Nearly completed chapel cheers chaplain, community
In this photo, Chaplain (Col.) Raymond A. Robinson, Jr., the USFK command chaplain, tours the new, nearly completed chapel #1 at Camp Humphreys. One critical aspect of any military installation is a space that allows for service members to exercise their freedom of religion. For a military city, greater numbers and diversity demand more than just a single space. The first of four new chapels is slated to be put into use by mid-2016. Until around 2014, U.S. Army Garrison-Humphreys personnel exercised their freedom of religion using one small chapel (the Freedom Chapel) and a small worship space in the 501st Military Intelligence area, said Robinson. Since the Freedom Chapel was demolished, the chaplains have been holding services in the Humphreys high school through a facility usage agreement with the Department of Defense Education Activity.

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