The Interfaith Airport Chapel at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is a refuge for anxious travelers and workers looking for some quiet time of reflection.
The Interfaith Airport Chapels provide a sanctuary in the world’s busiest airport. The Interfaith Airport Chapels are available to all faiths for reading, meditation and prayer. The Chapels are open to passengers, visitors, and airport and airline employees. Currently there are about 58,000 employees and a quarter of a million passengers passing through every day.
Chaplaincy services are available throughout the week to assist the traveling public and airport employees with their spiritual needs.
Currently there is one priest and several deacons serving at the airport. There are there in a ministry of service to employees and guests of the airport. In addition to the services listed above, they conduct Communion Services, participate in honor guards for receiving remains of fallen soldiers, set up areas for travelers to have a Mass for their group, assist in crises events and being a presence to employees and travelers.
The Chaplain Office is next to the Chapel in the Domestic Terminal Atrium on the third floor.
The office is open from 8 to 4 weekdays, the chapel in the Atrium is open from 7am to 11pm daily and the chapels on E and F are open 24 hours.
In order to schedule a Mass in one of the chapels at the Airport, the coordinator should send an e-mail to email@example.com to make arrangements. To obtain additional information, please contact the Interfaith Airport Chapel at (404) 762-1051 or visit their Web site at: ATLchapel.org.