USSSP: A Scout's Duty to God and Country - Information on Religious Emblems


You can get more information about religious emblem programs from:

  • Your local church, temple, synagogue, mosque or religious organization
  • The lay organization within each religious organization
  • National Scouter Associations supporting religious emblem programs (see the following two pages for additional information) and local Scouter Associations in your area
  • The National Headquarters Office of each religious organization
  • Programs for Religious Activities with Youth (P.R.A.Y.)
    8520 MacKenzie Road,
    St. Louis, Missouri 63166,
  • Roundtable meetings and training sessions
  • Your Council Scout Service Center (Scout Shop)
  • Boy Scouts of America - Request Your Church Can Serve Children, Youth, Families Through Scouting, No. 17-111 (1992) and other publications listed in this book by writing directly to

    The Relationships Division
    Boy Scouts of America
    P.O. Box 152079
    1325 West Walnut Hill Lane
    Irving, Texas 75015-2079

  • The Exploring Division, Boy Scouts of America
  • See Appendix E for a complete listing of source material

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