The Scout Programs of Adventure Scouts USA encourage our Scouts to have a spiritual approach to life.Â We provide the leadership to support the growth and character development of our co-ed membership and the greater community.Â We accomplish this by providing contemporary skill-oriented activities that enrich individuals on a non-discriminatory basis.Â We put principles of mutual respect into practice through FUN social activities, enhancing character as instilled by parents, personal achievement, learning by doing, and related educational programs promoting good character in our members and the greater community.
We enable our Scouts to understand and live their life by the six pillars of CHARACTER COUNTS!, and we expect our Scouts to be as good as their word.
Our teams may be sponsored by Episcopal churches and organizations.Â Our Team Sponsors are those who work for the benefit of youth.
Through a yearly renewable agreement, Team Sponsors use our Scout Programs as part of their effort to benefit the youth in their congregation and other youth in the community.Â Team Sponsors may control program content, membership in their team, and religious responsibilities.Â
Together, the Scout Programs of Adventure Scouts USA along with Episcopal Churches and organizations can increase participation by Episcopalian families, and strengthen Episcopal values through character education, our policy of non-discrimination, and a sense of belonging.
We welcome Episcopalian Scouts and members and enable fulfillment of their religious responsibilities.
We assist our Episcopalian Scouts and members to integrate their faith into everyday life and help families to share their faith on their childâ€™s journey of faith.
An important concept in Episcopal ministries is servant leadership.Â Similarly, our Team Leaders ensure that every Scout is involved at every level and make sure each is heard.
Episcopalians are concerned with justice and fair treatment.Â We value each of our Scouts on an equal and individual basis.Â Our policy of nondiscrimination and inclusion is consistent with beliefs of the Episcopal faith.
Our Scouts seek to eliminate homelessness and eradicate hunger and poverty in their effort to be just
Our Scouts also take part in service to the greater community.Â Our Scouts regularly adopt comprehensive projects of service which they choose, organize, and lead.Â Our highest award, the Challenger Award, is a comprehensive undertaking which results in a substantial change for their communities, and must be sustainable without them.
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