Hill AFB, UT - Chaplain75 ABW/HC
5711 E AVENUE
Hill AFB UT 84056-5203
Commercial: (801) 777-2106
FAX: (801) 777-0278
Christ Prince of Peace Catholic Community
Please view our parish website at: www.hillcatholicchapel.org
Sunday Morning, 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Evening, 5 p.m. - Life Teen
Monday -Wednesday, 12 p.m.
Holy Days, 12 & 5 p.m.
CCD Elementary: Phone: 801-777-8000.
Office hours - Monday and Wednesday from 4-6 p.m.
RCIA & Adult RE: Phone: 801-777-8000
Office hours - Tuesday evenings from 6-8 p.m.
Youth Ministry: Phone: 801-777-8000.
Office hours - Thursday evenings from 6-8 p.m.
Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA:
National Conference of Catholic Bishops-United States Catholic Conference:
Vatican the Holy See:
CHAPEL FACILITY OFFICE
For the most part, chapel facilities are used for chapel activities such as worship services, chapel sponsored lay volunteer programs, Sunday School, CCD, Youth Groups, weddings, funerals, and memorial services. Other organizations also use chapel facilities.
Examples of other organizations that use the facilities are Youth Karate, Cub & Girl Scouts, Officer's Christian Fellowship, Mom and Tots, Hispanic Heritage Group, Spouses Groups, AA, Retirement Ceremonies and even Commander's Calls, just to name a few. But remember chapel sponsored activities take precedence over non-chapel sponsored activities. Your activity could get bumped due to unforeseen circumstances so always have a backup plan or another facility that you can fall back on just in case. If you're wondering what non-chapel sponsored activities are, some examples were previously given.
So if you've run out of places to go and desperately need somewhere to have your function held, you might want to try the chapel. One thing to remember, most activities that are held in the chapel facilities are official government functions, not private functions and last but not least, there is NO alcohol allowed at all in chapel facilities.
Chapel Facility Use Request: http://www.hill.af.mil/shared/media/document/AFD-070516-023.doc
To inquire about scheduling one of the two facilities, call the chapel secretary at (801) 777-2106.
Stephen Ministry is a one-to-one distinctively Christian Caring ministry. A Stephen Minister walks beside someone as he/she goes through a difficult time in life. The Stephen Ministry Program focuses on God as the cure-giver.
For more information about becoming part of the Stephen Ministry team, or to get help call (801) 777-0951 or (801) 586-2952.
What is Stephen Ministry?
Stephen Ministry is a system through which members of the Hill Air Force Base Chapel Community are trained and organized to help provide Christian caregiving to members of our congregation and community. This will multiply the amount of caring ministry the Hill Air Force Base Chapel Community can provide by giving us a whole team of skilled caregivers who are equipped to bring Christ's healing love to people who are grieving, in crisis, or experiencing other stresses in life.
How does Stephen Ministry Work?
When someone requests a Stephen Minister, our Stephen Ministry Referrals Coordinator, will meet with that person, explain what Stephen Ministry is, and help determine whether Stephen Ministry is the kind of care that person needs. Our Referrals Coordinator then matches that person with one of our available Stephen Ministers. The Stephen Minister will then call that person and begin meeting with him or her for around an hour each week as long as the need is there. Everything a care receiver says to his or her Stephen Minister is kept confidential. The Stephen Minister does not try to solve problems; rather, he or she listens, cares, prays, and helps the care receiver find his or her path to healing and wholeness.
Why Stephen Ministry?
We have many needs for care in our congregations and community: people experiencing divorce, grief, a terminal illness, loss of job, relocation, an empty nest, retirement, hospitalization, loneliness, and many other stresses or challenges. Often people with needs suffer silently or do not request or receive the level of care they really need. With only one pastor for a congregation of approximately 25-200 members, you can quickly see why it would be impossible for a pastor to meet every single need of every single person. Stephen Ministry expands the care that the Hill Air Force Base Chapel Community can offer by equipping and organizing members to provide Christian care. This gives us a larger pool of people with the gifts, skills, and calling to bring Christ's love and care to those who most need it.
Who are Stephen Ministers?
Stephen Ministers are members of Hill Air Force Base Chapel Community who have gone through 50 hours of training in providing high-quality Christian care to individuals experiencing crisis or challenge such as divorce, grief, loss of job, hospitalization, relocation, or loneliness. Stephen Ministers are each assigned a care receiver and meet with that care receiver for about an hour a week.
Are Stephen Ministers Counselors?
