Tag Archives: Scout Sunday

By Katelyn Kenedy
Feb 04, 2018

How Can LDS Scouts Celebrate Scout Sunday?

Do you remember when, not too long ago, LDS Scouts would wear their uniforms to church and proudly pass out the sacrament on Scout Sunday? Many Scouts still hold dear the fond memories of being able to proudly represent their troop and the BSA organization in front of their church community on Scout Sunday. They […]

By Darryl Alder
Feb 07, 2016

Reflections on Scout Sunday

This morning I awoke to a quiet dawn that broke into a blazing winter sunrise that gave me cause to reflect on the day—Scout Sunday 2016. Since 1958, this has always been a special day in my life. Members of my pack dressed in uniform and sat in our congregation while the deacons in Scout […]

By Adrian
Mar 19, 2015

Scout Sunday at Hilltop United Methodist Church

One of the main foundations of the Scouting program is service. In particular, service to God and your Country. One of the ways which our Troop (Troop 411 of Sandy, UT) teaches this principle to our Scouts is through direct service to our Sponsoring Organization, the Hilltop United Methodist Church. For a full story of how […]

By Darryl Alder
Feb 08, 2015

Scout Sunday

Growing up, Scout Sunday was always one of the highlights of the year for our troop; a sort of announcement of a month long celebration based on the Boy Scouts of America founding on February 8, 1910. Image our 48 Scouts in uniform at church and the following week more than 100 people at our […]

By Melany Gardner
Feb 04, 2014

BSA’s 104th Birthday Feb. 8th, How Will You Celebrate?

Saturday, February 8th, Scouts will celebrate the founding of Scouting in America’s 104th Anniversary. This day is an opportunity for each pack, troop, team and crew to celebrate what it means to be in Scouting and to share the Scout Movement with the world. How will you celebrate? While Feb. 8th is the actual birthday, In fact, […]