MCA National Institute and Annual Meeting 2016

The Ethical Challenges of Chaplaincy

October 25 – 27, 2016 Sheraton Pentagon City, 900 S Omre Street, Arlington VASheraton

Schedule
October 25th – MOAA Annual Meeting – 0900 – 1100 Optional MCA Seminars – 1300 – 1700 Awards Banquet 1800 – 2100

October 26th – MCA National Institute – 0800 – 1500 – Three presentations with Q&A Emerson Luncheon – 1200 MCA Annual Meeting – 1530 MCA Memorial Service – 1630

October 27th – 0900 – 1400 Seminar on Chaplaincy – designed for actively serving chaplains – CEUs awarded for attendance

Registration, speakers, and other information coming soon.

National Meetings Informational

Chaplaincy in the News

S.C. Guard Chaplain inspires service members during Eager Lion 16
Shown are U.S. Army 1st Lt. Jessica Donnelly, 108th Public Affairs Det. commander, and Sgt. Brian Calhoun, 108th PAD photojournalist, who worked in the Higher Control (HICON), media operations section, in support of Eager Lion 2016. The HICON is the headquarters element that monitors situations and provides direction for >>
Sat, May 28, 2016
Source: DIVIDS CHAPLAIN
S.C. Guard Chaplain inspires service members during Eager Lion 16
Shown are members of the South Carolina Army National Guard with Jordanian Armed Forces counterparts who worked in the Higher Control (HICON) in support of Eager Lion 2016. The HICON is the headquarters element that monitors situations and provides direction for the overall exercise. Eager Lion is a bilateral, >>
Sat, May 28, 2016
Source: DIVIDS CHAPLAIN
S.C. Guard Chaplain inspires service members during Eager Lion 16
Shown is the Higher Control (HICON) staff who work in support of Eager Lion 2016. The HICON is the headquarters element that monitors situations and provides direction for the overall exercise. Eager Lion is a bilateral, scenario-based exercise with the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, designed to exchange military expertise >>
Sat, May 28, 2016
Source: DIVIDS CHAPLAIN
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160526-N-AM350-027 STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. (May 26, 2016) - Lt. Charles Noles, a chaplain assigned to USS Fort McHenry (LSD 43), videos military veterans and members of the Arrochar Friendship Club, a senior citizens center, as they talk about their time in the armed forces during a community relations event >>
Fri, May 27, 2016
Source: DIVIDS CHAPLAIN
MWHS-2 Change of Command
U.S. Navy Capt. Daniel Owens, chaplain of Marine Wing Headquarters Squadron 2, conducts the opening prayer during a change of command ceremony for Lt. Col. William R. DeLorenzo and Lt. Col Ryan A. Shadle, at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, May 26, 2016. DeLorenzo relinquished the command to Shadle >>
Fri, May 27, 2016
Source: DIVIDS CHAPLAIN

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