Scout’s Own Worship Manual

This Scout’s Own worship manual was updated and prepared by Brayden O. LaPore, Chaplain’s Aide, Troop 367. It was originally edited and compiled by David R. Luthin, Scoutmaster, Troop 367, Riverchase United Methodist Church, Hoover, AL 35244.  

 
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CDC Interfaith Service October 2018

The interfaith worship service presented at the NYLT and Wood Badge Course Directors Conference at Camp Bud Schiele on October 14, 2018. Download the PDF file. CDC Interfaith Service October 2018  

 
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Powder Horn Suggestions for Religious Observations

It is vital that the staff give careful consideration to the religious obligations of the course participants. As a rule, provision is made for all faiths—Muslim, Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, Latter-day Saints, or any other faith. Some faiths have firm requirements regarding the observation of the Sabbath. Remember that the Sabbath may not be a Sunday for all religions. […]

 
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Scouts Own Teaching Outline

This document was used at the Wood Badge Course Directors Conference at the Piedmont Scout Reservation on August 30, 2015. This is a great starting point if you are trying to craft a service. Download a Scouts Own Teaching Outline  

 
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Interfaith Service Wood Badge S9-1-12-1

This interfaith service was held at Wood Badge S9-1-12-1 on April 29, 2012 at Camp Westmoreland, Greater Alabama Council. This Interfaith Service developed with the assistance of Pam Key, Irvin Brown, Vince Lambert and the Wood Badge S9-1-12-1 Chaplain’s Aides. Download the Interfaith Service  

 
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Interfaith Service at PLC

This interfaith service was used at the Philmont Leadership Challenge in July 2014 at Rayado Ridge Leadership Camp. Download the Interfaith Service – Philmont Leadership Challenge  

 
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Suggestions for Religious Observance

Suggestions for Religious Observance gives suggestions to help with planning and providing for four major faiths – Protestant, Catholic, Jewish and Mormon. Download the pdf at Suggestions for Religious Observance  

 
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