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Office Hours
Monday through Friday 0800-1100 and 1300-1600

Office Phone Number

Chapel Staff
Command Chaplain - CDR Kyu "Josh" Lee


Catholic Chaplain   Enlisted Support
LT William Brunner   RP1 Dimitry Givans
Protestant Chaplains   RP1 Mia Green
CDR Kyu "Josh" Lee   HT1 Lydzey Stovall
LT Joseph Buck   RP2 Ismael Cazarez
    RP2 Jeffrey Schadler
Catholic DRE - Lucinda Barazan   HT2 George Polk
Protestant DRE - April Riley    HT3 Esmeralda Prince
Music Director - Nina Terlaje   MM3 Ashley Alfaro
    HT3 Cordell Hancock
    PS3 Empress Henry 

Catholic Services

Sunday Mass - 9 a.m.

Confession - 8:30 a.m.


Protestant Services 

Sunday Service and Children's Ministry - 11 a.m.

Catholic Religious Education

10:15 - 11:15 a.m.

Catholic Daily Mass     
M-W-F 4:30 p.m., Tues. 6:30 a.m.    


Call 671-339-2126 to schedule Baptisms or Marriage

Other Guam Chapel Resources

Naval Hospital Guam 344-9127Andersen Air Force Base 366-6139

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Religious Activities

Over the span of three centuries, Spanish culture became dominant on Guam. The Spanish ships stopped in Guam each year between Mexico and Manila. In 1668, the great galleons brought the Jesuits to Guam. In short order, the Roman Catholic Church became the focal point of activities as the missionaries converted islanders to Christianity while teaching them to clothe their bodies, cultivate crops and husband animals in addition to introducing new methods of cooking and building.Today, most of Guam's population attends and strictly observes the protocols of the Catholic Church. Every village has a patron saint whose feast day is celebrated with a mass followed by a great fiesta of food, song and dance. Additionally, family groups hold christening parties to mark the beginning of a baby's life in the church. Fandango parties are held the evening before a wedding, and anniversary novenas commemorate the death of a loved one. All of these celebrations include lengthy religious services sometimes lasting for days, but always ending with a fiesta filled with food, drink and good will.There are some 20 Protestant denominations represented on the island as well, which include independent and non-denominational groups. The local papers carry complete listings of all local churches.  


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