Welcome !

COVID-19 UPDATE: Troop 393 is now experimenting with blended (online and face-to-face) Troop activities. We are currently using the Zoom platform for online events. Troop members should visit bsa393.org regularly for updates and more information.

Welcome to the BSA Troop 393 Website

  • Troop 393 is for boys** ages 11-17 that are interested in joining Boy Scouts of America.
  • Troop 393 meets year round at the First Baptist Church, 209 Church Street, Morrisville, NC.
  • Patrol Leader Council Meetings are the first Tuesday of the month from 7:00 - 8:30pm. 
  • Troop Committee meetings are the first Wednesday of the month from 7:00 - 8:30pm.
  • Troop meetings are held the remaining Tuesdays from 6:45 - 8:30pm.
  • Troop Courts of Honor are held approximately quarterly.

Our Troop is very diverse, comprised of 20-25 active scouts ranging in rank from Scout to Eagle. We maintain four active patrols and a depth of active adult leadership. The Troop is focused on maintaining the "out" in Scouting, consistently offering 8-10 outdoor activities a year consisting of camping, backpacking, canoe/kayaking, rafting, rock climbing and biking. The Troop also focuses on community service, managing 3-4 service projects a year that serve our local community. Troop 393 has an active Life to Eagle program for those interested in obtaining the highest honor as a Scout.

Dues for the Troop are $25 per month or $275 for the year. Dues cover the costs of camping events, courts of honor, badges and insignia, transportation costs and program materials.

** As of February 1, 2019, Boy Scouts of America created Scouts BSA, a scouting program for both boys and girls age 11-17. Although this is a national initiative, the choice to expand the Troop unit to support girls is up to each charter organization. Troop 393 is chartered by the First Baptist Church (FBC) of Morrisville. Due to the added burden of creating an all-girl Scouts BSA unit, FBC leadership has agreed to delay expanding unit membership to girls until they have had a chance to learn from other units that have successfully made this transition. FBC leadership will revisit this decision each year at recharter time.

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