Fort Mason Chapel, San Francisco, CA

Built during the Korean War, the Fort Mason Center Chapel is one of only two remaining military chapels left in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

Ten beautiful stained glass windows line both sides of the aisle, depicting several Army branches, the twelve Apostles and eight Hebrew prophets. Inlaid wood Army insignias adorn the front of the choir loft. Chaplains of all faiths provided services for military members and their families until 1997, when Fort Mason became part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. 

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