Kansas Adjutant General's Department
Chaplain Office

Kansas National Guard - Chaplain Office

Our Mission is to provide religious support and compassionate care strengthening the readiness and relevance of the Kansas National Guard. Assist the State Adjutant General in ensuring the right to free exercise of religion. Additionally, we provide spiritual, moral and ethical leadership to the Kansas National Guard through a focus upon people, accountability, readiness and communication.

Please review the links and materials to the left or contact us for further information.


Responsibilities of the Chaplains Office

The Chaplain works within the families programs in assisting KSNG soldiers, airmen and families with life’s stresses and life issues. The Chaplain office promotes plural religious accommodation and acts as the Adjutant General's religious policy subject matter expert as it pertains to religious accommodation and practices to personnel and units. The Chaplains office is also responsible for;

  • Promoting and carryingout the TAG R3SP program.

  • Supporting the TAG Partners in Care program.


Our Goals

We strive to provide;

A ready Chaplaincy that is capable and mission ready; available to meet domestic and federal obligations wherever needed – whenever required to support the Kansas National Guard.

A Responsive Chaplaincy focused upon providing comprehensive religious support capabilities commensurate with the operational needs of the members of the Kansas National Guard and its families.

A Resilient Chaplaincy able to reconstitute religious support capabilities with sufficient flexibility, recoverability and availability necessary to meet both current and future operational requirements.


Contact a Chaplain

The Chaplain and Chaplain Assistant has full confidentiality during formal or informal counseling meetings. To contact the State Chaplain Office or Unit Level Religious Support Teams, click on the buttons below.



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Emergency Information

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