Boy Scouts of America - TROOP 414

Spring, Texas

Training boys to become godly men

Troop 414

Troop 414 is a unit in the Phoenix District of the Sam Houston Area Council (SHAC) of the Boy Scouts of America. Our chartered partner is Champion Forest Baptist Church, 15555 Stuebner Airline Rd Houston, TX 77069.

Troop Meetings are held an average of three times per month on Monday evenings at the Champion Forest Baptist Church's Multi-Purpose Building, which is located in the southwest corner of the parking lot of the church. The Troop camps once a month. Please join us as we continue our trek down the Scouting Trail.

Our Troop Meetings are typically held on Monday evenings. Monday meetings seem to be ideal for scouts and parents with busy weekend schedules that include sports activities in addition to Scouting.

The size of our troop allows the scout many opportunities to learn leadership skills, receive individual attention, and earn merit badges with the goal of achieving Eagle rank.

We have an active group of parent volunteers, many of whom are former scouts and are dedicated to helping our boys shape a program that is fun, rewarding, and meaningful.

Fun . . . Tradition . . . Learning . . . Personal growth . . . Rank Advancement

These are the core elements that define Troop 414. Whether it's:

All these are part of the Scouting experience at Troop 414.

Troop 414 Brochure

New Scout Uniforms

The Boy Scouts of America has designed a new Scout uniform for the Centennial. This uniform has been created as an option for Scouts to wear. The current uniform is not being replaced. There is a brochure with information on the new uniform.

Troop 414 on Lake Somerville Trail Bridge
Troop 414 backpacking trek along Lake Somerville trail