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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Scout’s Own from Pine Tree Camp

This is Vespers from Pine Tree Camp A Scouts’ Own Observance. Pine Tree Camp is the Junior Leader Training Conference of the Viking Council in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Over a period of years it served as a proving ground for many of the revisions to the JLTC Staff Guide incorporated in the 1993 Printing. You can download this […]

 
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