Scout Sunday

Scout Sunday
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When it comes to the Scout Law, last is certainly not least.

Being “reverent” is a year-round part of a Scout’s life, but there’s one time each year when the connection between Scouting and faith takes on even more significance.

It’s Scout Sunday, held every February. The annual celebration gives Scouts a highly visible way to show their appreciation for their faith-based chartered organization.

On Scout Sunday, at places of worship across the country, Scouts wear their uniforms to worship services. Sometimes they’ll help with the service by conducting a flag ceremony, collecting the offering plate or reading scripture. Other times they’ll receive religious emblems earned over the previous year.

In still other packs, troops, crews and ships, Scout Sunday is a chance to perform an act of service for the chartered organization — often consisting of an afternoon of pre-spring cleaning inside or outside the place of worship.



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