Opening Windows to God
For 60 years, Adventure Unlimited has provided enriching activities for thousands of Christian Science young people and their families
The practical and effective application of Christian Science is as much a part of our mission today as it was under Cap and Marianne Andrew’s leadership 60 years ago. Whether it’s at the A/U Ranches, DiscoveryBound Outreach events or the National Leadership Council’s program for high school teens, we seek to provide inspiring recreational, leadership, service, educational and social activities for Christian Scientists and their friends, to nurture healing and a sense of community, in an atmosphere conducive to practical reliance on Christian Science.
Adventure Unlimited’s programs touch the lives of youth, adults and families
We offer a range of experiences including leadership opportunities for youth and year-round events for teens. Adventure Unlimited can help you expand and grow your practice of Christian Science. Discover all we have to offer, and take part in an experience you won’t forget!
60th Anniversary Reunion
Attention All A/U – DB Alumni!
You won’t want to miss this celebration! Here’s your chance to get together with friends and fellow A/U – DB staff members and volunteers to reminisce about the past while having the opportunity to hear about the future of our cherished organization. Learn More
Bridges to the Future
Building Community | Serving Mankind
To better serve the next generation of Christian Scientists, Adventure Unlimited has embarked on an exciting and farreaching Campaign that will allow us to enhance programs, strengthen infrastructure and build bridges to a secure future while continuing to support tomorrow’s leaders. Learn More
The trip was an amazing two weeks with my NLC class, growing closer to my friends, exploring new environments, learning more about leadership and putting this knowledge into action, challenging myself and ultimately growing closer to God
Lily,NLC 2017E Class
Growing up in England was never easy. I went a lot of places, and I met a lot of people, but I never fit in. There was always something wrong with me. At the age of 12, I had never had a friend.
Michael,DiscoveryBound Outreach and National Leadership Council 2015E Class, A/U Ranches camper and CIT
The second I met up with the group, I felt so much love and acceptance. It was my first time skiing and I was a little nervous. I felt like I could do anything in the atmosphere DiscoveryBound created.
Ben,DiscoveryBound Outreach Participant and A/U Ranches Camper
I felt depressed and so unsatisfied with the person I was becoming. Austin [his counselor] told me that to find satisfaction in life, all we have to do is seek to glorify God. That night changed my life.
Wyatt,A/U Ranches camper