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FCF offers Cub Scouts, and Boy Scouts all on Tuesday evenings so the whole family can participate. If you would like more information or are interested in signing up, please fill out this form and we will be in contact with you soon. Please consider joining us, we would love to have you!

Charter Organizations for scouting units “own” the unit and therefore are open to maintaining their own policies and focus of the units. This allows our FCF units to define terms and character attributes as they are described in the Bible. For example, the meaning and practice of the terms “duty to God” and “morally straight” are defined in our FCF units according to Scripture, rather than popular culture.

Leaders of FCF units are required to sign FCF’s statement of faith. Youth and non-leadership parents are not required to sign a statement of faith. Parents can be confident that those teaching their children are approaching life from the same worldview. All parents are encouraged to stick around and join in or just fellowship with other parents. Family is important and kids love to experience the programs alongside their parents.

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5:30 PM- 6:30 PM
Boys ages 5-10
Tabor Barrick


FCF Pack 112 is a Christian Cub Scout Pack. It is a balanced program and outlook on life achieved through learning, activity, and outdoor adventure. Scouts participate in sports and other activities, but they also learn about responsibility. Scouting teaches responsibility in our families, with our friends, as citizens, and as caretakers of our planet. It’s not just about providing activities for the boys but about building character. Cub Scouts is character training.

Participation is open to the community.
More details available at http://www.pack112.com

Cub Scouts was started by the Boy Scouts in 1930 and is designed as a family program.  We work together with you, the parent, to achieve the purposes of Cub Scouting.  The 10 purposes of Cub Scouting are:

Character Development
Spiritual Growth
Good Citizenship
Sportsmanship and Fitness
Family Understanding
Respectful Relationships
Personal Achievement
Friendly Service
Fun and Adventure
Preparation for Boy Scouts

All of our Cub Scout activities are based around the above purposes and we believe that all of these should be done under the guidance of God’s word. We recognize God in all that we do and thank Him for all that we do. 

Boy Scouts Group photo 22-23

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7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Boys ages 11-18
Preston Korn


FCF Troop 39 is a Christian Boy Scout Troop. Our primary desire is to raise up young men in the training and admonition of the Lord.  Scouting is a tool we use to accomplish this.

Participation in Troop 39 is open to the community.
For more details visit http://www.fcftroop39.com



To raise up boys into Godly men who will stand and do their duty to God and country, help other people, and keep themselves physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight as described in the Bible.

Service, Honor, and Duty on the Trail to Eagle. Troop 39 believes in a program that:

  • Encourages a saving relationship with Christ
  • Promotes a life of honoring and glorifying God
  • Emphasizes outdoor experiences and community service
  • Provides opportunities for leadership development
  • Provides an appreciation of our environment
  • Promotes a life exemplifying the Scout Oath and Law


Photos taken by David Irvine at www.dmirvinephotography.com