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United States Corps of Chaplains, Clanton, Alabama

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Address: P.O. Box 390
Clanton, Alabama  35046  
United States
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 250
Number of People Being Served: 10000
EIN: 20-1203753
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Mission Statement


Mission: The United States Corps of Chaplains is dedicated to primary missions of providing ministerial support and military honors and assistance to active military members, veterans, and their families while also providing ministerial service to the civilian community and all possible assistance in response to disasters of any type. The United States Corps of Chaplains is also dedicated to defending the Constitution of the United States of America; to upholding and defending the Bill of Rights, seen as unalienable, given by God to free men that they might remain free; to ensure that all citizens, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, physical characteristics, or national origin, shall have the right and opportunity to practice their religion as established and guaranteed by that document which guides this great nation. The focus of the Mission of the United States Corps of Chaplains is sharing the love of Christ to: 1.)Glorify God, 2.)Promote Patriotism, 3.)Honor our Veterans, 4.)Minister to All. Objectives: To have Chaplains and units in every community trained to fulfill the mission and uphold the values of the United States Corps of Chaplains, sharing the love of Christ to Nurture the living, Care for the dying, and Honor the dead. Values: We, at all times, and in every way, seek the protection, wisdom, and leadership of Almighty God, submitting to Him to do His will. We continue to meet the vision of General George Washington by setting the standard for moral and ethical behavior by upholding the values he established for the first official American Chaplaincy which are incapsuled in the acronym "SACRED" -- Spirituality: The bedrock of all faiths, providing meaning and direction in life. Seek to know God and yourself at the deepest level. Accountability: The means to measure how we practice what we preach. Hold yourself and others to the moral and spiritual high ground in every area of life. Compassion: Love in word and deed. The love that sees beyond the surface and discerns our common humanity. Religious Leadership: Model spiritual truths wisely and courageously. Excellence: Do your best for God's glory. The standard for staff work and religious responsibilities. Diversity: Being respectful of different views and ideas that are not like our own.

Mission Statement: Mission: The United States Corps of Chaplains is dedicated to primary missions of providing ministerial support and military honors and assistance to active military members, veterans, and their families while also providing ministerial service to the civilian community and all possible assistance in response to disasters of any type. The United States Corps of Chaplains is also dedicated to defending the Constitution of the United States of America; to upholding and defending the Bill of Rights, seen as unalienable, given by God to free men that they might remain free; to ensure that all citizens, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, physical characteristics, or national origin, shall have the right and opportunity to practice their religion as established and guaranteed by that document which guides this great nation. The focus of the Mission of the United States Corps of Chaplains is sharing the love of Christ to: 1.)Glorify God, 2.)Promote Patriotism, 3.)Honor our Veterans, 4.)Minister to All. Objectives: To have Chaplains and units in every community trained to fulfill the mission and uphold the values of the United States Corps of Chaplains, sharing the love of Christ to Nurture the living, Care for the dying, and Honor the dead. Values: We, at all times, and in every way, seek the protection, wisdom, and leadership of Almighty God, submitting to Him to do His will. We continue to meet the vision of General George Washington by setting the standard for moral and ethical behavior by upholding the values he established for the first official American Chaplaincy which are incapsuled in the acronym "SACRED" -- Spirituality: The bedrock of all faiths, providing meaning and direction in life. Seek to know God and yourself at the deepest level. Accountability: The means to measure how we practice what we preach. Hold yourself and others to the moral and spiritual high ground in every area of life. Compassion: Love in word and deed. The love that sees beyond the surface and discerns our common humanity. Religious Leadership: Model spiritual truths wisely and courageously. Excellence: Do your best for God's glory. The standard for staff work and religious responsibilities. Diversity: Being respectful of different views and ideas that are not like our own.

Organizational Statement of Faith


I believe in God, the Father almighty, creator of heaven and earth. I believe in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord. He was conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary. He suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was buried. He descended to the dead. On the third day he rose again. He ascended into heaven, and is seated at the right hand of the Father. He will come again to judge the living and the dead. I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy Christian church, the fellowship of believers, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the dead, and life everlasting. Amen.


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Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes