The Duty to God Weekend is open to all youth from Kindergarten through 12th grade and adults. All are welcome (siblings, youth groups, etc.) as a student does not need to be a Scout to participate.
Detailed info for each program can be found using the links below:
Protestant programs at www.praypub.org
Catholic programs at www.nccs-bsa.org
This year, we will offer the RP3 programs (Protestant) and NCCS Religious Activity programs (Catholic). These programs can be used to meet some/all Adventure Loop requirements (Cub Scouts) and Duty to God requirements (Scouts BSA). Participants will receive a patch upon completion! Adults can also participate and earn the patch. For more info, go to:
Protestant* at www.praypub.org/rp3
Catholic at www.nccs-bsa.org/index.php/religious-activities
*we have been given permission to use a modified version of the RP3 program for the weekend to ensure completion over the weekend.
Check-in starts at 6:00 PM
Orientation at 8:00 PM
No meals are served
Classes from 9:00 AM to 4:45PM
Campfire at sundown
Breakfast, lunch and dinner served
Classes from 8:00 to 9:45AM
Church service (led by the God & Church class) with graduation immediately after starting at 10:00 AM
Campsite gates close at noon
Grade/Age of Student
1st -3rd grade
2nd – 3rd grade †
4th – 5th grade
6th – 8th grade
9th – 12th grade
7th-8th or 10th-12th grade†
CUB SCOUT REGISTRATION FEES
Until May 6th – $70 per student with one free adult
After May 6th – $80 per student
A Parent/Guardian/Mentor is required to attend the class with each Cub Scout.
SCOUTS BSA/VENTURER REGISTRATION FEES
Until May 6th – $50 per Student with one free adult
After May 6th – $60 per Student
Participating Adult – $0 (one adult can come with a Cubscout or Scouts BSA for no charge)
Additional participating youth family members – $50
Additional adult family members – $25 each
Registration includes Saturday breakfast, lunch and dinner, and Sunday breakfast, course workbook, patch, and materials
WHAT TO BRING
Bible, uniform, sleeping bag, extra clothes and shoes, toilet gear, any personal gear, sun screen, camera, flashlight. Check our Website for your specific award for additional items at: www.DutytoGodWeekend.com
Some Adirondacks are available and ready – but you should bring your own tent.
† A student can earn the RP3 awards or NCCS Religious Activity awards once the primary award (in bold) for his/her age group has been earned.
*Students in these denoted classes will complete many, but not all, of the requirements for the award (ex. 30 days of Bible reading).
**The Catholic Pope Pius XII (High School) award needs to be done in the Scouts home diocese and cannot be started during this weekend. Students can still participate in the NCSS Religious Activity.
All Cub Scouts (K-5th) must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Scouts BSA (6th-12th) must have an adult onsite who is responsible for them. No exceptions.
Adults who are not with Cub Scouts can participate in the RP3 Program, NCCS Religious Activity or Chaplain Training.
| 3685 Looper Lake Rd, Gainesville, GA 30506|
|} May 20, 2022 to May 22, 2022|
| Friday, 06:00 pm to 12:00 pm|
| (706) 693-2446 x124|
|n Pack, Troop|
| Tom Atkinson|