We recommend you check out the following web sites for more information on religion during the War Between the States and Civil War re-enacting today.
The mission of the National Civil War Chaplains Museum is to educate the public about the role of chaplains, priests, and rabbis, and religious organizations in the Civil War; to promote the continuing study of the many methods of dissemination of religious doctrine and moral teachings during the War; to preserve religious artifacts; and to present interpretive programs that show the influence of religion on the lives of political and military personnel.
Angela Cross has re-activitated a branch of the United States Christian Commission (USCC) in the United Kingdom to minister to the European re-enactors.
The Impact of Chaplains on Civil War Soldiers by Ronnie Woolard
The 290 Foundation dedicated to keeping the memory of the Confederate sailor alive. The 290 Foundation borrows its title from Hull #290, a vessel constructed to the highest standards of shipbuilding, by the skilled workforce of the John Laird’s Shipyard at Birkenhead and of course, later to be known, feared and respected as the CSS Alabama.