LDS Scouting

Resource for LDS Scouters




This Web site links to documents that are getting a little old, but are useful.

Program Updates for 2015/2016 are available at
2014 Version Scouting Handbook for Church Units in the United States

LDS Cub Scout Resources –  LDS Cub Scout Program and Training for Cub Scout Leaders

LDS Boy Scout Resources –  Be a trained leader! The Youth deserve the best you can be!

You received a call to be a leader in Scouts; now what? Review position descriptions.
A updated version of the LDS BSA Dictionary is now available from Kip Twitchell. Thanks!

Review the Scouting Handbook then go online and become a trained leader at Remember that all leaders complete Youth Protection and Register with BSA before they work with the Scouts in local units!

“There is no religious side to the Movement. The whole of it is based on religion,
that is, on the realization and service of God.”
Lord Baden-Powell

“…every man learn his duty, and to act in the office in which he is appointed, in all diligence”
(D&C 107:99)

“Scouting adds adventure to quorum programs.”
Thane J. Packer

“The promise of the Scout Oath and the twelve points of Scout Law prepare young men for the 21st century.”
President Gordon B. Hinckley

“Scouting is an excellent program which develops character in young men. I am grateful for the influence of Scouting in my life and the lives of my sons and grandsons.”
President James E. Faust

This site is an attempt to bring together a ready reference of resources available to adult and youth leaders who work with the Aaronic priesthood to help them accomplish the purposes of the Aaronic Priesthood. Since scouting is the activity arm of the Aaronic Priesthood, we have attempted to weave scouting into the training material.

Joanne Osmond
If you want to post other LDS friendly Wood Badge Course, Little Philmont, or announcements, please e-mail the information and flyer to

This is not an official site of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or of the Boy Scouts of America.


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