Welcome to Troop 121's Website

Welcome to Troop 121!

Troop 121 is a distinctly Christian Troop serving South Orange County. We are chartered out of Stonecreek Christian Church in Rancho Santa Margarita meeting most Mondays from 7:00pm - 8:30pm. Troop 121 is high adventure with monthly camp outs and semi monthly outings. We serve young men from fifth grade through 18 years of age. Family participation is strongly encouraged and necessary for the functioning of our outfit. Due to our following the Lord Jesus, we draw from Tustin to San Clemente.


"Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us," - Hebrews 12:1 (NIV)



Troop 121 Mission

Troop 121's Boy Scout program at Stonecreek Christian Church is designed to develop Christian character and teach life skills to young boys so that they will be a positive influence reflecting high moral and ethical leadership in their community.

The Boy Scouts program is a boy-run organization with adults guiding, coaching and empowering boys as they develop into Christian leaders. Our vision is to use this program as a vehicle to instill Christ-centered values that will develop into a strong and positive witness for Christ.

Troop 121 is a balanced program with day events like hikes and bikes rides, weekend camp outs with merit badge and camp fire events, week long programs like summer camp and training events, high adventure programs with weekend and long term back packing and water treks.

In Troop 121 you can start out slow and graduate into more challenging programs or hit the ground running.  "We are all about the boys" so each level of program is constructed to allow a boy to advance at his skill level and ability.

 Webelos and New Scouts

Troop 121 has a plan to train new scouts that join to insure their fun and success in the program. Basic scouting skills are taught along with safety and first aid programs.

Merit badge classes are offered as well as instructional training so that a scout can become quickly qualified to start to participate in high adventure and more challenging scouting events. No other organization teaches young men to become leaders and how to lead like scouting.

Information & Resources

This web site is designed to help you obtain general information, find out more about scouting, prepare for an event, locate training, sign up for activities and keep you informed. Take some time and look around in the links provided and remember to have fun as you get to know the exciting world of scouting.

Troop 121 offers a wide range of High Adventure programs that are planned by the Scouts in our Troop.


Hiking, rock climbing and camping photos

Troop 121 runs a fun and exciting backpacking program for all levels of backpackers. Start with a basic overnight event and advance to snow shoe treks and sleeping in snow caves.  Training is conducted by our High Adventure trained staff.  

Water Trek

Water Trek's range from White Water Rafting, heading down the Colorado River in Canoes, Kayaking in the Ocean, taking a slow trip down a back country stream or just fishing on a lake.

Climbing Adventures

Over coming a challenge is what Troop 121 is all about and our climbing program sets the pace.  With our own BSA certified climbing instructors and our own equipment, Troop 121 can take you from simple bouldering to 5.8 climbs and repels.

Rifle, Shot Gun and Black Powder

Fire arm safety and proper training hit the target with Troop 121's trained BSA/NRA certified instructors.  Whether you like target shooting or challenging trap and skeet shooting, Troop 121 has a great program for the shooting enthusiast. 

Hiking and Biking

If you prefer hitting the trail for a day or weekend event, Troop 121 has different events throughout the year that are fun.


Charter Organization

Troop 121 is proud to have Stonecreek Christian Church in Rancho Santa Margarita as its sponsor.

Founded in 1988, and located in Rancho Santa Margarita, California, Stonecreek Christian Church is a non-denominational, family-oriented congregation aspiring to emulate the authenticity and fervor of the first century church.

By serving as doers of God’s Word, we seek to inspire and foster sincere followers of Jesus in response to God’s abundant grace and salvation. We cherish the Bible as the literal and divinely inspired Word of God.

Moving forward, Stonecreek desires to serve as a beacon of God’s love and offer a fortified faith to those who desire it, becoming a united group compelled to action in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.


More information about Stonecreek Christian Church

is available at:   http://www.stonecreek.org/



Jayson Bautista's Eagle Scout Project

Posted on Jan 14 2021 - 8:18am
Hello Troop 121,
I would like to make everyone aware of my upcoming Eagle Project, which is scheduled for Saturday February 6th.  My church is moving to a new location and needs some work done in the children and youth outdoor area. We will be sanding and repainting two picnic tables and eight benches. There is also a small stage that needs to get torn apart and hauled away. If that gets done quickly, we will rake up the pine needles behind the church building.  The address for my church is:

Carson Smith's Eagle Scout Project

Posted on Jan 10 2021 - 9:25pm
I am pleased to announce that my Eagle Project is scheduled for Saturday, January 16 from 8 am to about 11am. Please get there 5-10 minutes early to make sure we have enough time to check everyone in. We will be planting about 750 small, 1 gallon plants and 12 large, 15 gallon trees on a hill. The hill is on the side of Trabuco Circle next to the YMCA, 27341 Trabuco Cir, Mission Viejo, CA 92692. Bathrooms are across the street in the YMCA. There is plenty of room to park on the street, but do not park in the YMCA parking lot. I will have some bottled water, but I suggest bringing your own bottle because I will have a water jug to refill it. You will need to bring your own shovel, mask, sun protection, work gloves, suitable footwear(boots) because we will be working on a hill, and a waiver for the city. Please remember to sign up on the website. 

Bishop Evans' Eagle Scout Project

Posted on Jan 6 2021 - 9:51pm

My Eagle Scout Project is scheduled for January 9th.  Please see the details of my project below.


26300-26498 Via Damasco

Meeting this week

Posted on Dec 8 2020 - 7:21pm

Stay safe: Don't come if you are sick, bring chairs/masks, stay 6 feet away. See guidelines for complete rules. (here)
At Stonecreek Church - Separate by Patrols! Gift Exchange this week!

Join Facebook

Posted on Jan 16 2019 - 11:51pm

If you would like to join the Troop Facebook group to share photos/videos click "Join our Facebook Group"

New Member Paperwork

Posted on Dec 12 2018 - 10:24am

You need a paper application for both scout & adult (get it a Monday Night Meeting); adults need Youth Protection Training (YPT)
You need to complete the "recharter" paper work if you are new and once a year in November: (Forms click here)
Other resources (uniform guide, what to buy now vs. later, how to take YPT, etc) is in the "Welcome New Members" area (click here)

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