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Lesson One: Set Up a Garrison Chapel for a Catholic Mass
Part A: Identify the Ecclesiastical Equipment Used for a Catholic Mass
Summary - Ch0816b0009
Figure 1-1. Position of the U.S. Flag and Christian Chapel Flag in the Chapel.
Figure 1-2. Altar and Credence Table Prepared for Catholic Mass.
Prepare the Credence Table.
Prepare the Credence Table-cont.
Figure 1-3. Chalice Assembly for Catholic Mass.
Prepare the Entrance Area (Narthex).
Figure 1-4. Vestment Worn by a Catholic Priest.
Summary. - Ch0816b0017
Lesson One: Practice Exercise
Lesson One Practice Exercise: Answer Key and Feedback
Lesson Two: Set up a Gaarrison Chapel for a Collective Protestant Service
Introduction - Ch0816b0024
Figure 2-1. Position of U.S. Flag and Christian Chapel Flag in the Chapel.
Prepare the Altar, Pulpit, and Lectern-cont.
Figure 2-2. Altar Prepared for Collective Protestant Worship Service.
Part B: Inspect Altar From the Perspective of the Congregation
Part C: Select Vestment Used for a Collective Protestant Service
Figure 2-3. Vestments Worn by a Protestant Chaplain.
Lesson Two Practice Exercise - Ch0816b0031
Lesson Two Practice Exercise-cont.
Lesson Two Practice Exercise: Answer Key and Feedback
Lesson Three: Set Up a Garrison Chapel for a Collective Protestant Communion Service
Individual Cup Method
Part A: Prepare the Altar for an Individual Cup Communion
Figure 3-1. Altar Prepared for Individual Cup Communion Service.
Figure 3-2. Preparation of Individual Cup Communion Set--Cup Tray and Bread Trays
Part B: Set Up a Garrison Chapel For Common Cup Communion Services
Figure 3-3. Altar and Credence Table Prepared for Common Cup Communion Service
Figure 3-4. Chalice Assembly for Common Cup Communion Service.
Part C: Set Up a Garrison Chapel for Intinction Cup Communion Services
Figure 3-5. Altar Prepared for Intinction Cup Communion Service.
Figure 3-6. Chalice Assembly for Intinction Cup Communion Service.
Summary. - Ch0816b0046
Checklist for Individual Cup Method
Checklist for Common Cup Method
Checklist for Intinction Cup Method
Lesson Three: Practice Exercise
Figure. Preparation for Communion Service.
Lesson Three Practice Exercise: Answer Key and Feedback
Lesson Four: Return a Garrison Chapel to a Neutral Setting
Figure 4-1. Military Chapels.
Part A: Identify the Areas of A Garrison Chapel
Part B: Identify the Ways in Which a Garrison Chapel is Used
Part C: Identify How to Neutralize a Garrison Chapel's Worship Area After Services
Summary - Ch0816b0058
Checklist for Preparing the Chapel in Neutral Setting
Lesson Four: Practice Exercise
Lesson Four: Practice Exercise-cont.
Lesson Four Practice Exercise: Answer Key and Feedback
Physical Set-Up for Religious Services in Garrison 1
Figure 1. The ecclesiastical equipment
Preparing the chapel for a collective Protestant service
Preparing the chancel area for a collective protestant service
Prepare the nave for the worship service
Preparing for an individual cup communion service
Preparing the altar for a common cup communion service
Chaplain assistant assigned to Fort Opportunity
To neutralize the chapel after services
Figure 3: Schematic Drawing
Physical Setup for Religious Services in Garrison 1
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