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Since 1966, the FCA Ministry has been present on campuses all across the country. The Campus Ministry is initiated and led by student-athletes and coaches on junior high, high school and college campuses.
The purpose of Campus Ministry, through various types, has been to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with the lost and to seek to grow and mature a follower of Jesus Christ. The “win” of Campus Ministry is to see campuses impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of athletes and coaches.
FCA Campus Ministry Types
FCA Huddles - A regularly scheduled gathering for the purpose of evangelism, discipleship, outreach and fellowship using the platform of athletics.
- Team Bible Studies - A targeted study within a unique team setting/environment that encourages and challenges team members to live and compete according to biblical principles.
- Coaches Bible Studies - A targeted study with a unique coach’s setting/environment that encourages and challenges coaches to live and compete according to biblical principles.
- Chaplain Programs - A relationship driven ministry that reaches a specific team (athletes and coaches) through chapel meetings and spiritual/character development.
Who Leads FCA Meetings?
- Student-Athletes lead FCA campus ministry
- Coaches/Sponsors provide support and oversight
- FCA Staff Support provide resources, training and encouragement
Who Can Attend FCA?
- Huddles - Everyone and anyone is invited to attend an FCA Huddle.
- Team Studies – Members of the individual team hosting the team study.
- Coaches Bible Studies – Any and all coaches on campus.
- Chaplain Program – all members of the team are invited to be involved.
Where Does FCA Campus Ministry Takes Place?
FCA Campus Ministry groups are held at various locations on and off campus. This can be in classrooms, auditoriums, gyms, libraries, homes, churches, etc. Meeting sites are selected by local leadership.
When Does FCA Campus Ministry Take Place?
FCA Campus Ministry groups are held on campus during non-instructional time. They can also held off campus. This can be before school, during lunch periods, after school, after practice, in the evening, etc. Meeting times are selected by local leadership.