Become a leader

We need you

Through sharing the gospel with young people and teaching them the word of God and how to apply it to their lives on a regular basis, it resonates with all involved. Royal Rangers can give children and young people another place, other than school and church to off load, learn from their leaders, peers and prepare them for their future.

Royal Rangers is fun for both our young people and leaders and offers a chance to get away from the busyness and stresses of life and enjoy unforgettable experiences.

When leaders are enthusiastic and eager to want children within their outpost and church to understand what it is to have a relationship with God, they, in turn, will be blessed.

What do I need to become a leader?

1. You will need to be a member of a church that runs a Royal Rangers programme or be a part of a supporting church that is thinking of starting a group.
2. You'll be over 18 and a committed Christian that can commit to our organisational ethos.
3. It goes without saying that you'll love working with children and young people and have a real passion for this ministry!

Safeguarding and child protection

As a ministry we aim to make Royal Rangers a safe place for all children and young people, whether they are in an outpost meeting or on a foreign camp.
All leaders must attend a child protection and safeguarding course every other year. This is often ran alongside other relevant training. It equips the leaders and ensures a safe environment for all involved.

With God’s help, I will do my best to serve God, my church, and my fellowman; to live by the Ranger Code; to make the Golden Rule my daily rule.

The Royal Rangers Pledge

Who would be interested in attending Royal Rangers?

Royal Rangers offers a programme for children ages 5-17.

All meetings are age appropriate and provide a perfect mix of fun and accomplishment.

Although you may have Pioneer Rangers in the same room as Expedition Rangers, all Rangers are taught that the big look after the small, in any situation.

As Rangers progress through the merit system they receive recognition for their achievements. They will be encouraged to mentor younger Rangers teaching them the skills that they have learnt, before becoming Junior leaders.

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