Pathfinders is a fun, social, and hands-on way to learn new skills and discover the world God created for us. Children in 5th through 10th grade can become members. Membership is open to everyone regardless of their race, gender, or faith background.
Pathfinders attend camping trips where our volunteer staff will teach them survival skills and help them discover the exciting wonders of the outdoors. Engaging lessons give the children an opportunity to learn about crafts and hobbies, as well as offering them a taste of future professions the children may one day like to pursue. Pathfinders also get involved in local community service opportunities.
Pathfinders is a place where your child can learn about God and make life-long friendships, learn practical skills, and develop the confidence that comes with the success of achieving new things. At the end of the Pathfinder Year (usually May or June), Pathfinders will receive an achievement award along with honor badges as a reminder of all the activities they have participated in and learned about during the year.