Royal Rangers
Reach, Teach and Keep Boys for Christ

Royal Rangers is a mentoring program which focuses on Christ-like character and servant leadership development for boys and young men in kindergarten through fifth grade in a highly relational and fun environment.

Ministering to boys in the United States and in over 65 countries, Royal Rangers uses Bible study and memorization, devotionals, outdoor and camping activities and Christian role models to evangelize, equip and empower the next generation for lifelong servant leadership.

Personal advancement is one of the core methods of the Royal Rangers program. Each age group in Royal Rangers provides an advancement trail that is both challenging and rewarding.

Ranger Kids, for young boys in kindgarten through second grade, is made up of three advancement trails called Elk, Wolverine and Cougar. To earn each trail’s patch, four awards must be earned along the trail. The individual steps that the Ranger Kid must take to earn each award are directed to help him grow physically, spiritually, mentally and socially.

Discovery Rangers, for boys in third through fifth grade, allows new skill development such as camping, building models, giving first aid, and cooking, all while learning about God and His Word and working towards steps on the Advancement Trail. Rangers work on merits to receive new patches and chances to complete a new advancement step toward the Trail to the Eagle. The Trail includes earning three medals in the program that focus on Christ-like service accomplishments.

Royal Rangers meet Wednesday Nights during Family Night at Trinity Chapel at 7 PM in the Family Life Center.

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For more information, please contact Chad Goodrich, Royal Rangers Senior Commander, at or call 502-425-1636. For more information concerning National Royal Rangers, click on the image above.