What is Royal Rangers?
This program is for both our Quakertown & Pennsburg kids and for those not yet attending our church.
Royal Rangers meet at the Pennsburg campus on Tuesday nights from 6:30-8 pm
Activity Based Boys Program:
The Royal Rangers program is an activity-based, small group church ministry for boys and young men in grades K-8th. Our mission is to evangelize, equip and empower the next generation of Christlike men and lifelong servant leaders. We provide Christlike character formation and servant leadership development for boys and young men in a highly relational and fun environment.
Men, Mentoring, Young Men:
The Royal Rangers program is a cross-generational ministry that interconnects well with children, youth and adult ministries and fits easily into the fabric of pastoral vision and into the flow of church ministries. We affirm the male hands-on, interactive learning style by featuring an intentional discipleship journey for boys and young men based on their unique design, needs and interests. Every meeting, outing or service activity is designed to encourage boys and young men in their walk with God.
The Royal Rangers program utilizes seven methods to guide boys on their journey to Christlike manhood.
Building healthy, Christ-centered relationships among men and boys
Bringing men and boys together around a variety of activities that provide something for every boy
Inviting boys to connect and belong to a community of Christlike men
Providing every boy with a pathway for growth and recognition
Growing boys into Christlike manhood through a systematic, guy-specific discipleship process
Developing servant leadership and personal growth within a small group environment
Engaging boys in service to God, their family, church, and community
Our Mentoring Process:
The Royal Rangers program is built on the premise that learning should be fun and interactive. Learning in Royal Rangers therefore follows a “hear-see-do-teach” mentoring process where boys hear instruction on a topic, sees the skill demonstrated, and are given the opportunity to do it themselves. Then, as their skills improve, they are given the opportunity to teach others, further developing their own understanding of the material.