Troop Circuit is a place where you as troop leaders can connect. A place to share, encourage and support each other. This is a place where you be able to ask questions and find tips and resource for your troop ministries. 

Believe it or not, you the leaders that are out there "Doing The Most Good" are the resources! So share what your doing, connect with one another.


What is a Moonbeam?

The Salvation Army Moonbeam program is a holistic Christian Education experience for girls and boys in pre-k and kindergarten.

Requirements

Be four or five years old (six if still in Kindergarten)
Attend four consecutive troop meetings
Learn the Moonbeam Pledge, Motto, and Prayer

What are the goals of Moonbeams?

The goal of the Moonbeam program is to help boys and girls to develop:
Positive social and communication habits
Artistic flare and giftedness through a Biblical worldview
Christian values and Biblical principles
Physical, mental, spiritual, and social development in a safe environment for learning, developing, and caring that is age appropriate and Christ centered.


What is a Sunbeam?

The Salvation Army Sunbeam program is a holistic Christian Education experience for girls in grades 1-5.

Requirements

Be, at least, in the first grade
Attend four consecutive troop meetings
Recite the Sunbeam Pledge and Declaration

What are the goals of Sunbeams?

The goal of the Sunbeam program is to help girls to develop:
Positive social and communication habits
Decision making and life skills
Character and leadership
Through a Biblical worldview by encouraging:
A sense of personal identity and character
Christian values and Biblical principles
Physical, mental, spiritual, and social development in a safe environment
for learning, developing, and caring that is age appropriate and Christ-centered


What is a Girl Guard?

The Salvation Army Girl Guard program is a holistic Christian Education experience for girls in grades 6-12.

Requirements

Be, at least, in the sixth grade
Attend four consecutive troop meetings
Understand the Girl Guard Aim

What are the goals of Girl Guards?

The goal of the Girl Guard program is to help girls to develop:
Positive social and communication habits
Decision making and life skills
Character and leadership
Through a Biblical worldview by encouraging:
A sense of personal identity and character
Christian values and Biblical principles
Physical, mental, spiritual, and social development in a safe environment
for learning, developing, and caring that is age appropriate and Christ-centered.


What is Adventure Corps?

The Adventure Corps program consists of the Explorer program (Grades 1-5) and the Ranger program (Grades 6-12).
The Explorer and Ranger programs are organized into individual troops, and sponsored by the local Salvation Army corps.

Requirements

For Explorers:
Be in at least the first grade
Attend four troop meetings
Recite the AC Prayer, Pledge, and Motto
For Rangers:
Be in at least the sixth grade
Attend four troop meetings
Recite the AC Prayer, Pledge, and Motto

What is the purpose of Adventure Corps?

The purpose of Adventure Corps is to provide a program that gives a boy an opportunity for personal growth spiritually, mentally, physically, socially; and to increase his understanding of service to others by exploring God’s Word and God’s world.
This purpose is expressed in the Adventure Corps Pledge, Prayer and Motto, which must be understood by all members, and are the guiding principles for all programs and activities.


Boy Scouts of America

The purpose of the Boy Scouts of America, incorporated on February 8, 1910, and chartered by Congress in 1916, is to provide an educational program for boys and young adults to build character, to train in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and to develop personal fitness. 

Contact your local Salvation Army for more information.

You can also learn more at the BSA website here.


What is Club 316?

Club 316 combines all our badge-earning, corps youth programs--Sunbeams, Girl Guards, and Adventure Corps--into one. If your corps is dealing with problems that make these programs hard to do on their own, Club 316 is for you!

Club 316 is meant to be tailored to your group depending on your kids specific needs. The program makes it easier to have a combined group, while still passing badges in each individual program.