Southeastern California Conference has policies and procedures unique to this conference. Adventurer leaders are required to be aware of and follow these policies and procedures when organizing and leading out at the local church.
Along with this information the Adventurer leader should also have the Adventurer Manual, produced by the North American Division Adventist Youth Ministries, available at SECC Youth Ministries. It contains an immense wealth of information and ideas for making a club successful.
We hope that this information will help you plan your Pathfinder year in the most efficient and productive way.
Church Board Adventurer Representation
As stated in the SDA Church Manual and NAD Adventurer Manual, the Adventurer director will be a memeber of the local church board. It is important that the Adventurer director be an active member of the board and work to serve the needs of both the church and the Adventurer club.
Parent/Care Giver Attends All Adventurer Outings
Adventuring involves the whole family. The program aims to strengthen the parent/child relationship as well as to further the child's development in spiritual, physical, mental, and social areas. For this reason a parent/care giver will participate in the meetings and accompany Adventurers/Eager Beavers/Little Lambs on all outings.
Point System is not Used in Adventurers
Adventurer clubs do not use the points system to earn yearly conference-wide trophies. Recognition is given to all clubs that participate in conference activities.
It is no longer mandatory for Adventurerclubs to purchase an SECC Policy Book since all of the policies are online. If you feel you need the SECC Adventurer Policy Book in a hard copy format, you can special order this item by submitting an order form.
- SECC Adventurer Policy Book Order Form