The Royal Rangers program provides opportunities for men and boys to enjoy a variety of fun activities around interests they commonly enjoy. The program is organized into four age groups:
Most outposts hold meetings weekly, usually on Wednesday or Sunday nights. These meetings typically include Bible studies, games, and special activities based on some kind of skill, such as archery, photography, skateboarding, auto mechanics or carpentry. These activities typically relate to “skill merits”, a type of award that serves as part of the Royal Rangers advancement system.
The advancement system is a sequential process that provides recognition for a boys accomplishments in the program. Boys receive a series of awards as they complete the necessary requirements and earn specified combinations of three types of merits:
The awards earned can be displayed on the Royal Rangers uniform or in other ways as determined by your outpost.
Our goal in Royal Rangers is to introduce every boy to what we call the “seven experiences” of Royal Rangers:
Come join us on the adventure as we mentor the next generation into true Christlike manhood. Let’s hit the trail!