RE Connect is an intentional community building program that focuses on resilience, and readiness through spiritual development. The program provides an opportunity for participants to “re-connect” to their faith/spirituality for a short time and “disconnect” from the distractions that create barriers to their faith on a daily basis. In an inter-faith setting the 3 goals of this ministry includes: Faith Formation; Relationship Building; and Leadership Development. Christian based Religious Education classes (Catholic and Protestant), meet during the school year on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, typically September thru May. Childcare for ages 4 and under is provided, and religious education classes are provided for school aged children and teens. Volunteers welcome, as well as new class ideas that encompass all faith groups.
CRE (Catholic Religious Education) and RCIA:
Is a required religious education and sacramental preparation programs for the Catholic community. At Fort Sill, the Catholic Community engages in Family Faith Formation. These classes meet through May 17, 2017, and include ages pre-K through adult. For information and registration, contact the Catholic religious education coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Classes and location may vary. To register, volunteer, or express ideas for possible classes please contact:
Director of Religious Education: Cynthia Cline (580) 442-1875 or by email email@example.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration - - Please call at 580-442-1875 or email email@example.com
Schedule - - The schedule of classes may change. New faith group classes may be added. Contact the director of religious education, 580-442-1875, to request a class..
Cost - - No charge for child care, meals, registration or materials. Funding is primarily from chapel offerings.
Child Care - -Child Care is provided through CYS.
Volunteers Needed - - Teachers and small group leaders are needed. Contact the religious education director for more information at 580-442-1875 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
Maker Fun Factory: Created by God, Built for a Purpose!
Vacation Bible School 2017
June 19 thru June 23 at Frontier Chapel Center
This year's Fort Sill Vacation Bible School sponsored by the Religious Support Office offers the opportunity for children from all faith groups to worship, play, serve others and pray together in an atmosphere of fun. Children grades pre-kindergarten through fifth are eligible to participate, and children sixth grade and older are welcome to attend and help out with the younger children as group leaders. This year's theme is Maker Fun Factory: Created by God, Built for a Purpose. It teaches children how God created them to be unique, how much He loves them, and how they are created for a purpose! Parents can drop their children off at 0830 and must pick them up by 1145 each day. Registration began online March 1st! Volunteers will also be able to register online. We are looking for volunteers to assist in the planning NOW! Call 442-1875 for more information. Register participants and volunteers at: https://vbspro.events/p/fortsillvbs
Check out the VBS promo at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPb9YGqjzDw
Volunteering with the installation religious support program is an act of worship, with opportunities as varied as the number of faith groups, activities and events that conduct worship, religious education, youth programs and service projects.
Volunteering in a religious support program begins when you speak with someone about serving the congregation or auxiliary you want to support. The chaplain or program director will tell you about openings and training requirements. After speaking with the chaplain, you may want to complete the "Volunteer Agreement" (DD Form 2793) and send it to the Religious Education Office, Frontier Chapel, Room 174, 4121 Thomas Street, Fort Sill, OK 73503, or email it to email@example.com.
All volunteers in Army programs now track their own hours online after registering on the volunteer section of www.myarmyonesource.com. For more information, contact the Fort Sill Army Volunteer Corps office at 442-4682, or visit the web site at http://www.sillmwr.com/soldier-family-programs-2/army-volunteer-corps/.
Volunteer hours can be tracked online or on DA Form 4713, Volunteer Daily Time Record. Some volunteers must complete documents and training before beginning their service, such as those who regularly work with minor children, routinely handle money, or give 10 or more hours per week. This does not include volunteers who occasionally count the offering or help with refreshments,
DOCUMENTATION FOR REPORTABLE VOLUNTEERS
Some volunteers must complete documents and training before beginning their service, such as those who regularly work with minor children, routinely handle money, or give 10 or more hours per week. This does not include volunteers who occasionally count the offering or help with refreshments, cookouts and potlucks. Contact the activity leader or the religious education office if you have a question