Boy Scouts of America

BSA Scouting Program

The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation’s largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness. Langley Christian Church has been supportive of the Boy Scouts of America program since its inception.  LCC has been a Charter meeting place for Cub Scout Pack 27 and its parent BSA Troop 10.

BSA Chartered Organization Representative (COR):
Jim Gervais | Phone: 757-715-5820 | e-mail

Boy Scouts Troop 10

BSA Troop 10 meets at LCC every Monday evening from 7PM to 8:30PM.  The program is geared towards boys in grades 6 through 12 (ages 12-18).  There are varying levels of ranks towards obtaining the highest Eagle Scout rank. The Boy Scout program is centered around the boys being responsible for their own planning of camping and other events as well as helping each other with earning merit badges for rank requirements.  Parents are asked for support as needed and parental leaders are responsible for oversight and guidance. Visit Scouting.Org for more information.

Troop 10 Scoutmaster: Rich Nichols | 757-951-8244 | email
Assistant Scoutmaster: Doc Glendening | 757-880-7180 | email

Cub Scouts Pack 27

Cub Scout Pack 27 is a junior level scouting program for 1st to 5th graders (ages 6-11) that helps prepare them for Boy Scouts and life in general. There are 5 levels of Scouting based on age: Tiger, Bear, Wolf, Webelos I and Webelos II. The goal of the Cub Scout is to obtain an Arrow of Light status to cross over to the BSA program. Find out more by visiting the official CubScouts.Org website.

Pack 27 meets at LCC every Monday evening from 6:30PM-7:30PM typically in line with the school year from September through the first part of June.  Each one hour meeting is for CSA den leaders, parents and their son(s) to work on project requirements for their level. One meeting a month is a Pack meeting to update information and to give out earned rewards such as belt loops and event participation patches. The Pack tries to plan three events during the Summer break. Parents are expected to be present and involved with their child throughout the Cub Scout program to support and assist in helping their son obtain their rank’s learning requirements and participate with them in Pack events.  The Pack tries to plan monthly camping trips (weather permitting) at local parks such as Sandy Bottom, Bethel Park and Newport News Park.

Pack 27 Cubmaster:  Bob Casey