Dulles Airport Chapel Prayers

Are you a nervous flier, one with white-knuckle grips on the seat rest during takeoff? Are you also religious?

Then the Dulles Airport Chapel is for you.

Honoring all faith traditions and open 24 hours a day for meditation, its the perfect place to reconnect with your gods before a long flight. It also has prayer sessions on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday for those in need of leader in religious rites.

Being an atheist, I don’t frequent the chapel’s multiple services, but if I were a believer, I would be in there praying to make 26 hours of flights without delay or disaster.

What would you pray for?

5 Comments so far

  1. DC Blonde (unregistered) on September 10th, 2007 @ 2:27 pm

    Apparently, you are completely unaware of this, but most, if not all, airports have a chapel. Believe it or not, there are times of need at airports, not just for praying for a safe flight.


  2. Wayan (unregistered) on September 10th, 2007 @ 2:46 pm

    I’m aware that many airports have a place to worship, not always called a “chapel” and I’ve used a few to find a quiet moment to mentally prep for a flight without praying to a god.

    I just thought it would be interesting to point out the Dulles Airport place of worship for those that might not know & to see what others might use it for.


  3. Wayan (unregistered) on September 10th, 2007 @ 2:52 pm

    Looking at the sign again, I just noticed that Catholics get Saturday night while Protestants get Sunday morning. I wonder if there was a fight for the Sunday morning service or they flipped coins?


  4. Paulo (unregistered) on September 10th, 2007 @ 2:53 pm

    I took a few photos of the Dulles Chapel some years ago as part of my Airport Chapels Project. The pastor, a fellow Baptist, was really nice about it and let me snap away while there was no one to disturb at the time.


  5. Wayan (unregistered) on September 10th, 2007 @ 3:04 pm

    Wow! I really like that HKG prayer room. Very serene.



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