Girl Scouts – Keepers of the Faith – Youth Groups

Girl Scouts

Girl Scout Troop 223
Leader: Barb Hall
Based out of Green Park Church in South County.
Brownies’ troop only. Meets on Tuesdays.

Girl Scout Troop 2537
South County
Leader: Lisa Delzeit
Brownies troop.

Girl Scout Troop 1776
Leader: Tia Callas
Based out of Ballwin.
Currently the troop consists of a 1st grade Daisy troop, though they welcome Kindergarteners and are open to expanding to Brownies.  This is a mix of schooled and homeschooled girls.  The troop meets on Mondays.

Girl Scout Troop 2648
Leaders:  Beth Pettibone , Becky Kern-Ryan, and Kris Klenke
Meets weekly on Fridays at St. Stephens Episcopal Church on Darst in Ferguson.  Homeschool troop for K-5 graders – Daisies through Cadettes

Keepers of the Faith

Keepers of the Faith
PO Box 100, Ironwood, MI 49938-0100
Keepers of the Faith is a Bible-based parent/child group similar to Boy/Girl Scouts with a distinctively Christian flair. Clubs are autonomous and non-denominational. Keepers at Home, the girl’s clubs, are for girls ages 4 to 18.
Local Groups:
St. Louis County Library
Daniel Boone Branch, Clarkson Road, Chesterfield, MO
Tuesdays, 7:00-8:30 p.m.

Contenders for the Faith
Contenders for the Faith, the boy’s club, is for boys ages 4 to 18.

Youth Groups

Bright Lights
PO Box 11451, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52410-1451
Bright Lights is a discipleship group to train young ladies in godliness. Groups participate in a national conferences, leadership and ministry training, and community service

Club XL
St. Louis Family Church, 17458 Chesterfield Airport Road, Chesterfield, MO 63005
Youth group, “Club XL”, meets on Wednesday nights.

Victory Fellowship Church
9820 East Watson Road, Crestwood, MO 63126
The youth group (7th grade – 12th grade) known as ZAP (Zealous Adolescent People) meets on Sunday nights at the church building from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. They emphasize worship, teaching and outside activities such as retreats, mission trips, and social activities.

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