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council religious emblems coordinator
COUNCIL Religious Emblems Coordinator
  • Is appointed by the Vice President of Program
  • Sets goals with Council Advancement Committee
  • Disseminates information to District REC’s
  • Disseminates information through:
    • Trainings
      • Professional staff
      • College of Commissioners Science
      • University of Scouting
      • New leader training
    • Program at Summer Camp and Day Camp
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COUNCIL Religious Emblems Coordinator
  • Is appointed by the Vice President of Program
  • Sets goals with Council Advancement Committee
  • Disseminates information to District REC’s
  • Disseminates information through:
    • Trainings
      • Professional staff
      • College of Commissioners Science
      • University of Scouting
      • New leader training
    • Program at Summer Camp and Day Camp

● Encourages interaction / collaboration / sharing with the

entire Religious Emblems Coordinator team within the

council and beyond.

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Council

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Council

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R. Chip Turner

council religious emblems coordinator2
COUNCIL Religious Emblems Coordinator
  • If the Religious Relationships Committee works primarily with the faith community, the Religious Emblems Coordinator focuses specifically on raising awareness of religious emblems and increasing usage.
  • The REC can learn through the RR Committee which Faith Committees are sponsoring retreats and which congregations are offering classes
district religious emblems coordinator
DISTRICT Religious Emblems Coordinator
  • Is appointed by District Program Chair
  • Sets goals with District Program Chair & Committee
  • Disseminates information to Units
  • Disseminates information through:
    • Re-charter packets
    • Roundtables
    • Camporees
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DISTRICT Religious Emblems Coordinator
  • Encourages Unit Committees to set goals (i.e. number of religious emblems that will be earned that year)
  • Recruits “presenters” to make presentations on religious emblems. Ask clergy of chartered partners, leaders of units that promote religious emblems, Chaplains, etc.
get off to a great start wear the patch
Get Off to A Great Start…Wear the Patch!

Idea: Patch Presentation Ceremony

SKU #614660

SKU #614645

SKU

#618744

rec s relating to and working together

Council Advancement

Comm.

REC’s Relating to and Working Together

Religious

Relationships

Comm. / Faith

Sources of Rel. Emblems

Usage Stats.

= special events

rec s relating to and working together1

Council Advancement

Comm.

REC’s Relating to and Working Together

Religious

Relationships

Comm. / Faith

Sources of Rel. Emblems

Usage Stats.

▪PRAY Cncl. Contact

▪Diocesan Scout Com.

▪LDS/BSA Cncl. Com.

= special events

rec s relating to and working together2

Council Advancement

Comm.

REC’s Relating to and Working Together

Help Enlist/Train District REC’s ►

◄ Council/District Goals ►

Secure/Share Data on Emb. Earned ►

Religious

Relationships

Comm. / Faith

Sources of Rel. Emblems

Usage Stats.

= special events

rec s relating to and working together3

Council Advancement

Comm.

REC’s Relating to and Working Together

Help Enlist/Train District REC’s ►

◄ Council/District Goals ►

Secure/Share Data on Emb. Earned ►

Religious

Relationships

Comm. / Faith

Sources of Rel. Emblems

Usage Stats.

Roundtables,

Leader Events,

Training

= special events

rec s relating to and working together4

Council Advancement

Comm.

REC’s Relating to and Working Together

Help Enlist/Train District REC’s ►

◄ Council/District Goals ►

Secure/Share Data on Emb. Earned ►

Religious

Relationships

Comm. / Faith

Encourage Units to Select UREC’s/Train ►

◄ District/Unit Goals ►

◄ Share Data on Emb Earned in Unit

Sources of Rel. Emblems

Usage Stats.

Roundtables,

Leader Events,

Training

= special events

rec s relating to and working together5

Council Advancement

Comm.

District Advancement

Comm.

Pack, Troop, Crew Comm.

REC’s Relating to and Working Together

Chartered Orgs. / Clergy / FBO’s

Encourage Units to

Select UREC’s/Train►

◄Dist/Unit Goals►

◄Share Emb Data

Enlist/Tr. DREC’s►

◄Cncl/Dist Goals►

Secure/Share Data on

Emb. Earned►

Religious

Relationships

Comm. / Faith

Scouts, Parents, Leaders

Sources of Rel. Emblems

Usage Stats.

