Pennsylvania Oath Keepers
Our mission is to support our communities through a balanced approach of education, preparedness training, networking and non-partisan political action. We are a volunteer organization of active, retired, and veteran military, law enforcement, first-responders, as well as everyday patriotic citizens who have or are willing to pledge an oath to protect and uphold the Constitution of the United States of America in order to secure the rights and freedoms of all Americans.
Our goal is to maintain a statewide cadre of professional, balanced and caring, men and women who will educate and empower those around them with an understanding of the Constitution, current events and preparedness skills. To this end we have established county chapters all across the Commonwealth. These chapters are the vehicle to unite our communities, train their members with valuable life skills resulting in a greater protection of our Commonwealth. This cannot be done without dedicated men and women who care about their country.
We are a looking to recruit any and all level-headed, principled Americans who can unite behind the idea of protecting the rights of all Americans. We have a Code of Conduct that is very important to us, because we want members who can work through differences and maintain a focus of unity, so we can be leaders within our communities.
A complete copy of our corporate bylaws can be found Here.
If you would like to get involved or learn more, click the Contact tab and submit a message, and we will be sure to respond as quickly as possible.
The Pennsylvania Oath Keepers are not associated with any other local or national organization. We aren’t a militia. The National Militia Act of 1903 defines an organized militia as a military force that is raised from the civilian population to supplement a regular army in an emergency. While we train to be as prepared and competent as an organized militia, we will serve only when called on by a competent civilian authority.
Our three key missions:
The home guard, which trains and prepares members to meet natural or man-made disasters with security, supplies and skills.
To promote public awareness through deeds and actions by instilling patriotism, supporting one another and respecting the Constitution of the United States and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
To uphold the system of checks and balances by holding elected and appointed officials accountable, ensuring that their performance is in line with the Constitutions.