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Worship Services

 

 

Roman Catholic Program

(Foothills Chapel – Base Housing)

Religious Education (During School Year): Sunday at 0900 - 1000

Daily Mass:  Monday, Wednesday, & Friday at 1130

Sunday Mass: 1030

E-tithing for Catholic Parish

https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=9b9013

 

Protestant Christian Worship

(Foothills Chapel - Base Housing)

Sundays at 0900

E-tithing for Protestant Parish

https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=0b1835

 

Spiritual Mindfulness Yoga

(Valley Chapel – Main base)

Mondays: 1545 – 1645 

 

Foothills Chapel is in the family housing area at

15001 Camp Beale Highway

Beale AFB, CA. 95903

Foothills Chapel is the primary chapel for Catholic and Protestant Christian programming.

 

Valley Chapel is located at main base

6199 C St. main base

Beale AFB, CA. 95903

Valley Chapel is the primary chapel used for 9 RW/HC Community Care programs.

The Senior Religious Support Team is located at Valley Chapel.

 

For information for Jewish, Orthodox, Muslim, Buddhist, or any other faith needs, please call the Chapel office at (530)634-4705

 

CHAPEL RESOURCES

Facility Request – Please fill our and sign the Facility Request Form then email to 9rw.hc@us.af.mil


Invocation Request –Please fill out and sign the Invocation Request Form then email to 9rw.hc@us.af.mil

Contact Information

Valley Chapel - Main Base

(530)634-4705

 

Foothills Chapel – Base Housing

(530)634-4700/1

 

Beale Command Post (Emergency): (530)634-5700

(Please ask for the Duty Chaplain)

 

When problems arise for individuals and/or families, the Chapel staff stands ready to help. The Chaplain Corps offers 100% privileged communication during counseling services.

 

The on-call duty Chaplain can be reached 24/7/365 by calling Beale Command Post (530)634-5700

 

To sign up for 9 RW/HC programs/retreats or for more information please email

9rw.hc@us.af.mil

Religious Support Teams (RSTs)

The Air Force Chaplain Corps is a highly diversified, multicultural and multidenominational community focused on the free exercise of religion for Airmen, their families, and other authorized personnel.  Our ranks include officers, enlisted and civilian personnel working at the tactical, operational and strategic levels.

 

Religious Support Teams (RSTs) consist of a Chaplain and a Religious Affairs Airman who focus on caring for warriors and their families.

 

When you know someone in need of help, your referral to the Chaplain for a friend in need shows you care. The Religious Support Teams (RSTs) are assigned to Groups, with offices embedded in different locations throughout Beale AFB.  Although they are assigned to groups, you are welcome to seek whom you wish. 

Contractors / Auxiliary Clergy / Joint Chaplains

Fr. Michael F. Kiernan

Catholic Priest

 

Paulette Comeaux-Padua

Catholic Coordinator/RE

 

Sarah Landry

Protestant Coordinator

 

Heather Kendall

CTOF Account Manager

TFTN Teams

9 MSG/HC

 

MSgt Jere Ross

Religious Affairs Superintendent

9th Missions Support Group

 

9 MXG/HC

 

Ch. Capt Jeremy D. Caskey

Group Chaplain

9th Maintenance Group In Support of

Task Force True North/9 MXG

 

MSgt Kevin L. King

Religious Affairs Superintendent 

9th Maintenance Group In Support of

Task Force True North/9 MXG

TFI Team

548TH ISRG/HC

 

Ch. Capt Valdon Steve Jensen

Group Chaplain

548th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group

 

SSgt Ra’Shad D. Patrick

NCOIC, Religious Affairs

548th Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance Group

940TH ARW/HC

Ch. Maj Jason J. Bredeson

Wing Chaplain

940 RW –Reserve

 

MSgt Jamie L Mahaffey

Superintendent, Chapel Operations

940 RW –Reserve

195 ANG/HC

 

Lt Col Michael R. Beyer

Wing Chaplain

195 WG –Guard

Capt Christopher D. Flesoras

Group Chaplain

195 WG –Guard

SSgt Richard C. Huerta

NCOIC, Chapel Operations

195 WG-Guard

 

Chaplain Corps Team 9 RW/HC

Ch. Maj Christopher D. Underwood

Wing Chaplain

9th Reconnaissance Wing/9 CPTS/WSA

530-443-3126

Ch. Maj Mario Rosario

Deputy Wing Chaplain

9th Reconnaissance Wing

530-434-8582

Ch. Capt Patrick Bracken

Chaplain

9th Reconnaissance Wing / 427 RS

530-329-6087

Ch. Capt Daniel Jones

Chaplain

9th Reconnaissance Wing/ 99 RS

530-329-5589

TSgt Maryssa N Maffeo

NCOIC, Compliance Management

9th Reconnaissance Wing/9 CPTS/WSA

530-441-9017

TSgt Lewis T. Christopher

NCOIC, Program Management

9th Reconnaissance Wing

530-599-0350

SSgt Tiffany Hawkins

NCOIC, Readiness Management

9th Reconnaissance Wing/9 OG

530-300-7870

TSgt Sara S. Kenny

IMA Reserve Chaplain, NCOIC, Chapel Operations

9th Reconnaissance Wing

Cindy S. Benavente

Chaplain Corps Program Assistant

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