Roundtables,

Leader Events,

Training

= special events

setting reaching goals
Setting & Reaching Goals
  • Number of Emblems Earned

By Faith

    • By District
    • By Unit

*

setting reaching goals1
Setting & Reaching Goals
  • Number of Presentations Made to Units
    • By UREC’s
    • By Unit Leaders
    • By District REC or Team
setting reaching goals2
Setting & Reaching Goals
  • Number of Congregations

Offering Religious Emblems

Classes

setting reaching goals3
Setting & Reaching Goals
  • Number of Religious Emblems Special Events (Religious Emblems Camps/Retreats, 10 Commandment or Scout Law Hikes, etc.)
    • By Council
    • By District
setting reaching goals4
Setting & Reaching Goals
  • Number of Leader Training Event Presentations
    • By Council
      • University of Scouting
      • Pow Wow
      • College of Commissioners Science
    • By District
      • Roundtables
      • _____________________
setting reaching goals5
Setting & Reaching Goals
  • Number of Religious Emblems Promotions/Displays
  • By Council
    • Council Annual Banquet
    • Council Camporee
    • Scout Show
    • Wood Badge
    • Summer Camp
    • Cub Day Camp
    • OA Events
    • Professional Staff Training
    • Cub Family Adventure
    • Cub Day Camp
    • Nat. Youth Leader Trng.
    • Cub Scout / Boy Scout / Venturing Leader Trng.
    • College of Comm. Science
    • University of Scouting
    • ____________________
setting reaching goals6
Setting & Reaching Goals
  • Number of Religious Emblems Promotions/Displays
    • By District
      • District Banquet
      • Order of the Arrow Chapter Events
      • District Camporee
      • Training Events
      • Roundtable
      • ____________________
      • ____________________
setting reaching goals7
Setting & Reaching Goals
  • Number of Religious Emblems Promotions/Displays
    • By Unit
      • Blue and Gold Banquet
      • Courts of Honor
      • Scout Sunday / Scout Sabbath
      • Chartered Organization and Unit Websites
      • Chartered Organization and Unit Mailouts / Newsletters
      • Orders of Worship, Bulletin Boards, Posters in Chartered Organization Facilities
setting reaching goals8
Setting & Reaching Goals
  • Number of Religious Emblems Introductory Courses
    • Weeklong Summer Camp

“Duty to God” Emphasis

(daily devotional guide;

“Duty to God” patches)

    • Orientation for Parents at

Summer Camp Visitation

setting reaching goals9
Setting & Reaching Goals
  • Number of Religious Emblems Awards Presentations/Recognitions
    • By Council
      • Council Religious Emblems Awards Banquet
      • Special Faith Based Organization Presentation Events Such as Bishop’s Presentation Day
    • By District
      • District Religious Emblems Awards Banquet
    • By Unit
      • Scout Sunday or Scout Sabbath
      • Courts of Honor
a 3 part communication plan
A 3-Part Communication Plan

Meet Strategically

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A 3-Part Communication Plan

Meet Strategically

Email Regularly

a 3 part communication plan2
A 3-Part Communication Plan

Meet Strategically

Email Regularly

Share Constantly

coordinating rec s
Coordinating REC’s

Communication!

►Council & District REC’sMeet Strategically

1. At Least Quarterly

2. Participate When Possible in Council and

District Annual Planning

3. Become Fully Engaged on the Council and District

Advancement Committees

Meet Strategically . . . Email Regularly . . . Share Constantly

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Coordinating REC’s

Communication!

►District & Unit REC’sMeet Strategically

1. At Least Semi-Annually To Establish and Maintain Communication As Well As Coordinate Efforts

Meet Strategically . . . Email Regularly . . . Share Constantly

coordinating rec s2
Coordinating REC’s

Communication!

►Council, District & Unit REC’s Email Regularly

1. Establish Ongoing Communication through

Use of Email

Meet Strategically . . . Email Regularly . . . Share Constantly

coordinating rec s3
Coordinating REC’s

Communication!

