grade school-aged programs

religious ed

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little flowers

Little Flowers is a program for our elementary-aged girls (first grade – fifth grade). We focus on learning about and growing in virtue as we get to know the Saints and our Faith.

We also strive to offer opportunities for the girls to develop relationships through social activities and acts of service during the year.

We generally meet twice a month, with an overall virtue theme per month.  One meeting during the month is focused on learning about saints that embody a particular virtue, while the second meeting offers an opportunity for social and/or service activities.

grace girls

A girls’ youth group for 4-5th grade.  GG is designed to bridge the gap between Little Flowers and Strong Fish Club.  As the girls have matured past the LF stage, we focus on starting to build deeper healthy relationships among the girls.  We try to strengthen their communication and hospitality skills so they know how to reach out and love one another and other girls that they encounter in their lives.  We help them learn these skills through crafts, games, discussions and prayer time. We also plan some parties and do acts of service to practice these skills.  We hope we are helping to lay a foundation that will help them become strong in their faith and relationships as they navigate the teen years.

Cub scouts

The main vision for CCR Scouting is to be the avenue for boys, prior to youth group (1st – 5th grade), to grow in Character, Leadership, and Fellowship together.  

CCR Scouting uses the Boy Scouts of America curriculum to aide us in providing the avenue to teach these boys how to grow in Character.

Pack 429 motto: Character First

Cub Scout Motto: Do Your Best


Pack 429’s principles

Pack 429 and CCR have three main principles that encompass the whole pack program.

I. Character Development

            A. 12 Character Connections of Cub Scouts

                        - Citizenship                           - Compassion

                        - Cooperation                        - Courage

                        - Faith                                     - Health and fitness

                        - Honesty                                - Perseverance

                        - Positive attitude                   - Resourcefulness

                        - Respect                                 - Responsibility


            B. Faith
                    - Fostering, building, providing life examples,                                                   Scout faith programs

II. Leadership Training

            A. Service
                    - CCR setup, food and toy drives, litter pickup, etc.

            B. Pack activities
                    - Flag, Skits, Presentations, etc.

III. Relationship Building

            A. Trans-generational

                        - Father-sons
                        - Man to Man
                        - Older boys - younger boys
                        - Boys within their age groups