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Dedication
By admin | October 25th, 2009

New chapel dedicated outside Quantico gate

A kneeling Marine at prayer with the words of the Marine Prayer is etched on the wall behind the altar inside the Chapel, just outside the front gate of MCB Quantico, VA. From its granite floor to the 16 pews constructed of stacked fieldstone with granite bench tops to the plain stone altar and natural cedar ceiling beams, the interior is dignified and calming, befitting a house of worship.

A kneeling Marine at prayer with the words of the Marine Prayer is etched on the wall behind the altar inside the Chapel, just outside the front gate of MCB Quantico, VA. From its granite floor to the 16 pews constructed of stacked fieldstone with granite bench tops to the plain stone altar and natural cedar ceiling beams, the interior is dignified and calming, befitting a house of worship.

The new Chapel on a rise overlooking the National Museum of the Marine Corps, just outside the front gate of MCB Quantico, VA.

The new Chapel on a rise overlooking the National Museum of the Marine Corps, just outside the front gate of MCB Quantico, VA.

Dave Hugel writes: On October 22, 2009 the Marine Corps dedicated a new Chapel on a rise overlooking the National Museum of the Marine Corps, just outside the front gate of MCB Quantico, Virginia. The MCB Quantico band played at dedication.

Nestled in a wooded area on a rise overlooking the museum, the non-denominational Chapel, officially known as the Semper Fidelis Memorial Chapel, will provide a special space for meditation, prayer and remembrance, as well as commemorative services such as funerals and weddings.

Funding for the Chapel was provided by the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation.  Sponsorship opportunities are still available for those interested in making a donation toward some of the Chapel’s amenities. For more information, contact the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation at www.marineheritage.org.

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