►Council, District & Unit REC’s Share Constantly

1. Establish A Timely Delivery System for Religious

Emblems Usage Data from Faith Groups and

P.R.A.Y.

2. Encourage Others with Proven Methods and

Success Stories

3. Distribute Info on Special Events, Classes, etc.

Meet Strategically . . . Email Regularly . . . Share Constantly

rec s relating to and working together6

Council Advancement

Comm.

District Advancement

Comm.

Pack, Troop, Crew Comm.

REC’s Relating to and Working Together

Chartered Orgs. / Clergy / FBO’s

Encourage Units to

Select UREC’s/Train►

◄Dist/Unit Goals►

◄Share Emb Data

Enlist/Tr. DREC’s►

◄Cncl/Dist Goals►

Secure/Share Data on

Emb. Earned►

Religious

Relationships

Comm. / Faith

Scouts, Parents, Leaders

Sources of Rel. Emblems

Usage Stats.

Roundtables,

Leader Events,

Training

= special events

rec s relating to and working together7

Council Advancement

Comm.

District Advancement

Comm.

Pack, Troop, Crew Comm.

REC’s Relating to and Working Together

Chartered Orgs. / Clergy / FBO’s

Encourage Units to

Select UREC’s/Train►

◄Dist/Unit Goals►

◄Share Emb Data

Enlist/Tr. DREC’s►

◄Cncl/Dist Goals►

Secure/Share Data on

Emb. Earned►

Religious

Relationships

Comm. / Faith

Scouts, Parents, Leaders

Sources of Rel. Emblems

Usage Stats.

Roundtables,

Leader Events,

Training

= special events

unit chaplain and unit re coordinator
Unit Chaplain and Unit RE Coordinator

Unit Religious Emblems Coordinator

Serve as a member of the unit committee.

Acquaint all youth with the religious emblems program and the emblems available from their faith group.

Provide Scout families and clergy with an orientation to the religious emblems program and encourage their involvement.

Urge all youth in the unit to earn the religious emblem(s) of their faith.

Disseminate information to the unit’s Scouts and Scouters about any district or council religious emblems activities, retreats, camps, etc.

Promote religious emblems usage like the Boy Scouts of America promotes other youth advancement.

Coordinate the establishment of goals and track the number of religious emblems completed each year.

Serve as the unit’s liaison to the District Religious Emblems Coordinator.

Troop / Unit Chaplain

1. Assure members and leaders of your

interest in them and their activities.

2. Provide a spiritual tone for all unit meetings

and camping experiences.

3. Provide spiritual counseling service when

needed or requested.

4. Provide opportunities for all young people

in the unit to grow in their relationship with

God and their fellow Scouts or Venturers.

5. Encourage Scouts and Venturers to

participate in the religious emblems

program of their respective faith.

6. Be familiar with the “Chaplain Aide” section

of this handbook.

7. Work with the unit’s chaplain aide to plan

and conduct an annual Scout-oriented

religious observance, preferably during Scout

Week in February.

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Know & Use Your Resources

►www.scouting.org/scoutsource/Awards/ReligiousAwards.aspx

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●Clickable Chart

●Duty to God Brochure

/ Printable Chart

●Frequently Asked

Questions

●How to Get Started

●REC Video

●Additional Resources

(praypub.org/rec)

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Know & Use Your Resources

►www.scouting.org/scoutsource/Awards/ReligiousAwards.aspx

►www.praypub.org/urec

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www.praypub.org/urec

New

Patch

SKU#

618744

(7/5/13)

New Page

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Know & Use Your Resources

►www.scouting.org/scoutsource/Awards/ReligiousAwards.aspx

►www.praypub.org/urec

► www.praypub.org/rec

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Know & Use Your Resources

►www.scouting.org/scoutsource/Awards/ReligiousAwards.aspx

►www.praypub.org/urec

► www.praypub.org/rec

► Faith-Specific(not an exhaustive list)

■ Catholic – www.nccs-bsa.org

■ Protestant / Independent / Some Others

– www.praypub.org

■ Jewish – www.jewishscouting.org

■ Islamic – www.islamicscouting.org

■ Numerous Other Sites Listed in the

Duty to God Brochure

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