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 Photos from Scout Sunday 2015

we gathered in a group this morning with our family, friends, community, scouts; their leaders and families in celebration of Scout Sunday.

– Two are better than one… For if they fall, the one will lift up the other; but woe to one who is alone and falls and does not have another to help. Ecclesiastes 4:9a, 10 (NRSV) –

 
A Scout is Reverent 
 
Scout Sunday, a chance for faith-based chartered organizations to celebrate and recognize Scouting and for Scout units to show their appreciation for the religious institution that supports their unit.


Scouts and Scouters in uniform greeting the congregation, participating in worship services, earning religious awards and conducting service projects to benefit their place of worship.


By official BSA designation, Scout Sunday is always the Sunday that falls before Feb. 8, Scouting Anniversary Day. In years when Feb. 8 falls on a Sunday, such as 2015, the BSA’s birthday and Scout Sunday are combined into one glorious day.

 

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Scout Sunday, Welcome

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Thank you to all of the Perry & Scout families that gathered at Perry Memorial United Methodist Church in celebration of Scout Sunday. We so much enjoyed welcoming you to our church, and we extend an open invitation to join us again anytime.

With a salute and hand-shake we Thank our Scouts from Shady Spring Area Boy Scout Troop 16 and Cub Scout Pack 16 (our Perry hosted groups) for Doing Your Best in participating in both Sunday worship services.

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A story in the Cub Scout Handbook reads; I went to Boy Scout camp for the first time last summer. We did a lot of cool stuff like shooting and swimming, and we really had fun at the opening and closing campfires but one of my favorite times was the chapel service we went to on Wednesday night. During the service the chaplain pointed out that the camp chapel didn’t have a roof or walls, which meant there was nothing to separate us from God above us or from the world around us. He said that even when we go back to our places of worship with their roofs and walls, we should keep working to stay connected to God and to God’s people.

We all “acted like” Scouts Today at PerryScout Sunday 2016 patch

On my honor I will do my best To do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law; To help other people at all times; To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight.

A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent…