CH (LTC) Timothy L. Hubbs was born and raised in Southern New Jersey. He was commissioned in the United States Army Reserve as a Chaplain on 15 April 1988. He was assigned to the 300th Field Hospital in Ashley, Pennsylvania, until November 1990 when he was mobilized and sent to Saudi Arabia in support of Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm.
After the war, Chaplain Hubbs returned to the Reserve system as a chaplain for the 316th Station Hospital (300 bed) based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He also served as chaplain for the 322nd General Hospital (HUS), Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 348th General Hospital (HUM), Ashley, Pennsylvania, 4205th United States Army Hospital, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, HHD, 338th Medical Group, Chester, Pennsylvania, and the 131st Chaplain Detachment, Alexandria, Virginia. Chaplain Hubbs performed Catholic Funerals at Arlington National Cemetery from 1999-2001. Chaplain Hubbs transitioned from the United States Army Reserve system to Active Duty service on 15 August 2001.
Chaplain Hubbs’ active duty assignments include; 10th Aviation Brigade Chaplain, Fort Drum, New York, 1-15 Field Artillery “Guns” Battalion Chaplain, Camp Casey, Korea, DIVARTY Chaplain, Camp Stanley, Korea, DISCOM Chaplain, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, Joint Logistics Command Chaplain, Bagram, Afghanistan, Garrison Catholic Chaplain, Fort Lee, Virginia, Multi National Corps-Iraq Chaplain, Camp Anaconda, Iraq and Installation Catholic Chaplain, Fort Campbell, Kentucky. He served on the staff at the Office of the Chief of Chaplain, Pentagon, Washington, DC from January 2010 through January 2013 and July 2015 through July 2016. During the interim, Chaplain Hubbs served as Senior Army Chaplain at Arlington National Cemetery and Deputy Military District of Washington Chaplain.
His awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Army Meritorious Service Medal (7 OLC), Army Commendation Medal (2 OLC), Army Achievement Medal (1 OLC), Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal (2 OLC), National Defense Service Medal (w/ Bronze Star), Southwest Asia Service Medal (2 Bronze Stars), Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Korean Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Reserve Medal (with Hourglass and M Device) Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon (w/ numeral 3) and the Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabia and Kuwait). He has been inducted into the Honorable Order of Saint Barbara. He is a graduate of the Chaplain Officer Basic Course, the Chaplain Officer Advanced Course, and the United States Army Command and General Staff College. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Theology from the University of Scranton, Scranton, Pennsylvania, a Master of Divinity degree from Saint John’s Seminary, Boston, Massachusetts, and a Master of Arts degree in Education from Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey.
Chaplain Hubbs has been ordained a Catholic priest for over 31 years. He was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel on 3 September 2009. His ministry to the Fort Belvoir Catholic Community begins 17 July 2016.
1700, Woodlawn Chapel
0730, Woodlawn Chapel
0915, Woodlawn Chapel
0930, Belvoir Chapel
1115, Fairfax Chapel
Daily Mass, M-F
1205, Woodlawn Chapel (from Memorial Day through Labor Day, daily Mass only MWF)
1145 before daily Mass
Miraculous Medal Novena
Every Monday following daily Mass
First Friday of every month, 0900-1200, Woodlawn Chapel
The Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturdays, 1600-1645, Woodlawn Chapel