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USAF Chapel Design Guide

USAF Chapel Design Guide

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Published by CAP History Library

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Published by: CAP History Library on Jun 11, 2013
Copyright:Public Domain


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This guide provides the basic criteria for organizing, evaluating, planning,programming, designing, and constructing religious facilities on Air Forceinstallations.The full contents of this website are available for download inAdobe's PortableDocument Format (PDF) for offline viewing and printing.
Download Religious Facilities Design Guide PDF.Any comments or suggestions regarding this guide should be directed to:
Mr. Dave Duncan
HQ AFCEE8004 Arnold DriveBrooks AFB, TX 78235-5361Voice: (210) 536-3431dave.duncan@hqafcee.brooks.af.mil
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February 2000Home|Site Outline|E-mail|AFCEE
A. Purpose
This manual provides the basic guidelines for organizing, evaluating,planning, programming, designing, and constructing religious facilities on AirForce installations. These facilities include religious worship spaces, religiouseducational spaces, and associated administration spaces and collectivelyexpress the reverence, peace, and sacred atmosphere of religious worship.Because of their multi-faith use, these facilities must be religiously neutral indesign, as well as flexible in their programming. Liturgical furnishingsspecific to individual faith groups must therefore be moveable andarchitectural form, images and permanent ornamentation acceptable to allusers.This document is designed for the use of Commanders, Base Civil Engineers,Chaplains and their staff, design architects, engineers, and facilityprogrammers. This document supersedes religious facility guidelines in AFPamphlet 88-55.
B. Religious Facility Description1. Mission
Religious facilities play an important role on Air Force installations located inthe United States and overseas. They provide spaces for worship, spiritualcare, individual meditation, religious education, and pastoral counseling. AirForce personnel and their families from all faiths, denominations, andtraditions, can find spiritual support and guidance and form interpersonalrelationships at these facilities.

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