Loganville FUMC’s scouting units and its trained, adult volunteer leadership believe that helping youth is key to building a more conscientious, responsible and productive society.
By participating in monthly outdoor activities such as camping, hiking and community-service projects, scouts learn the responsibilities and values of citizenship and personal fitness. Through additional activities, such as a week-long summer camp, scouting delivers fun with a purpose, conveying to members scouting’s core values of faith in God, personal integrity and patriotism.
Chartered by Loganville FUMC in 1997, Boy Scout Troop 536 serves 11 through 18-year-old boys.
Loganville FUMC also chartered Cub Scout Pack 535 in 1987. Pack 535 provides a program for Kindergarten through 5th grade youth.
This high-adventure program serves boys and girls ages 14 through 21.
Girl Scout Troop 13670 and Girl Scout Troop 13290 provide programs for girls in our community from kindergarten through high school.