Special Veterans Day Guest Preacher

This Sunday, November 12, we are happy to welcome Chaplain (MAJ) Mark Lee as our preacher.

Chaplain Lee is an Active Duty Army Chaplain, working at Brooke Army Medical Center.   He is in training there to be certified by the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE). The program will prepare Chaplain Lee to educate chaplains to be more effective pastoral care providers in various settings throughout the Army.

Most recently, CH Lee taught Moral Injury/Posttraumatic Growth, Combat/Emergency Medical Ministry, and other courses to Chaplains and Religious Affairs Specialists of the US Army.  He shared a bit of that training with the Adult Forum at St. Paul’s earlier this year.

CH Lee previously served as Deputy Garrison Chaplain and Resource Manager for USAG-Yongsan in Seoul. Prior to that, Mark was the brigade chaplain for 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division at Camp Hovey in Dongducheon, Korea. Other assignments include: 98th Medical Detachment (Combat Stress Control) at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA, Madigan Army Medical Center, US Army Chaplain School and Center, I Corps, and 14th Engineer Battalion.

Mark is a combat veteran having served two deployments in Iraq.  He is currently a transitional deacon in process of  being ordained to the Episcopal priesthood in December.  He is married and is the proud father of two lively and intelligent daughters.