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It is a great honor to serve as the Chaplain for Base Elizabeth City and Sector North Carolina. At Base Elizabeth City, we have a beautiful chapel called Wings of Faith Aviation Memorial Chapel. It was dedicated along with the memorial wall outside to be a continual tribute to those who have given their lives in service to our nation while serving in Coast Guard Aviation.
I invite you to join us on Sunday morning for worship, at one of our education programs or just to stop by for a quiet place for prayer, meditation or reflection. We have many religious books and resources also for your enrichment. I pray God’s rich blessing on you as you serve our nation with honor, respect and devotion to duty.John Mabus LT, CHC, USN Chaplain- USCG Base Elizabeth City and Sector North Carolina
Wings of Faith is an interdenominational Christian chapel serving primarily active and retired military personal, and their families. Civilian personnel are encouraged to also attend. We welcome all people who wish to worship with us regardless of religious background. I invite you to join us on Sunday morning for worship or just stop by for a quiet place for prayer, meditation or reflection.
From the front gate, take the first road on the left. The parking lot to the chapel is immediately after this road makes a 90 degree bend. Wings of Faith Chapel and Stephen C. Pugh Memorial Clinic share a parking lot.
Every Sunday- 1000: Christian Worship Service Join us on Sunday mornings as we gather to worship God through singing, reading and hearing from the words of Scripture, praying, celebrating the Lord’s Supper, and sharing resources for the needs of others. Children’s Church provided during Sermon. Potluck Lunch is usually held on the third Sunday of each month.
Tuesdays, 1000-1130: Military Wives Fellowship Come join other military wives in conversation and mutual encouragement. There will be a time for Bible discussion, prayer and fellowship. Starting in February the discussion will be focusing on the study called the Best Yes: Making Wise Decisions in the Midst of Endless Demands by Lysa TerKeurst. Childcare is provided (please note need with sign up).
Please contact Elisa Mabus- email@example.com for more information or to sign up.
Tuesdays, 1145-1215: ALC Lunch Time Bible Study ALC Bldg 75 SRR Conference Room. Come join this Bible discussion group as we study the Book of Hebrews through March. Bring your lunch and join the fellowship.
Thursdays, 0615-0645: Men’s Bible Discussion & Prayer This is an opportunity to read through the Bible, fellowship and pray together for Spiritual growth.
3rd Sunday of the Month, 1730-1830: Barracks Bible Study Fellowship ATTC Students are invited to gather for a time of encouragement, Bible discussion, fellowship and prayer.
SafeTalk: Suicide Alertness Workshop: 5th February: 0900-1200
Exploring Adoption Workshop: 14 March
Parenting Seminar Series: April - Thursday Evenings
Marriage Enrichment Day: 16th May 0900-1500
Date Night Challenge: Friday February 13th (6-8pm) @Evangelical Methodist Church: FLYER
It is a great joy to visit all of the Sector North Carolina commands throughout the state to provide chaplain support. When I visit, I look foward to getting to know each crew, understanding their mission and know how I can be of service to them and their families.
Religious Resources: At each Sector command, I hope to provide needed religious resources like Scriptures, devotional books, and other religious books. If there are specific needs that you want, please contact the Chaplain.
Lay Leaders Program: Commands can appoint authorized personnel as lay leaders on the basis of volunteerism, high moral character, motiviation, religious interest, and certification by the appointee's religious organization.