Flight 93 Memorial Chapel
Flight 93 Memorial Chapel
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Hill105
해리스버그, 펜실베이니아포스팅 24건
2021년 10월
What a beautiful experience. My wife and I visited this wonderful memorial to Flight 93 and found ourselves lingering to take it all in. The memorial is a touching example of how God can use normal people to create a lasting tribute to the human spirit, as exampled by the heroes of Flight 93.
Our visit was highlighted when Paul, one of the three volunteers who keep the memorial in tip-top shape, gave us the background of how it came to be. Paul was a terrific guide and shared how much the chapel means to him. It was a special time for us and we thank Paul for taking the time to give us a personal ride through the history of the chapel.
2021년 10월 15일 작성
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Maggi713
볼티모어, 메릴랜드포스팅 11,931건
2021년 9월
For us, this chapel really brought home the feelings of the families of the heroes of United Flight 93. Located just 5 miles southwest of the Flight 93 National Memorial, you will find the Flight 93 Memorial Chapel on the corner of Stutzmantown Road and Coleman Station Road. We highly recommend that you take the time to visit here. The Chapel is located on the road leading to Shanksville, locally called the Boulevard of Heroes. The non-denominational Flight 93 Chapel is solely dedicated to remembering and honoring the courageous passengers and crew of United Airlines Flight 93, who sacrificed their lives for the United States.

We were fortunate to have Paul Angert (who was there volunteering on the Wednesday that we visited) tell us all about the chapel. Every Wednesday, Paul brings a trailer, a tractor, a mower and a weed trimmer to care for the property. He has been doing this for over 12 years. He said it is the least he can do in order to preserve what once was an abandoned Lutheran church before the late Rev. Alphonse Mascherino, a former Catholic priest, turned it into a building that now holds numerous artifacts and remembrances. He told us that he knew Father Al very well, and he never wants to see the chapel close. He gets up early and comes to the chapel and does not leave until after dark. He took the time to explain everything inside and outside of the Chapel, how Fr. Al dreamed of establishing this chapel, and how he came to purchase the former Mizpah church and the struggles they are having keeping it funded and open.

Funds were donated by Maggie Hardy Magerko of 84 Lumber Company, and crews worked around the clock for 11 days to complete the transition from a grain distribution center to a chapel — just in time for the first anniversary memorial of Flight 93.

Each passenger and crew member is commemorated in a private room in the back of the chapel where candles and full-page descriptions about their lives and personalities are displayed. Around the outside of the room, though, are various artifacts that were donated by the heroes’ families and other items given to the chapel from people all over the world. Among the items on display is a childhood dress worn by Honor Elizabeth Wainio, donated by her mother, and a model plane, donated by First Officer Leroy Homer’s mother. Homer had made the model when he was just 11 years old. The chapel also contains quilts listing the Four Freedoms outlined in a 1941 speech by President Franklin Roosevelt as he prepared the nation for entry into World War II. There is an angel, too, in memory of the unborn child of Flight 93 passenger Lauren Grandcolas, 38, who was returning to her California home from her grandmother’s funeral.

