Naval Station Mayport Chapel

Naval Station Mayport Chapel 350 Massey Avenue, Mayport, FL 32228
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SCHEDULE OF WORSHIP SERVICES

PROTESTANT

Sunday:
10:30 Protestant Worship Service
(1st and 3rd Sunday Holy Communion)


Thursday:(1st & 3rd) (Sep - May)
09:30 Mothers of Pre-Schoolers

Saturday:
09:00 Protestant Women of the Chapel (2nd Saturday) 0900 Protestant Men of the Chapel ( 3rd Saturday)

ROMAN CATHOLIC

Sunday:
09:00 Mass

Wed-Thurs:
11:30 Roman Catholic Mass
Confessions upon request


Thursday:(1st & 3rd) (Sep - May)
09:30 Mothers of Pre-Schoolers

For information on other worship opportunites and for resources and referrals to other religious groups and faith based organizations please contact the Chapel Staff at (904)270-5212.

04/06/2023

ATTN: We are keeping an eye on the weather for Easter Sunday. If there is inclement weather the Sunrise Service will be held in the main chapel at 0700. Please continue to watch the page for any updates. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Respectfully,
Naval Station Mayport Chapel Staff

08/02/2021

As a precaution the Chapel will be conducting temperature checks and will be requiring masks for ALL Vaccinated and Non-Vaccinated personnel. In regards to Request usage of the Chapel, Please contact the Chapel for further guidelines.

Thank you for your understanding, Stay Safe!

Very Respectfully,
Chapel Staff

Enjoy the Military Parents Day out Event at the Christ's Church River City Campus on Saturday, July 31 from 3pm-5pm.
07/19/2021

Enjoy the Military Parents Day out Event at the Christ's Church River City Campus on Saturday, July 31 from 3pm-5pm.

FBC JB VBS- Registration
06/09/2021

FBC JB VBS- Registration

iRelate June 8th!
05/26/2021

iRelate June 8th!

Protestant Bulletin
04/29/2021

Protestant Bulletin

Catholic Bulletin
04/29/2021

Catholic Bulletin

04/21/2021

Ramanavmi - Hindu celebration of the birth of Lord Rama, hero of the religious epic poem, The Ramayana. The day involves telling of stories and going to the temple.

Sunday the 31st Protestant bulletin.
01/29/2021

Sunday the 31st Protestant bulletin.

Sunday the 31st Catholic Bulletin.
01/29/2021

Sunday the 31st Catholic Bulletin.

01/28/2021

Today's religious holiday is ***Tu BiShavat * - Jewish***

Ref: Jewish celebration of the coming of spring by preparation of foods native to Israel. It is also known as "New Year for Trees" - a method for determining the age of trees for tithing purposes.

01/25/2021

Today's religious holiday is ***Conversion of St. Paul - Christian***

Ref: Christian observance of the experience of the Paul when he was confronted by a vision of Jesus while on his way to persecute Christians and became a leading presenter of Jesus. Observed at worship services.

Catholic Sunday the 24th bulletin.
01/22/2021

Catholic Sunday the 24th bulletin.

01/19/2021

Today's religious holiday is ***Timkat - Ethiopoian Christian***

Ref: Ethiopian Orthodox Christian Epiphany celebration of the Baptism of Jesus in the Jordan River.

01/18/2021

Today's religious holiday is ***Week of Prayer for Christian Unity begins - Christian***

Ref: Christian observance with a prayer for the restoration of unity between the churches of the faith.

Protestant Sunday the 17th bulletin.
01/16/2021

Protestant Sunday the 17th bulletin.

Catholic Sunday the 17th bulletin.
01/16/2021

Catholic Sunday the 17th bulletin.

01/13/2021

Today's religious Holiday is Maghi - Sikh***

Ref: Sikh commemoration of a battle in which forty Sikhs died for Guru Gobindh Singh Ji.

Sunday the 10th Catholic Bulletin.
01/08/2021

Sunday the 10th Catholic Bulletin.

Sunday the 10th Protestant Bulletin.
01/08/2021

Sunday the 10th Protestant Bulletin.

Naval Station Mayport Chapel Temporary food pantry.
01/07/2021

Naval Station Mayport Chapel Temporary food pantry.

01/07/2021

Today's religious holiday is Feast of the Nativity ** - Orthodox Christian***

Ref: The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Nativity of Mary, the Marymas or the Birth of the Virgin Mary, refers to a Christian feast day celebrating the birth of Mary, mother of Jesus.

01/06/2021

Epiphany - Christian***

Ref: Christian commemoration of the manifestations of the divine nature of Jesus Christ. The homage of the magi to the infant Jesus is honored by some. For others the Baptism of Jesus is the remembered event. A season of the Christian year from the close of Christmas to the beginning of Lent.

Feast of the Epiphany (Theophany) - Orthodox Christian***

Ref: Orthodox Christian Feast to recall the revelation of the Holy Trinity in the baptism of the Lord.

Dia de los Reyes (Three Kings Day) - Christian***

Ref: Epiphany, also known as Theophany in the east, is a Christian feast day that celebrates the revelation of God incarnate as Jesus Christ. In Western Christianity, the feast commemorates principally the visit of the Magi to the Christ Child, and thus Jesus' physical manifestation to the Gentiles

Nativity of Christ - Armenian Orthodox***

Ref: Armenian Christmas is a culmination of celebrations of events related to the birth and baptism of Christ. The reason for the different date is that until the fourth century, Christ's birth was celebrated by all Christian churches celebrated Christ's birth on January 6th.

