PCG chaplains are stationed all over the world in the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Civil Air Patrol, and National Guard. Others serve in hospitals, prisons, and in the police force. As a group, the PCG military chaplains are the youngest, wealthiest, most schooled, most international, and most traveled clergy in the Pentecostal Church of God.
The Pentecostal Church of God believes that God has one mission on His mind—to reach the lost—and one movement on this planet—the Church of Jesus Christ.
So as chaplains, our intent is to participate alongside the Pentecostal Church of God in its efforts to fulfill the mission bestowed upon us by our Savior: to become the hands and feet of Jesus to the hurting and broken, whether on a military base, on the field, within prisons, on deathbeds, in hospitals, or right here on the streets of our own neighborhoods and cities.
* Forms and processing fees can be mailed directly to Bishop David Reynolds at the address provided within the chaplains application.
David and his wife Hope have enjoyed fellowship with the Pentecostal Church of God since 1977, serving the last 35+ years at Victory Tabernacle (PCG) in Thurmont, MD. In 1984, David entered the USAF Reserves and was eventually endorsed by the PCG as chaplain. Since then, he has ministered to both combatants and civilians alike in many communities, states, and countries including Germany, Japan, New Zealand, and Antarctica.
If you are interested in the PCG Chaplains Commission, whether military or civilian, please contact Bishop Reynolds either by phone (717-386-1463) or email: email@example.com
If you would like to request a mentorship with one of the chaplains below, please make arrangements with the mentor (contact information is included within the bio) and then fill out the contract.
The mentoring contract must be signed by both mentor and mentee and submitted to the chaplain endorser through the postal service (address included in the contract) or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org