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We are the “frontline” of the Jesus Movement

The Living Paradox – 11 February 2017

“You will be at times finding yourself in one modern day Babylon after another, ‘singing the Lord’s song in a strange land (Psalm 137:4).’ You will be a living paradox: commissioned officers who do not bear arms; lovers of peace who minister to those who prepare for and engage in war; ministers to warriors, inmates and veterans and – lest we forget – their families…”

–The Revd. Dr. Harold T. Lewis, Rector, Calvary Church Pittsburgh – Retired;
and Staff Officer for The Episcopal Church Office of Black Ministries, 1982-1994

Episcopal Church of the Nativity Pastor Chad McCabe is not only committed to his church community in Northborough, but continues his ministry as a chaplain in the Massachusetts Army National Guard.
At 58, Captain David Thames, a senior chaplain in the U.S. Navy, has seen and done more than most people do in their entire lives.
Chaplain Andrea Baker serves in the Army Reserves alongside Zak, the service dog, connecting with troops in her healing ministry.
Chaplain Paul Minor serves as co-rector with his wife in a parish and as a chaplain with his National Guard unit.
Priests in the Armed Forces, Veteran’s Hospitals, and with the Federal Bureau of Prisons minister daily to God’s people in thrilling locations and in demanding situations…
We are Episcopal Priests…

following Jesus into loving, liberating, and life-giving relationship with God alongside the military and veterans.
Chaplain Martha Kester serves as a rector of a parish and as a chaplain with her National Guard unit.

Naval Special Warfare Center Chaplain Lt. Cmdr. Paul Rodgers prays with a student during an individualized Easter service at NSW Center in Coronado, CA. Rodgers performed 32 of these services so students could focus on their faith and spiritual health while following CDC guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The Rt. Rev. Carl Walter Wright

Bishop Suffragan for the Armed Forces and Federal Ministries