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2881 Roosevelt Road, San Diego 92106
Marina Village Conference Center
1936 Quivira Way, San Diego, CA 92109
And wuv, tru wuv, will fowow you foweva... - The Impressive Clergyman from the movie Princess Bride
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The historic North Chapel located at Liberty Station in Point Loma, was built in 1942 by the United States Navy on the Naval Training Center, San Diego, as a place of worship for thousands of recruits and servicemen. The building was used for more than 50 years as the place for religious services, wedding, funerals and gatherings. Hundreds of weddings took place in the Chapel and today, couples come back to visit and reminisce about their tour of duty at the former training center and its impact on their careers and lives.
The windows at The North Chapel were installed in 1942, when the Department of the Navy at the Naval Training Center was built. These windows are designed to tell the stories of the Old Testament and the New Testament. Some windows have an emblem of Moses’ Ten Commandants placed at the top of the window. These scenes are from the Old Testament. Other windows have a cross on the top and depict scenes from the New Testament. Each window has been carefully designed to match a story from the Bible to a job that an enlisted Navy sailor would assume on a ship.
When walking into the Chapel and looking at the south side of the building you will see the first window, which depicts the aviation ordinance job. The second window on the left is the globe/compass or navigator for the ship. The third window depicts the signal man. The fourth window is a tribute to the USN sailor, the words “For God and Country” are written on the bottom of the window. The model for this window was Henry Fonda. The fifth window on the left is the communications/cryptologist technician.
Walking from the altar to the entrance of the church you will find the first window depicting the job of a repairman. The second window on the north side of the Chapel is depicting the machinist. The third window is the quartermaster who steers the ship on the deck. The next window is the boatswain’s mate. The fifth window is the yeoman, secretary to the commander and the sailor who writes the journal of the ship. The sixth window is the radio man, responsible for communicating with land-based operations. The last window on the north side is the window depicting the disbursing clerk/keymaster or bookkeeper. The window on the north side of the chancel is a beautiful depiction of the exiting of the animals on Noah’s Ark.
The four windows in the small Chapel, adjacent to the North Chapel through a door on the north side are celebrating communion. Seen on the north side is the chalice of wine, the chaff of wheat and the grape vine.
Bet & Jenel
December 22nd, 2013
A block of rooms have been reserved, which is less than a mile from the reception site.
The room rate of $139/night will be guaranteed for the weekend of the wedding as well as the 3 days before and after the event, for those who may have an extended stay. If you are planning to book a room, this rate will only be honored until Friday, November 22, so please book early.
In addition to the discounted rate, guests will also receive free hotel wifi as well as 50% off the standard parking rate, which is normally $24/day.
You may either call the hotel directly or access the following link to reserve your rooms:
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Hyatt Regency Mission Bay
1441 Quivira Rd, San Diego, CA
Rodrigo "Berning" Jimenez