Privileged Communication

The privilege of having absolute & total confidentiality in communications with United States Air Force chaplains is an essential component of the Chaplain Corps ministry. Any communication which a person makes to a chaplain either as a matter of conscience, a spiritual matter, or a formal act of religion such as confession of sins, is covered by privileged communication. In short, the privilege of absolute confidentiality in communications with chaplains belongs to the client, not to the chaplain. There are no circumstances where a chaplain can disclose information revealed in the practice of his or her ministry without the client's informed permission.

Chapel Helpful Links

USAF Chaplain Corps

Interfaith Calendar (Find a compilation of Religious Holidays)

Military One Source

Chapel Information

For emergencies after duty hours, please contact the Nellis Command Post at (702) 652-2446/2447 & ask for the "432D WG Duty Chaplain."

For additional information, please contact us at (702) 404-0891 or email us at

Please note that some services may vary or change depending on manning or mission. Please see the Creech News email or call ahead for updates whenever possible.

Airman Ministry Center

Our vision is to provide an oasis where ministry to Airmen inspires faith, fosters caring relationships & builds authentic community.

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