Catholic Administrative Assistant (804) 734-7371
Youth Outreach Director (804) 734-0970


23d QM BDE

23rd QM Bde Chaplain (804) 734-6814/6897
NCOIC, 23rd Bde (804) 734-6818
244th QM BN Chaplain (804) 734-6102
244th, QM BN Religious Affairs Specialist (804) 734-7457
266th QM BN Chaplain (804) 765-1632
266th QM BN Religious Affairs Specialist (804) 765-1635
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

NCOIC (804) 734-6818
Religious Affairs Specialist (804) 734-7290
Gospel Parish Coordinator (804) 734-7075


Sustainment-CDID (AFC)

Chaplain Capabilities Developer/Integrator (804) 734-0033
Religious Afairs NCO (804) 734-1793


Army Logistics University (ALU)

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



59th Ord Bde Chaplain (804) 765-9912
NCOIC 59th Ord Bde  (804) 765-9911
16th Ord BN Chaplain (804) 765-9291
16th Ord Religious Affairs Specialist (804) 765-9291
 832nd BN Chaplain (804) 734-8304
 832nd Ord BN Religious Affairs Specialist (804) 734-8786
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