Question for the group regarding a 10 commandment hike


I got this email from a Scouter and though I didn’t have any knowledge of this I told them I would post it and see if anyone else can help.


I was wondering if you have seen any 10 commandment hike or religious trails type patches? Our district is hosting the next 10 Commandment Hike but in the past they gave undated medals. This coming year I am heading the event and cant seem to find any ideas out in the web world for suggestions or ideas. Do you know of any? This is a hike where all Scouts walk from church to church to hear about 1 commandment at each church with a little history of the building and about thier faith.. about 10 min in each church.


If you can steer me to any ideas or seen any patches you have pictures of that would be awesome as at this point Im pretty lost. We are trying to decide if we should make this a patch or pin like the ones at Disney World. If you know any vendors that would be great on the pins that would be good too. Our Council says we have to use their patch vendor ( something about copyright laws with the BSA) but if you know a patch person that would be great.


Email Pamela at



Have sent Pamela some info and will send her some sample patches


By thebar on April 30th, 2012 at 3:53 pm

Nice! I got this google link from a Facebook friend.

By jason on May 1st, 2012 at 2:51 am

jason;3479 wrote: Nice! I got this google link from a Facebook friend.

Nice find, but the P.R.A.Y. description of the hike as interfaith is incorrect. Since each stop focuses on one of the 10 commandments, they’re presumably all Christian churches of some sort, making it interdenominational at best. An interfaith hike would include Christian churches, Jewish synagogues, Buddhist temples, Muslim mosques, Hindu temples, etc. In any case, it sounds like you found what Pamela was looking for.

By ISCA87L on May 1st, 2012 at 10:19 pm

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