Trail Life USA is a Church-Based, Christ-Centered, Boy-Focused mentoring and discipleship journey that speaks to the heart of a boy. Established on timeless values derived from the Bible and set in the context of outdoor adventure, boys from Kindergarten through 12th grade are engaged in a Troop setting by male mentors where they are challenged to grow in character, understand their purpose, serve their community, and develop practical leadership skills to carry out the mission for which they were created.
The troop can be made up of three main units: Woodlands (K thru 5th), Navigators (6th thru 8th), and Adventurers (9th thru 12th). The Woodlands are further divided into three age patrols: Foxes (K thru 1st grade), Hawks (2nd thru 3rd grade), and Mountain Lions (4th thru 5th grade). The faith aspect is woven all through the program and there are special faith strengthening exercises for all ages. A key part of the program is the statement of faith which must be signed by all adult leaders.
once / month
The outdoor adventures can include hiking, camping, backpacking, canoeing, whitewater, rock climbing, rappelling, cave exploration, mountain biking and many more activities.
Each month there will be an age appropriate “Hit the Trail” event. Depending on the age group, the event can consist of activities such as camping, hiking, backpacking, outdoor adventures and trips to museums or other learning experiences. Sometimes the entire troop will be together on the same event. At other times individual groups will be on their own adventure.
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We are a body of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). We exist to bring God glory as we find our joy in Him above all else. By God’s grace, we will live out our mission by focusing on the gospel of grace which changes lives, by loving the lost, by grace-driven preaching and teaching, by fostering loving relationships, and by regularly gathering for worship.