Military Relations Senior Missionaries

  • Valid retired military ID card
  • Military and Church experience
  • Basic computer skills (email, word processing, simple spreadsheets)
  • Assist local Church leaders with activation and retention of Latter-day Saint service members and their families.
  • When military members and their families transfer to a new military installation, coordinate with other military relations missionaries and leaders of Church units. This is especially important when basic trainees move to advanced training bases and then on to their first permanent-duty station.
  • Visit families of deployed service members and provide support and encouragement.
  • Using the eight lessons from Becoming a Self-Reliant and Resilient Family, teach military families how to develop resilience so they can better cope with the challenges of deployment and family separation.
  • Participate in missionary discussions given to part-member families and investigators serving in the military.
  • Help military members and their families prepare for and receive temple ordinances.
  • Teach Institute of Religion classes to single service members as needed in the local area.
  • Serve as stake Addiction Recovery Program group leaders, if needed.
  • Report to the stake military relations committee on activation, retention, and missionary activities. When needed, serve as the military liaison to the base.
  • Foster understanding and support with military chaplains and commanders.
  • Provide volunteer service to service organizations on the military installation.
Military Relations Class
Missionary Service Locations

Basic Training Installations

  • Army: Fort Jackson, Fort Benning, Fort Sill, Fort Leonard Wood
  • Navy: Great Lakes NTC
  • Air Force: JBSA-Lackland AFB
  • Marine Corps: MCRD San Diego, MCRD Parris Island

Advanced Training Installations

  • Army: Fort Jackson, Fort Benning, Fort Sill, Fort Leonard Wood, Fort Bragg, Fort Huachuca, Fort Lee, Fort Sam Houston, Fort Gordon, DLI Presidio of Monterey
  • Navy: Great Lakes NTC, NAS Pensacola, Joint Base Charleston, NS San Diego
  • Air Force: JBSA-Lackland AFB, Keesler AFB, Sheppard AFB, Goodfellow AFB, Maxwell AFB
  • Marine Corps: Camp Pendleton, Camp Lejeune

Military Academies

  • US Air Force Academy
  • US Naval Academy
  • US Military Academy

Major Operational Installations

  • Army: Fort Carson, Fort Bliss, Fort Hood, Fort Riley, Fort Campbell, Fort Knox, Fort Bragg, JB Lewis-McChord, JB Elmendorf-Richardson
  • Navy: NS Norfolk, NS San Diego, NAS Whidbey Island, NS Everett, Naval Base Kitsap/Bremerton, JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam
  • Air Force: Travis AFB, JB Elmendorf-Richardson, JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Fairchild AFB
  • Marine Corps: Camp Pendleton, Camp Lejeune, MCAS Miramar

Overseas Installations

  • Army: USAG Vicenza, IT; USAG Kaiserslautern, GR; USAG Baumholder, GR; USAG Grafenwoehr, GR; Camp Zama, JP; Camp Humphreys, S. Korea; Camp Red Cloud, S. Korea; USAG Yongsan, S. Korea
  • Navy: Fleet Activity Yokosuka, JP; Fleet Activity Okinawa, JP; Fleet Activity Sasebo, JP; NSA Naples, IT; Rota NS, SP
  • Air Force: RAF Lakenheath, UK; Misawa AB, JP; Yokota AB, JP; Ramstein AB, GR; Aviano AB, IT; Joint Region Marianas, Guam; Osan AB, S. Korea; Kadena AB Okinawa, JP
  • Marine Corps: Camp Butler Okinawa, JP
Contact Military Relations and Chaplain Services Division

Phone: 801-240-2286