Boy Scouts of America (BSA)

Saint Bede Catholic Church sponsors a Cub Scout Pack and a Boy Scout Troop.  Both are year-round programs following the BSA mission to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.  Tremendous opportunities are presented for personal growth and education, in addition to learning about service and the outdoors.  If your son is interested in making friends and memories, while learning to live by Scout values, principles, and morals, please visit our Pack or Troop to see this exciting ministry in action.  Contact information is available at the bottom of this page. 

Cub Scout Program (boys ages 7-11)

Saint Bede Catholic Church is the chartering organization for BSA Pack 1932 “Path to Adventure”.  We have a vibrant Pack with over 40 Scouts and welcome boys ages 5-10 (grades K-5th) to join.  Our Cub Scouts meet on most Tuesday evenings during the school year from 6:30-7:30 pm, at the church.  We have monthly outing which includes, Jamestown Settlement, Police/Fire stations, Williamsburg Christmas Parade, swimming, and other exciting outings. Our leadership is made up of parents and experienced Scouters who lead by example and provide a Catholic moral underpinning to the Scouting program.  Most of our boys earn their religious emblem award and Pack was awarded the National Catholic Unit Excellence Award.   Pack activities are open to the family, and siblings are welcome to participate.  Come visit us to learn more about Scouting.

Boy Scout Program (boys ages 11-17)

Saint Bede Catholic Church is the chartering organization for BSA Troop 1932 in Williamsburg VA.  We have an energetic group of over 20 Scouts and 10 adult Scouters that meet 2 to 3 times a month on Monday evenings, 6:30-8:00 pm, at the church.  Senior Boy Scouts lead meetings where the Troop works on Scouting skills and a wide range of Merit Badge activities, as well as plans for monthly outings.  Many outings are outdoor adventures ranging from weekend camping to multi-day Appalachian Trail hikes, James River canoe trips, and even a Catholic Retreat-o-Ree.  Scouting helps youth achieve the aims of strengthening character, physical and mental fitness, and good citizenship.

Contact Information

For more information on the Cub Scouts, please contact the Cubmaster, Mrs. Robin Rose,, Committee Chair Peter Dreher 757-565-0525 or visit the pack website

For more information on the Boy Scouts, please contact the Scoutmaster, Mr. Craig Baller, at 757-817-3883, or at or visit the troop website at