WHAT . . . TO PUBLICIZE
All UMT Office Activities: Each public activity of each day
at each chapel can be publicized as well as UMT sponsored activities
held elsewhere. "The Big Picture" will be illustrated by publicizing
a week of activities in a major command religious program.
A Special Activity: One unit's religious activities may be
This may be weekly Religious Education classes or an
Easter Sunrise service, etc. It may be a special weekend retreat or
a congregational pot luck meal.
A distinctive faith group: Faith group promotion for
Protestant and Catholic occurs during the familiar seasons of Lent,
Easter and Christmas.
High Holy Days provide annual highlights for
members of the Jewish Faith.
WHERE . . . TO PUBLICIZE
The chapel: B.B., posters, bulletins
Army Community Service (ACS)
Newcomer mailing list
Individual unit bulletin boards
Recreation center, O 'Club, NCO club
Bulletin boards of Dependent schools
Unit newcomer orientations
Newspapers, radio and TV
Civilian pastors and churches
Chamber of Commerce
Community public schools
Community music art drama instruction
WHO . . . TO PUBLICIZE
THE CHAPLAIN: A man or woman with a familiar title, but an often
misunderstood job description.
Training, motivation, skills, and
mission, all make the chaplain a valuable resource to the military
Yet, by many indications the chaplain is a resource in
need of some good "P.R."