What is a Pathfinder Club?
Pathfinder clubs serve young people in grades 5-12, and are designed to “lead members into a growing, redemptive relationship with God, build its members into responsible, mature individuals, and involve its members in active, selfless service.” (North American Division Pathfinder Staff Manual)
Our Pathfinders will learn more about God and the world He's made through earning honors, camping, service and spending time outside, while learning to exhibit behavior found in the Pathfinder Pledge and Law.
When does the Pathfinder Club meet?
Pathfinders will meet twice a month on the second and fourth Saturday of each month from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. and other events throughout the school year.
This year we're trying something new. We will be meeting after church and providing a lunch for Pathfinders and their families.
So you want to register your child?
Fantastic! We are excited to partner along with you to teach your child more about Jesus. You are invited to Pathfinder Registration.
Click here to tell us more about yourself and your child.
Please fill out the following forms and email them to email@example.com.
Pathfinders are run by volunteers! We need people to lead the groups, help with food, teach honors and help on campouts. All volunteers are required to go through a background check.
If you would like to volunteer, click here.
Q & A
Who is the Pathfinder Director?
What are the fees?
Pathfinders costs $50 per year.
You can pay via check made out to MAC, cash or online through Zelle (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Where do we meet?
When we meet at the church campus, we meet in the gym or the church classrooms.