What Does a Ranger Kid Do?
Rangers is fun and meaningful so you will enjoy yourself with great friends and adult leaders who will guide and support you on your journey to becoming a Christlike leader. Ranger Kids meet weekly at an Assembly of God church in your area. There you will earn badges that will teach you skills from how to tie knots to being a great helper in your church and community. As you grow bigger, you will be given more and more responsibility that will boost your confidence and leadership abilities.
What do I need to bring to Rangers?
Your church will let you know what uniform they prefer, but most Ranger Kids wear a vest on which they proudly display their patches. Every boy needs a Ranger Kids handbook in which their leaders can mark off their progress and parents can learn more about what you need to learn. We also encourage you to bring your Bible and $1 collection (called dues) to your weekly meetings.
As a guy, you'd often like to bring show-and-tell items. This is a great way to share your interests and build relationships with others, but we encourage your parents to review these items beforehand to ensure appropriateness and responsibility levels.
What events can I take part in?
Ranger Kids are invited to take part in Sectional Ranger Kid Camps and Ranger Derby Car Races. Your Outpost will also have events planned for you at the local group level. Just remember this: Royal Rangers is a series of experiences. You do fun things and learn new skills. The best experiences aren't confined to a meeting room.