Rhiza Pathfinder Ministry

The purpose of the Pathfinders is to bring children ages 10-15 to Christ into a growing, redemptive relationship with Christ and to build pathfinders into responsible, mature individuals who engage in active selfless service. All pathfinder leaders are Christians who work hand in hand with parents, teachers and pastors to provide optimum opportunities for Christian development. The Pathfinder Club is an extension of the home, school and church. It is an experimental laboratory where growth and learning flourish.

Our mission is to cultivate in our youth the spirit of adventure, fun, learning, camaraderie, awareness, and above all, a spirit of service to God and man.

If you are interested in registering your child, aged 10-15, use our registration form below!


Pathfinder Law


The Pathfinder Law is for me to: Keep the morning watch; Do my honest part; Care for my body; Keep a level eye; Be courteous and obedient; Walk softly in the sanctuary; Keep a song in my heart; Go on God’s errands.

Pathfinder Pledge


By the grace of God, I will be pure, kind and true. I will keep the Pathfinder Law, I will be a servant of God, And a friend to man.

Approval by Parents or Guardians


The pathfinder is at least 10 years of age or in the 5th grade. We have read the Pathfinder Pledge and Law and are willing and desirous that the applicant becomes a Pathfinder. We will assist the applicant in observing the rules of the Pathfinder organization. In consideration of the benefits derived from membership, we hereby voluntarily waive any claim against the club or the Ontario Conference of Seventh-day Adventists for any accidents, which may arise in connection with the activities of the Pathfinder Club. As parents we understand that the Pathfinder Club program is an active one for the applicant. It includes many opportunities for service, adventure, and fun. We will cooperate: (1) By learning how we can assist the applicant and his/her leaders. (2) By encouraging the applicant to take an active part in all activities. (3) By attending events to which parents are invited. (4) By assisting club leaders and by serving as leaders if called upon. (5) By supplying needed information on the Membership Application and Health Record.