Stephen Ministers are not counselors; they are trained lay givers. Their role is to listen and care--not to give advice or counsel.
Can I trust a Stephen Minister?
Trust is essential to a caring relationship, and Stephen Ministers are people you can trust. Confidentiality is one of the most important principles of Stephen Ministry, and what a care receiver tells his or her Stephen Minister is kept in strictest confidence.
For more information about becoming part of the Stephen Ministry team, or to get help call (801) 586-2952.
Hill AFB is part of the Clearfield Utah Stake.
Ward boundaries in base housing are divided by 6th street.
- North of 6th St - Clearfield, 5th Ward (Stake Center, 935 S State, Clearfield) Chapel: 774-2004
- South of 6th St - Clearfield, 9th Ward (838 E 600 S, Clearfield)
Meetings are not held at the base chapel due to the numerous meetings held locally.
For a list of various local churches and their contact information, please visit: http://www.hill.af.mil/library/factsheets/factsheet.asp?id=6099.
11 a.m. - Service of Christian Worship
1 p.m. - Inspirational
Protestant Sunday School and Education: Protestant Religious Education is held September-May. We have classes for all ages -- infants through high school. Adult Bible classes are available as well. These classes meet in the chapel annex. For more information, contact the Religious Education Coordinator.
Easter Party and Egg Hunt: The Easter Party/Egg Hunt is held the day before Easter for children ages 2-2nd grade.
Vacation Bible School : Vacation Bible School is held in June for children Preschool-6th Grade.
The Awana club for preschoolers is built on two premises:
B7 Young children can and should receive spiritual training.
B7 Home is the primary place for spiritual training.
Our preschool program meets these needs through ...
Fun - and lots of it!
Awana is fun with a purpose - to reach and train kids for Jesus Christ. Games, puppets, crafts, awards and other activities transform our preschool program into a lively weekly experience where fun and learning go hand in hand.
The Awana club for children in kindergarten through second grade builds on the material taught in our preschool club. The aim of the curriculum is to take youngsters a step deeper into God's Word while giving unsaved boys and girls regular opportunities to hear the gospel and come to faith in Jesus Christ. After being immersed in solid foundational teaching at the preschool level, boys and girls frequently come to an understanding of their need to trust Christ as their personal Savior while in Sparks.
The Sparks program is firmly grounded in Scripture. The three handbooks feature:
* Basic truths about God, Jesus Christ, salvation and the Bible
* An increased emphasis on Scripture memory over our preschool materials. In three years, a child will learn and review 68 verses, many of which cover salvation and key Christian doctrine
* Clear and consistent presentation of the gospel message
Fun learning = results
Sparks club meetings combine learning with fun to create an atmosphere of irresistible excitement for churched and unchurched kids alike. Club meetings are divided into three segments:
* Bible teaching, worship, award presentations and the gospel message
* Small group interaction and completion of Bible-based lessons
* Age-appropriate games on the Awana game circle
Along the way, Sparky, the friendly firefly, encourages boys and girls to learn verses and complete assignments throughout the three handbooks
Truth & Training (T&T)
The name Truth & Training reflects the passion of Awana to teach third- through sixth-grade boys and girls the truth of God's Word and to train them to follow Christ in their daily lives. Our goal is that many of today's young people will become tomorrow's church leaders. T&T is the program that trains the leaders of tomorrow -- today.
Exciting features to get kids excited about God's Word
T&T is equipped with a variety of dynamic tools to accomplish this mission:
*Four handbooks of increasing difficulty which teach children that life's ultimate adventure is a personal relationship with Jesus Christ
*A cast of fun characters that boys and girls learn from and follow on interesting journeys in the handbooks
*Weekly meetings that expose children to the gospel message, Scripture memory, Bible study, awards, team-oriented games and gut-busting fun
*A Bible-centered curriculum that helps kids build a firm foundation for their faith, hide God's Word in their heart and apply the truths of Scripture to their daily lives
*Interactive CDs that use exciting high-tech games to teach and reinforce key biblical truths
Evangelism and discipleship go hand in hand in our third- through sixth-grade program. By the time a child has completed T&T, he will have:
*Learned and reviewed approximately 310 verses
*Studied dozens of passages from the Old and New Testament
*Regularly heard and read the gospel message
*Discovered the Bible's response to questions like "How does God want me to live my life?" and memorized verses to back up these answers
*Completed missions projects that help him see the world through God's eyes.
For information on using the chapel for a wedding, please visit: http://www.hill.af.mil/library/factsheets/factsheet.asp?id=6101