Nondenominational scouting members firmly believe that individuals should show respect and understanding for the religious beliefs of others. We do not associate ourselves with any particular religion, and expect our members to be open-minded and tolerant of various faiths and no faith at all. It is our conviction that the only way we are going to survive as a species is to respect our differences and learn to live together regardless of our beliefs.
Activities we Cover in Nondenominational Scouting
The main activities we cover under non-denominational scouting include outdoor activities such as hiking, backpacking, camping, fishing, riding, tubing, skating, skiing, boarding, sports events, Yoga, meditation, games, team building challenges, survival skills, arts & crafts, community service etc.
Navigators USA follows a secular initiative that helps to provide equitable opportunities for every individual to reach their highest potential without any religious favouritism.
There is no distinction, irrespective of age, gender, or religious belief.
Youngsters and children develop into adults with experience dealing with all challenges in life.
What our Navigators say
Everyone was really kind of standoffish at first because, you know, you don't know anybody and you don't know how they're going to react to some random person coming up to you. But once everyone got comfortable around each other, we just all kind of had fun, especially the senior year.
People like different things, and they don't like certain things, so it's kind of interesting to meet new people and understand what they like and what they don't like.
My favorite part was making new friends, like discovering things like fire safety or search rescue always been a great experience.
Nondenominational Scouting Questions Answered
Why Should you Join Nondenominational Scouting?
You should join this scouting chapter because of its overall inclusivity.