The Salvation Army Outdoors

midland camp instructing boyThe Salvation Army Outdoors provides opportunities for kids of all ages to learn new skills, explore creation, and experience exciting adventures. The Salvation Army Outdoors seeks to equip and inspire leaders to provide youth with access to excellent opportunities by providing new and exciting training, excellent resources, and access to equipment. For more information: What is TSA Outdoors?

Archery Clubs


 Archery provides a wonderful opportunity for people of all ages, sizes, athletic abilities, and physical capabilities to build developmental assets. It helps to create a framework for northern archerygrowth in areas such as support, empowerment, boundaries and expectations, and constructive use of time.

The sense of community developed through participation in an archery club can be an effective means for attracting new members for other corps programs. Corps have used community based archery to expand and enhance day camp programs, women’s ministries (focus group), after-school and youth programs. The spiritual component based on the National Archery in the Schools Program model that works alongside community based archery makes this an ideal means of evangelism.

The Salvation Army has formed partnerships with The National Archery in Schools Program (NASP®) and Safari Club International (SCIF) to make recreational and competitive archery available to local corps and community centers.

Contact your Divisional Youth Secretary for more information about how to get started. (Archery Forms available here)

 

Fishing Clubs


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