The front yard of the chapel includes a bell tower — Maggie’s Tower — reaching to the sky. The tower holds the “Thunder Bell.” The bell symbolizes the resounding message of the heroes of Flight 93 as the impact of their aircraft thundered across the hills and valleys. Visitors are reminded to sound the “voice of Flight 93” and ring the bell. A garden in the backyard includes a 16-ton, 14-foot-high black granite obelisk donated by the United Airlines Flight Attendants Cause Foundation and dedicated to the memory of the seven members of the flight crew who died when Flight 93 went down. Their photos are etched into the stone.. It is surrounded by benches with passengers’ names engraved in them. Flags from every state in the union encircle the massive monument and pathway. This is truly a sacred memorial.
2021년 10월 4일 작성
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podrozniczka60
뉴저지포스팅 14,568건
2021년 8월
Small chapel containing memorabilia of the Flight 93 and the events of 9/11 is a beautiful addition National Memorial visit. It is technically in Friedens Pa and it is only 15 min drive from the Memorial.
2021년 8월 15일 작성
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Leslie Ann
브런즈윅, 오하이오포스팅 9건
2021년 8월 • 커플
The chapel was ok. There is some memorabilia but it isn’t a must see. The “meditation room” was probably the best part because we were able to read about each passenger on the plane.
2021년 8월 10일 작성
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Trish W
McMurray, 펜실베이니아포스팅 939건
2021년 6월 • 커플
This tiny chapel has a lot of information, pictures and memorabilia of the flight 93 terrorist attack. There is a docent here who is a wealth of knowledge and very friendly. You especially need to see the memorial candle suspended in a metal holder shaped like a hole with flames coming out of it. When pulled down, the other end of the chain is the airplane, when pushed back up the plane dives into the hole. I have to commend the artist for this beautiful rendition of what happened. This little chapel has an interesting story of it’s own and is well worth the time to visit.
2021년 6월 3일 작성
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Mike M
에스컨디도, 캘리포니아포스팅 854건
2020년 9월
as an early part of the chapel, and speaker at the fifth anniversary, I can truly say God lives and ministers to all who visit. just the story of Fr. Al's dream and how God fulfilled it is worth the trip, but seeing how the heroes of Flight 93 saved the Capitol is awesome, having met Leroy Homer's mom and friends of the crew, this place is special. I don't know if the house next door is open, having stayed there many times it is just another miracle about the chapel. be blessed, spend some time, and never forget 911....I can hear Fr. Al singing God Bless America right now.....if ever anyone wants to hear background I am available mohn_triumph@cox.net.
2020년 9월 11일 작성
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John S
웩스퍼드, 펜실베이니아포스팅 7건
2020년 7월 • 가족
The Flight 93 Memorial Chapel and outdoor garden is a beautiful place to stop after visiting the national park. It is worth the drive from Route 30. The focus on the flight crew and the artifacts from the flight are impressive. A volunteer, Connie, was amazing. She took time to explain the chapel and it’s collection of memorabilia from Flight 93. I recommend to anyone visiting the Flight 93 National Park to stop at the chapel after.
2020년 7월 18일 작성
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Matt P
게인즈빌, 버지니아포스팅 1,350건
2020년 2월
This place to me should be visited by every american to spend some time and thank those who gave their lives to help us. I dont cry easily but this place made me cry a lot. It is very well done. It is very peaceful. The Tower of Voices is impressive, but as of this date, was not in operation yet. Please come here and pay your respects....
2020년 3월 15일 작성
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Mom1951
엘크튼, 메릴랜드포스팅 18건
2019년 8월
We have visited numerous times, but this day was blessed to have two of the three caretakers of the chapel speak to us and give us so much of the history of the chapel. Thank you again ladies!!
2019년 9월 7일 작성
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Hokiechip
로어노크, 버지니아포스팅 1,525건
2019년 8월 • 커플
This chapel is separate from the Flight 93 National Memorial, but well worth the 5-6 mile drive to visit.

This building had originally been a church for 67 years, but had been abandoned and was being used as a seed storage building when 9/11 occurred. No one was allowed to get close to the crash site and there was nowhere for family and folks to gather, so a Catholic Priest bought the site and started remodeling the building $50 at a time. When the folks at the Local 84 Lumber Company heard what he was doing, the owner contributed $23,000 in cash and over $150,000 in materials and labor to get the chapel remodeled.

It became a sort of mini museum and there is now all sort of items from families and visitors including a model plane that was built by the Flight Engineer when he was nine. Out back is a 14 foot high memorial for the United Airlines Flight Crew that perished on this flight. This is a perfect compliment to the National Park site.

According to the volunteer who was there today, one of the neat things that happens every 9/11 is a school group from the Shanksville school performs at the chapel and there are 40 students who are each given the assignment of researching a different person on the plane and talking about them during the service .
2019년 8월 5일 작성
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