Christ UMC proudly sponsors multiple scouting groups and provides space for these scouting groups to meet. Scouting troops help instill children and youth with values related to citizenship, character, personal fitness, and leadership.
Cub Scouting is for youth from kindergarten through 5th grade, ages 5-10.
Scouts BSA is for youth aged 11-17.
Girl Scouts is for girls in kindergarten thru high school.
Cub Scout Pack 3410
Fun and challenging activities for boys and girls in Kindergarten thru 5th grade. 4th and 5th grade children participate in advanced activities to prepare for advancement into Boy Scouts. Pack meetings are typically on the 3rd Friday of each month at 7:00pm.
Pack 3410 has been sponsored by the Christ United Methodist Church for over 60 years.
Cub Master: Todd Martin
Assistant Cub Masters: Kristie Millett, Chris Timm
Committee Chair: Kaye Poulton-Timm
Contact Pack 3410 via email: email@example.com or phone: (801) 541-9790
BSA Troop 410
Established in 1949, this troop is for youth 11 thru 17 years. This program is designed to develop character, citizenship, and personal fitness through a vigorous outdoor program and peer leadership with adult counsel. Annual Fund Raiser Buffalo BBQ held in Spring. Meetings every Monday at 7:00 PM.
Visit Troop 410: The Thundering Heard on their website or on Facebook.
Scoutmaster: Fred Kidston (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Girls' Scoutmaster: Tiana Francy (email@example.com)
Committee Chair: Kenton Bustin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Senior Patrol Leader: James Bustin (email@example.com)
BSA Troop 8410
Girl Scouts Troop 837
Troop 837 is an all-ages troop, with girls ranging in age from kindergarten to high school. The troop meets approximately twice a month during the school year on Sunday afternoons.
Some meetings are all-troop, with combined age groups meeting together, while other meetings are in age-specific breakout groups: Daisies (K-1st grade), Brownies (2nd-3rd grade), Juniors (4th-5th grade), Cadettes (6th thru 8th grades), Seniors & Ambassadors (high school).
Troop 837 does a blend of outdoor adventure, badge work, and service projects in our community. The older girls are increasingly given leadership opportunities, by planning and presenting their own meetings and by working on the multi-phase projects that earn them the highest awards from Girl Scouts (bronze, silver, and gold awards).
Administrative Troop Leader: Rebecca Utz
Rebecca will direct you to the appropriate age-group leader for your child(ren) - contact her by phone: (801) 699-5685 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org