Chaplaincy Program and Accreditation

National Service Charity (NSC) in 2016 chartered an initiative for chaplains in the marketplace. Currently, the only accredited source for training into our program is Visiting Chaplains LLC out of the north Atlanta area.

Our program is an evangelical program sending Christian chaplains into the marketplace. We do not certify chaplains from faith groups outside the generic Protestant identity as defined by the United States military. Our Executive Director here at National Service Charity, Anthony R. Locke, served as an Army Chaplain from 1994 to 1999 and operates within those government norms when deploying chaplains within this program.

Our policies and qualifications are not yet fully defined for this program, but we are placing potential candidates into the training offered by Visiting Chaplains while developing the technology and details of this ministry opportunity.

If you would like more information, then please email the leadership at

United States Military Chaplain Corp
Mission Statement:

The U.S. Army Chaplain Center and School (USACHCS), Fort Jackson, South Carolina serves as the U.S. Army Chief of Chaplain’s institutional training base for Army Chaplains and Religious Affairs Specialists. Our mission is train Unit Ministry Teams – Chaplains and Religious Affairs Specialist – in safeguarding free exercise of religion for all Service Members and their families as well as the provision of religious support and religious accommodation. USACHCS leverages the experience and expertise of top notch Officer and Noncommissioned Officer Instructors and cadre as well as civilian educators to develop religious support professionals capable of serving a diverse force in any environment under any conditions.