This non-denominational chapel was completed in March 1934 financed by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) and represents one of the finest military chapels in existence. Numerous colorful stained glass windows were added in 1945, and the breezeway in 1964. Its Classical Revival-style is highlighted by stucco walls, arched windows, and a monumental steeple. The interior acoustics provide enhanced sound for musical and spiritual events which continue to serve the military community stationed at Fort Bragg, both active duty and retired soldiers.
Hours: Exterior View Only Daily, Before Dusk.
Next Stop:Long Street Presbyterian Church & Cemetery is under the jurisdiction of the Fort Bragg Cultural Management Resources Program (CRMP). It can only be accessed with a CRMP guide present. Please call the CRMP to see if access is available. They will direct you as to how to get to their location once you reach Fort Bragg. ***Only U.S. Citizens may enter the post. All visitors must stop at All-American Welcome Center, on left, show ID and receive Visitors Pass to access Fort Bragg.***