Rocky Mountain Pathfinders
Equipping Young, christ-centered Leaders in an uncertain world
With over 30 clubs and 600 members, RMC Pathfinder's make up a large percentage of Adventist youth in the Rocky Mountain Conference today. Pathfinders represent the best of our young people as they strive to uphold high-standards, work to achieve new honors, study to grow closer to Christ, and fellowship with one another through club, area, and conference events.
Interested in becoming a Pathfinder? First, check with your local Seventh-day Adventist faith community to see if there is an active club in your area. Contact us if you’re struggling to find information on a club or are interested in starting a new club in your area!
We encourage young people currently enrolled in grades 5 through 10 to join Pathfinders.
Younger? Check out Adventurers!
Older? Check with your local pastor or director for information on how to become a volunteer leader through the Master Guide program.
Rocky Mountain Adventurers
Providing Kids a safe, family friendly environment to experience christ through wonder, learning and adventure
The Rocky Mountain Conference currently supports over 15 Adventurer clubs — each of which provides a safe environment for children to develop spiritually while participating in fun-activities and family-centered events!
The Adventurer program is designed for children from pre-k through 4th grade.
If you’re interested in enrolling your children in an Adventurer club, please check with your local Seventh-day Adventist faith community to see if there is already a recognized club in your area. Contact us if you’re having trouble finding a club or are interested in chartering a new chapter.