Religious services for Naval Support Activity Annapolis are hosted by the Chaplain Center team at the U.S. Naval Academy.
Currently, the Academy is celebrating the Naval Academy Chapel Centennial Renaissance. The Renaissance is a four year time period of remembrance and celebration reflecting the historic first hundred years of the current Naval Academy Chapel. This is also a time for looking to the future by refocusing the chapel community toward renewal and expansion throughout the twenty-first century. The Chapel Centennial Renaissance brackets itself between the centennial dates of the setting of the original cornerstone in 1904 and its original dedication on May 28, 1908.
The historic Chapel at the center of the Yard – and its landmark dome – are symbolic of the vital role that moral and spiritual guidance plays in the development of Midshipmen into naval officers.
The daily work of delivering religious ministry at the Academy is accomplished by a dedicated team of experienced active-duty Navy chaplains, Religious Program Specialists, civilian employees, and volunteers.
While our ministry is focused on the Brigade of Midshipmen, they welcome guests and visitors to our public services. For a list of public services, visit here.
The Naval Academy Chapel – are open for visitors most weekdays, except when the Chapel is being used for weddings, funerals and memorial services, and other special events.