Troop 777 was chartered in February of 2006 by The PROMiSE, a United Methodist Church in Fishers, Indiana. For the first year of existence the troop met regularly to form bonds and work on essential scouting skills required for the first class trail. “Small but Mighty” became our battle cry as we attended our first two camporee’s. From there we moved on into a phase of recruitment so that our small and mighty troop could grow a little bit bigger and a lot mightier and we’ve succeeded.
During the month of February 2007 we acquired 6 more scouts ranging in rank from Scout to Life. Not only are we very blessed, but also very excited to have those Scouts and their parents as well.
We have completed the process of revamping leadership, planning events, and taking care of logistics to become more effective in accommodating both our new members and our newer prospects–making our unit stronger as we prepare to move forward into the future.
Our Troop has nearly doubled in size each year and it is with no doubt that NOW is an exciting time for Troop 777 as we are gearing up figuratively and literally for the Troop’s next steps.
As we continued to get bigger, we soon realized that we had outgrown our home at the United Methodist Church in Fishers. With much hesitation of leaving such a wonderful group of people at the Promise Church, we have moved to the Emmanuel United Methodist Church located on the south edge of Noblesville, IN.
They have welcomed us with open arms and we look forward to a great relationship with them. They see the value that scouting offers to the youth in our communities and we look forward to growing and servicing the Scouts of the Fishers and nearby Noblesville area.
As of August 2017 – the Emmanuel United Methodist Church has agreed to be our Chartered Organization.
If you’re ready, contact us and we well most definitely welcome YOU to see what we are all about.
“To create and foster an environment that will allow the Boys of Troop 777 to grow mentally, physically, and spiritually. This environment will teach Respect, Responsibility, and Commitment. These activities are designed to improve their lives as Scouts and Citizens within the community”.