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531 Speedwell Ave, Morris Plains, NJ 07950     973-538-2224

Scout Troops

These organizations operate in the Borough of Morris Plains but are not affiliated with the Borough government.

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Girl Scouts

Girl Scouts prepares girls for a lifetime of leadership, success, and adventure in a safe, no-limits place designed for and by girls.

Morris Plains Girl Scouts are part of the Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey Council which serves girls ages 5-18 in 160 communities in Bergen, Morris, Passaic, Sussex and northern Warren counties, bringing the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to more than 24,000 girls and nearly 13,000 adult members.

Find us at our website for more information about Girl Scouts, how to join or to become a volunteer.

Cub Scout Pack 0233 St Paul’s Episcopal Church

Pack 233 generally serves Kindergarten through 5th graders in Morris Plains, NJ. We are year-round fun for boys and their parents. The Cub Scout program is designed to teach life skills and instill the values of the Scout Oath and Scout Law.

Contact: Robert Davies

Phone: (973) 964-8582


Pack Website:

BSA Troop 39

About Our Troop

Troop 39 is a Scout-led troop in Morris Plains for boys ages 11 to 17, where Scouts develop a foundation of leadership and collaboration skills that are carried forward as they move into adulthood.  The Scouts, not the adults, plan what trips to take, choose their peer leaders, and make pivotal decisions about how the troop is run.  Troop members are encouraged to earn merit badges in a variety of important life skills and are supported by the troop every step of the way.

Established in 1930, Troop 39 has developed and honored over 90 Eagle Scouts – the BSA’s highest and most coveted rank, which remains a nationally recognized achievement.  As a Scout, our troop members learn valuable life skills through a strong program of outdoor and other interest-based pursuits coupled with community service and leadership.  They enjoy traditional activities such as camping, canoeing, backpacking, and cooking over a fire that they build themselves. They also explore interests in the arts, science, and technology.

The Boy Scouts of America mission is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.


During the school year, Troop 39 meets on Monday evenings at the Presbyterian Church of Morris Plains to plan camping trips, community service events and learning required to earn rank advancement.  Troop 39 belongs to the Fishawack District of Patriots’ Path Council, Boy Scouts of America.

Do you know a girl aged 11 to 17 who’d enjoy Scouting?  Troop 39 of Morris Plains is a male Scout troop, but Scouts BSA offers the same great program for girls through female troops in the area, such as Troop 1936 of Morristown.  The first class of female Eagle Scouts was honored across the country in 2020.  (Please note that Scouts BSA is a different program than Girl Scouts of USA.)


Presbyterian Church of Morris Plains
400 Speedwell Avenue
Morris Plains, NJ  07950

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