Post Tagged with: "Daenner Chapel"


Photo courtesy of Walter F. Elkins
Daenner Chapel was built in the 1950s to meet the needs of Christian and Jewish congregations. Today it serves the U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz Catholic community and Chapel Next, a contemporary Protestant service.

Daenner Chapel: Remote but teeming with life

by Prof. Christian Fuehrer Daenner Chapel volunteer

To most KMC residents, Daenner Kaserne is probably best known as a location of logistics and reserve units. In fact, the installation serves as home to a Defense Logistics Agency facility, the 405th Army Field Support Brigade, the U.S. Army Reserve’s 7th Mission Support Command and other reserve units. As reservists gather on Daenner Kaserne for training on weekends, the installation becomes a busy place, even on Sunday mornings.

December 2, 2016 ×


Christian Führer (left), a volunteer at Daenner Chapel, talks to Army Maj. Greg Spears, a member of the 10th Army Air Defense and Missile Command, before church services April 19 at Daenner Kaserne.. Führer, a German national, has been attending services and volunteering in American military chapels since the '80s.

German volunteers for American chapel

Story and photos by Lt. Col. Jefferson Wolfe 7th Civil Support Command Public Affairs Officer

One of the volunteers at Daenner Chapel drives 100 miles every week to attend church services.

April 30, 2015 ×