It is important for you to neutralize the chapel after services because
some people may be offended if they come in and find distinct faith group items visible in the
Army Regulations require that the chapel be returned to a neutral setting following services.
failure to neutralize the chapel might give the impression that one group is being favored
the chapel is a place where people of any faith can come to meditate and pray silently.
In order to neutralize the chapel, you must know the various parts of the chapel. The nave of the
a vestibule leading to the main part of the chapel.
the part of the chapel in which the altar is placed.
the main part of the interior of the chapel.
a room in the chapel where sacred vessels and vestments are kept.
The chapel at Fort Opportunity is designated by the Army as a temporary chapel. This means
that it is
a wooden building with a seating capacity of approximately 250.
a room in one of the operations buildings which has been designated to serve as the
a tent or Quonset hut being used while a permanent chapel is being constructed.
a brick building with a seating capacity of between 250 and 600.