Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts both offer children and youth a place to grow as leaders developing strong values and building character in a fun and educational environment. Christ Church strives to be a Scout-friendly church, and we regularly host camps, troop meetings, ceremonies, etc. If you are interested in being a part of Scouts, please use the contact information below to get involved.
Christ Church sponsors Boy Scout Troop 441 which meets at the church. Boy Scouts is a program which aims to develop moral strength and character, citizenship and mental and physical fitness in boys and young men in the 6th grade through 18 years of age.
Christ Church also sponsors Cub Scout Pack 1800 which includes Tiger Cubs and Webelos. Cub Scouting is a family-oriented program designed specifically to address the needs of younger boys. Pack meetings are currently held at Highlands Elementary School while Den meetings are held in parents’ homes. Cub Scouting is open to boys in the first through fifth grade.
Scouts are taught how to achieve big things through many small steps and how to be focused and goal oriented. They follow a code of conduct, “the scout law,” and are taught duty to God and country, to help others and to learn how to take care of themselves.
- Questions about Boy Scout Troop 441? Contact Vince Donart at 281.277.4269.
- Questions about Cub Scout Pack 1800? Contact Wayne Miller at 832.534.CUBS (2827).
Several Girl Scout troops hold their regular meetings here on campus; however, there is not a “Christ Church” troop. Membership in Girl Scouts is open to all girls, ages 5 to 17, and adult women and men who share the Girl Scout Promise and Law – regardless of ethnic, religious or social backgrounds.