"On my honor, I will do my best to do my duty to God and my country..."

– from the Boy Scout Oath

"On my honor, I will try to serve God and my country..."

– from the Girl Scout Promise

"On my honor, I will do my best to serve God and my country..."

- from the Trail Life USA Oath

"I promise to love God..."

– from the American Heritage Girls Oath

"...I will ...be faithful in my religious duties..."

– from the Venturing Code

What is MCCS?

Members of the Churches of Christ for Scouting (MCCS) is dedicated to helping youth develop servant hearts for Christ.

MCCS is an organization, independent of but recognized by the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), Girls Scouts of the U.S.A. (GSUSA), Trail Life USA (TLUSA) and American Heritage Girls (AHG)programs.

The mission of MCCS is to: interpret scouting to Churches of Christ, encourage the use of scouting by members of Churches of Christ, and promote spiritual growth by encouraging use of the Servant Leadership Series

MCCS Hiking Staff Medallions

MCCS now has Hiking Staff Medallions. These are heavy brass medallions that will last a lifetime and show your proud association with MCCS. They are solid brass with the red, black and white of the MCCS patch emblem overlayed.

This is a great gift to accompany an award presentation or to say thank you to a troop member, friend, counselor, or mentor. They are 1 1/2 inches tall. They look great on wooden hiking staves and are a great addition to a TLUSA Trailman’s standard or a scout hiking staff.

MCCS Chair Addresses BSA Religious Relationships Task Force

MCCS National Chairman Houston Costolo addressed the Religious Relationships Task Force of the Boy Scouts America at its Fall Meeting in Dallas, Texas. Costolo presented a proposal to require that a Scout must earn one of his faith group’s Religious Emblems to show that he has satisfactorily demonstrated “Duty to God” before he can apply for the Eagle Scout Award. The proposal if adopted, would take several years to make it through the various commit tees on changes to advancement requirements...