Mission

The U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden Chaplain's office provides religious support to Soldiers, authorized civilians and their families across the community. It advises the commander and staff on religious support operations: accommodation of religious practices in accordance with Title X requirements; religious factors that impact operations; ethical leadership, values, and morals; and morale as affected by religion.

Chapel Worship Service Schedule

Catholic Mass

Sundays at 0900 (Hainerberg Chapel)

Tuesday and Wednesdays at 1130 (Clay Chapel) / Confession available at 1100.

Thursdays at 1200 (Hainerberg Chapel) / Confession available at 1100

Our Catholic Community here in Wiesbaden is united to the Holy Catholic Church worldwide. We fall under the jurisdiction of the Archdiocese for the Military Services (AMS).

Our mission… is the mission of the whole Church: to help bring people into a meaningful and profound relationship with God through the Sacraments, Religious Education, various Devotions, and Fellowship. We strive to make our Liturgies both lively and relevant to this Military Community.

POC: CH (MAJ) Frantisek Halka, frantisek.halka.mil@army.mil

POC: Michele Puehler, michele_puehler@hotmail.com

My Father's House at Hainerberg Chapel

Sundays at 11 a.m.

On Easter Sunday of 2021 we blended the congregations of theGospel service and ChapelNext to form this new service for even greater unityand diversity in the Body of Christ. We are an active and livelyProtestant congregation of mixed ranks and ethnicities. We worship bypreaching the Bible as God’s Word about Jesus as our Savior and King. Wepraise God through upbeat music with our band and choir. And we seek tolive our faith in Jesus in our community. We especially emphasize equipping andencouraged volunteers in their God-given gifts to serve Jesus.

Our Chaplains and volunteers seek ways to disciple otherfollowers of Jesus to extend the teaching, passion, and living of the Gospelbeyond the walls of the chapel. So we actively support Bible studygroups, women’s auxiliaries, fellowship meals, practical service to thehurting, and more for God’s glory.

POCs:

  • CH (MAJ) Johnnie Elder, johnnie.w.elder.mil@army.mil
  • CH (MAJ) Jason Byers, Jason.a.byers.mil@army.mil
  • CH (MAJ) Neil Huenefeld, neil.d.huenefeld.mil@army.mil

The Traditional Protestant Service at Clay Chapel

Sundays at 11 a.m.

We are a community founded on the 5 principles of theProtestant Reformation:

  • Sola Scriptura: Scripture alone directs our faith & obedience;
  • Solus Christus: Salvation comes only in Christ;
  • Sola Gratia: Salvation is by God’s grace alone;
  • Sola Fide: Salvation comes by faith alone;
  • Soli Deo Gloria: Everything is to be done for His glory alone.

Scriptural preaching and weekly Communion are our centralacts of worship. Congregational prayer, singing, creedal confession, giving andfellowship complete our service.

POC: CH (LTC) Keith Andrews

keith.j.andrews.mil@army.mil

Additional Religious Support

An Islamic Prayer Room is available in Clay chapel during the duty day.

Health or Force Protection may require virtual support or restrictions for larger gatherings of Religious Education and other ministries. Email POCs for updates.

Cadence Hospitality House

christian.stephenson@cadence.org

Catholic Women of the Chapel

wiesbadencwoc@gmail.com

Catholic Youth of the Chapel

wiesbadencatholicyouth@gmail.com

Club Beyond Youth Ministries

lwells@clubbeyond.org

Protestant Women of the Chapel

infowiesbadenpwoc@gmail.com

Thrive! & Wednesday Night Alive!

katherine.d.mcmath-dorman.civ@army.mil