Opening Windows to God
For over 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 Andrews’ leadership more than 60 years ago. Whether it’s at the A/U Ranches and its 100 Elk Outdoor Center or in DiscoveryBound’s Outreach, National Leadership Council or Compass programs, we seek to provide recreational adventure, leadership, service, education and community activities that foster spiritual growth and healing in an environment where Christian Science is lived. Adventure Unlimited is an inclusive organization serving the broader Christian Science community, and in that spirit, our programs serve each individual as a child of God and support his or her spiritual growth and healing.
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!
Summer at the A/U Ranches
Our experiences inspire and change lives. At the A/U Ranches you’ll find a Christian Science atmosphere of learning and support and staff dedicated to helping you see the role God plays in your life. It’s fun, friends and a spiritual foundation! Learn More
Bridges to the Future
Building Community | Serving Mankind
With immense gratitude to the 976 donors and many others who supported this effort, we are delighted to report that we exceeded our $16.5 million Bridges to the Future Campaign goal! $16,894,896 was donated to fund program expansion, capital projects, capacity building and endowments.
(NLC) was – and is – an experience that I carry with me at every point. It has forced me to grow, it has shaped me, and it has opened the door to so many amazing experiences.
Michaela,NLC 2021P Class
I so look forward to being able to chaperone as a way to give back and stand witness to the same growth in others that I experienced. I’m still learning, as we all are, but I owe so much of who I am to DiscoveryBound.
Amanda,DiscoveryBound Outreach 20s/30s and National Leadership Council (Class of 2014S)
I was completely blown away by my first camp experience. A huge part of that was the incredible staff of counselors guiding and supporting me every step of the way.
Chris,A/U Ranches camper