US Army Chaplain
The Army Chaplain Corps is organized to provide responsive religious support at all levels across the full range of Army operations. Religious support includes providing essential elements of religion to include worship, religious rites, sacraments and ordinances, holy days and observances, pastoral care and counseling, and religious education.
Minimum Bachelor's Degree (Chaplain Candidate Program)
Master of Divinity or Masters of at least 72 hours in
theological or related studies
Two years full-time professional ministry experience, post-Masters
Medical and physical requirements
Endorsement from denomination
Salary & Benefits
- Veteran Status
- Vacation days
- Health care
- Housing Allowance
- Subsistence Allowance
Can be done remote?
The mission of the Army Chaplain Corps is to build Army spiritual readiness to deploy, fight, win our Nation’s wars, by providing reliable world-class religious support, as a unique element of the Army that is fully engaged across the full spectrum of conflict.