Stonehill Squires Adventurers Club
About the Club
The Adventurer Club is a Christ-centered, family ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, working under the guidance of the conference Youth Department. Adventurer club is geared toward families with children in grades pre-K through 4th grade (ages 4 through 10). The idea for this ministry came in the 1930s and was eventually formalized as the Adventurer Club in 1992 by the North American Division. Nowadays you can find chapters of Adventurer Club worldwide.
What We Do
The goal of the Adventurer Club is to help families and caregivers help their children to live for Jesus. We do this by family participation in meetings, camping, community service projects, leadership opportunities, and sharing the gospel. There is also an exciting Bible quiz bowl each year, called Bible Adventures. During meetings, Adventurers work on a curriculum that teaches how to live for Jesus; it is divided into four categories: Myself, My God, My Family, and My World. We also enjoy devotionals, songs, and worship designed for younger children. Each child earns awards (patches) and pins for completing the basic requirements and as well as other fun activities.
You can learn more about the Adventurer Club by visiting