Girl Scouts Celebrate Spirituality & Faith

Faith is at the heart of Girl Scouting, and it’s been integral to the Girl Scout tradition since its founding in 1912. As part of the Girl Scout Promise, Girl Scouts have pledged to “serve God” and to “help people at all times.”

This Sunday members of our Girl Scout Troops will lift up their voices and shared values for Girl Scout Sunday, a longstanding tradition where girls explore the powerful connections between their faith and Girl Scouting.

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Through Girl Scouts, girls have endless opportunities to discover and nurture their interests, connect with others, and take action to better the world around them, all while strengthening their connection to their faith.

When girls are deeply rooted in their faith, they grow into compassionate leaders who inspire positive change in their communities. Girl Scouts locally —and across the world—are finding ways to share their love and compassion to make the world a better place.

We are grateful to everyone at Green Hill Presbyterian Church for supporting Girl Scouts and fostering a place where girls can grow in leadership and faith together.

We’re the Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama. With support from dedicated adult volunteers, parents and staff, we deliver the best Girl Scout experience to more than 7, 000 members: 5,000 girls and 2,700 adults in a 30-county area within southern Alabama. Our council’s offices are located in Montgomery and Mobile. We enjoy four camp properties: Camp Humming Hills (Elba), Camp Sid Edmonds (Bay Minette), Kamp Kiwanis (Eclectic), and Scoutshire Woods (Citronelle).

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