01/05/2021

Today's religious holidays are:

Twelfth Night - Christian***

Ref: Christian observance of the close of Christmastide and prelude to Epiphany which begins the next day.

Guru Gobindh Singh birthday - Sikh***
Ref: Sikh honoring of the birth of the founder of the Khalsa who lived from 1469 -1539 c.e.

01/01/2021

The religious holidays of 1st of 2021 are:
Mary, Mother of God - Catholic Christian

Ref: Catholic Christian - a celebration of the mother of Jesus.

Feast Day of St Basil - Orthodox Christian

Ref: Orthodox Christian commemoration of St Basil t the Great, who wrote a Eucharist Liturgy which bears his name.

Shogatsu/Gantan-sai (New Years) - Shinto

Ref: Shinto New Year's Day celebration.

Baptism of the Lord Jesus - Christian

Ref: Christian commemoration of the beginning of the public ministry of Jesus

Sunday the third Protestant bulletin.
01/01/2021

Sunday the third Protestant bulletin.

Sunday the third of January Catholic bulletin.
01/01/2021

Sunday the third of January Catholic bulletin.

12/31/2020

Today's religious holiday is ***Watch Night - Christian***

Ref: Christian occasion to thank God for bringing people safely through another year. Controversial history. Protestant European Christian history dating from 1733 and in the US 1770. Some sources link the observance to the Black Christian celebration of Emancipation in 1862.

12/28/2020

Today's religious holiday is ***Holy Innocents - Christian***

Ref: Christian day of solemn memory of male children killed by King Herod in the attempt to destroy Jesus

12/27/2020

Today's religious holidays are :

Saint John - Apostle and Evangelist - Christian***

Ref: Christian remembrance of the birth of St. John the Evangelist of the early church.
Holy Family - Catholic Christian***

Ref: Catholic Christian celebration of the love between the family of Jesus.

12/27/2020

Today's religious holidays are:

Zarathosht Diso (Death of Prophet Zarathushtra) ** - Zoroastrian**

Ref: The Zoroastrian anniversary of the death of Prophet Zarathushtra.

St Stephen's Day - Christian***
Ref: Christian remembrance of St Stephen, the first Christian martyr.

12/25/2020

Today's religious holidays are:

Christmas * - Christian***

ref: Christian celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. Observed by prayers, exchanging of gifts, and family parties

Feast of the Nativity ** - Orthodox Christian***
ref: Theophany, (from Greek theophaneia, “appearance of God”), manifestation of deity in sensible form. ... The mark of biblical theophanies is the temporariness and suddenness of the appearance of God, which is here not an enduring presence in a certain place or object.

12/24/2020

Today's religious holiday is ***Christmas Eve - Christian***

Ref: Christian celebration of the arrival of Mary and Joseph in Bethlehem for for the birth of Jesus. It is observed with worship, candle lighting, manger scenes and festive meals.

Christmas Morning Bulletin.
12/23/2020

Christmas Morning Bulletin.

Christmas Eve Bulletin.
12/23/2020

Christmas Eve Bulletin.

12/21/2020

Today's religious holiday are:

Yule - Christian
Ref: A Christian celebration of the light dawning in Jesus

Yule - Litha * - Wicca/Pagan Northern and Southern hemispheres
Ref: a Norse pagan celebration of the winter-born king, symbolized by the rebirth of the sun. A present day Wicca event.

Protestant Sunday the 20th Bulletin.
12/19/2020

Protestant Sunday the 20th Bulletin.

Catholic Sunday 20th bulletin.
12/19/2020

Catholic Sunday 20th bulletin.

12/16/2020

This week religious holiday from the 16th- 25th is ***Posadas perpetual (Navidenas) - Hispanic Christian***

Ref: Hispanic Christian feast of The Lodgings commemorating the journey of Mary and Joseph to Bethlehem in preparation for the birth of Jesus.

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Protestant's December the 13th Bulletin.
12/11/2020

Protestant's December the 13th Bulletin.

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Mayport, FL
32227

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Tuesday 7:30am - 4pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 7:30am - 4pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday 9am - 5pm

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As a precaution the Chapel will be conducting temperature checks and will be requiring masks for ALL Vaccinated and Non-Vaccinated personnel. In regards to Request usage of the Chapel, Please contact the Chapel for further guidelines.

Thank you for your understanding, Stay Safe!

Very Respectfully,
Chapel Staff
Enjoy the Military Parents Day out Event at the Christ's Church River City Campus on Saturday, July 31 from 3pm-5pm.
FBC JB VBS- Registration
iRelate June 8th!
Protestant Bulletin
Catholic Bulletin
Ramanavmi - Hindu celebration of the birth of Lord Rama, hero of the religious epic poem, The Ramayana. The day involves telling of stories and going to the temple.
Sunday the 31st Protestant bulletin.
Sunday the 31st Catholic Bulletin.
Today's religious holiday is ***Tu BiShavat * - Jewish***

Ref: Jewish celebration of the coming of spring by preparation of foods native to Israel. It is also known as "New Year for Trees" - a method for determining the age of trees for tithing purposes.
Today's religious holiday is ***Conversion of St. Paul - Christian***

Ref: Christian observance of the experience of the Paul when he was confronted by a vision of Jesus while on his way to persecute Christians and became a leading presenter of Jesus. Observed at worship services.
Catholic Sunday the 24th bulletin.