Boys Brigade

THE BOYS’ BRIGADE AUSTRALIA

         

http://boys.brigadeaustralia.org/

In 2013, Boys’ Brigade celebrated it’s 130th year of operation. From humble beginnings on the 4th October 1883 at the Free College Church Mission, Glasgow to an organisation with in excess of 750,000 young people the world over.

The Object
The Advancement of Christ’s Kingdom among Boys, and the promotion of habits of Obedience, Reverence, Discipline, Self-Respect, and all that tends towards a true Christian Manliness.

The Logo & Motto


“Sure and Stedfast.” Derived from Chapter 6, verse 19 of the Book of Hebrews, “Which hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and stedfast”.  KJV

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4th LOGAN COMPANY

4thlogan.com

When do 4th Logan Company have Boys’ Brigade?

Overall, the 4th Logan Company operates on a Monday night
6:45pm – 8:30pm for Juniors
6:45pm – 9:00pm for Seniors

We follow very similarly to a regular school year cycle, comprising of 4 terms with breaks between each, and we operate from Feb to Nov.  Any changes to nights or notification of upcoming events is provided in newsletters which are emailed from our 4th Logan web master.

JUNIORS

( 8 to 11 years of age )

The eight year old is an established individual, looking to try new adventures and activities.  He is usually one of a group of friends, although many still like to explore some interests on their own.

  The Junior Section offers a lot of support and encourages this.  This program is a full and varied one, typically lasting one and a half hours with a few if any individual activities lasting more than twenty minutes.

  The young boy has a world to discover, and early concentration on one small aspect can mean that much is missed in life.  This is the time for a balanced all round program – which includes spiritual and social input, as well as physical and adventure activities.

SENIORS  

( Alphas 12 to 14 years of age )     ( Omegas 15 to 18 years of age )

Boys in their early teens are usually looking to define themselves as individuals – and this in a world that often tries to force them into a mould. For many this is a key age where habits and life styles are formed; these can be ones that are socially acceptable or those that can lead to major problems in later life.

  The Senior Section allows individuals to take part in the activities and the decisions.  A chance to make ones own point, a chance also to remain one of a group.  A chance to build friendships, a chance to make mistakes that will not be thrown back at them, where skilled staff support can present challenges fitted to the individual.  Successfully achieving one challenge is great practice for the next.

  Brigade awards provide incentive and ensure progression at a rate suitable to age and growing physical strength; there are leadership opportunities to release abundant energies in purposeful ways.

How do I contact someone from the 4th Logan Company?

Easy!  You can contact our Company Captain Aaron Palmer on 0402 908 341 [if not answered leave your name and a contact number so he can call you back] or just show up on a Monday night sometime.  We can happily provide information with details and costs related to our Company.

4th Logan will allow your boy to ‘try us out’ for up to 4 weeks to see if he likes Boys’ Brigade or not.  (a nightly fee of $4 is required to cover costs)

Are there other Companies in the area?

Yes there are!  Perhaps 4th Logan is not the easiest for access for you so just click here to find more companies in Queensland:

http://boys.brigadeaustralia.org/qld-brigade-groups