Tuesday, 29 July 2014 12:47
Interfaith Airport Chaplaincy
Atlanta International Airport
The Interfaith Airport Chapel provides a sanctuary
in the world's busiest airport
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Chaplain - Rev. Dr. Chester R. Cook
Chaplain George Allen listens to and encourages our US soldiers
Chaplains Conduct Honor Guard Ceremony
The Airport Chaplains provide chaplain support for the returning soldier's remains, families and the military escorting personnel accompanying the soldiers home to their final burial.
Rev. Dr. Chester R. Cook
The Interfaith Airport Chapel is open to passengers, visitors, airport employees, and airline employees of all faiths for prayer and meditation. Chaplaincy services are available throughout the week to assist the traveling public and airport employees with their spiritual needs. Services of Christian worship are held each Sunday at 11:00 a.m. and at other times during the week.
(Click Logo) Chaplain - Rev. Mr. Don Kelsey
Currently there are Catholic deacons serving at the airport. These deacons are there in a ministry of service to employees and guests of the airport. They conduct Communion Services, participate in honor guards for receiving remains of fallen soldiers, set up areas for travelers to have a Mass for their group, assist in crises events and being a presence to employees and travelers.