The Fort McCoy Garrison Religious Support Office (RSO) mission is to assist commanders in ensuring the free exercise of religion for all personnel at Fort McCoy, by nurturing the living, caring for the wounded, and honoring the fallen. Our vision is to see Soldiers, Civilians and their Families inspired to love God deeply, serve others intentionally, and nurture each other fully at Fort McCoy and within their local communities.

The Religious Support Office delivers many opportunities for people to connect with God and others while offering ways to explore and grow their faith.

RSO Mission

Assist commanders in ensuring the free exercise of religion for all personnel at Fort McCoy, integrating Fort McCoy Unit Ministry Teams to provide robust and diverse religious support to personnel and families.

RSO Vision

Seeing Soldiers, Civilians and their Families inspired to love God deeply, serve others intentionally, and nurture each other fully at Fort McCoy and within their local communities.

Chaplain Corps Principles

Nurture the Living – Care for the Wounded – Honor the Fallen

Roman Catholic Worship Schedule

Chapel 10, Building 1759. Mass at 9:15 a.m. Sunday. Fellowship starts at 9:30 a.m. and follows until 11 a.m. at the Religious Support Office (RSO), Building 2675. Call 608-388-3528.

Protestant Worship Schedule

Chapel 1, Building 2672. Service at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Fellowship precedes the service at 9:30 a.m. and ends at 11 a.m. at the RSO, Building 2675. Call 608-388-3528.

Religious Education

The Religious Support Office builds community and provides opportunities for Fort McCoy personnel and families to experience growth in their faith, support in the midst of change, and opportunities to meet new people. Current weekly events include Protestant Women of the Chapel (PWOC) at noon Wednesdays at the RSO. A religious education library is available to all at the RSO.


Pastoral Counseling

The Garrison Chaplain is available for pastoral care andcounseling to assist the Fort McCoy personnel and Family members with lifestressors and to refer them as needed to ongoing professional care.