Difference between revisions of "Spiritual Fellowship"

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(Note: The larger spiritual reality could include, but is not limited to: a relationship with God, Allah, Jehovah, Heavenly Father, Supreme Being, the eightfold path of Buddhism, a Higher Power, a connection with nature and the earth and a connection with the global community.)
 
(Note: The larger spiritual reality could include, but is not limited to: a relationship with God, Allah, Jehovah, Heavenly Father, Supreme Being, the eightfold path of Buddhism, a Higher Power, a connection with nature and the earth and a connection with the global community.)
  
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For Cub Scouts through to Rover Scouts, youth may choose to work on their Religion-in-Life badge with requirements as set out by their faith group. A list of the faith groups and PDF’s of the requirements are found at www.scouts.ca  (Scouters Tab – Program Resources – Religion in Life – then Religion In Life under Volunteer Toolkit)
  
 
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Revision as of 15:07, 20 August 2015

Youth members have experiences that help them recognize that they are part of a larger spiritual reality and learn to respect the spiritual choices of others.

(Note: The larger spiritual reality could include, but is not limited to: a relationship with God, Allah, Jehovah, Heavenly Father, Supreme Being, the eightfold path of Buddhism, a Higher Power, a connection with nature and the earth and a connection with the global community.)

For Cub Scouts through to Rover Scouts, youth may choose to work on their Religion-in-Life badge with requirements as set out by their faith group. A list of the faith groups and PDF’s of the requirements are found at www.scouts.ca (Scouters Tab – Program Resources – Religion in Life – then Religion In Life under Volunteer Toolkit)