Campus Ministry

Campus Ministry is an important part of FCA's overall ministry and is also one of the four C's.

We have created an entire online platform called Campus 101 so you can learn how to do Campus Ministry.It's designed to give every athlete, coach and volunteer a place to go and learn about what FCA campus ministry is and, more importantly, how to do it effectively.

To get started,click throughthis brief Powerpoint presentation to familarize yourself with the four components.
Click here for Powerpoint presentation page

Then, visit FCACampus101.com to take the FCA ministry to your campus!

* Take a look at the Student Leader Application Process and Timeline HERE

 

Student Rights on Campus

Partnering with the Alliance Defense Fund, ADF has developed a support network for those students, parents and teachers facing legal challenges on their campuses. FCA has the legal right to meet on high school and college campuses across the country where other student led groups meet as well.

Student Rights Handbook (PDF File)

Ministry Leader Application Form (MLA)

If you are an adult and desire to serve in the FCA ministry, complete and submit a MLA form.

Student Leader Application Form (SLA)

If you are a student and interested in leading on your campus, complete and submit a SLA form.


Campus 101 Introduction Video

 

2014 Certified Huddles

Camden High School

Cape Hatteras High School

Cape Hatteras Middle School

Chowan Middle School

Currituck High School

First Flight High School

First Flight Middle School

Gates County High School

John A. Holmes High School

Kitty Hawk Elementary School

Manteo High School

Moyock Middle School

Northeastern High School

Pasquotank High School

Perquimans Middle School

River Road Middle School


Northeast NC Counties

These are the seven counties served by the Northeast NC FCA:

  • Camden
  • Chowan
  • Currituck
  • Dare
  • Gates
  • Pasquotank
  • Perquimans

FCA Student Leader Application Process and Deadlines

1.       Each leadership team should consist of 4 – 6 student leaders (50% athletes minimum)

2.       Current leadership team can nominate other students to apply, but they must be bought before the adult leaders to be carefully reviewed before asking them

a.      Adult leaders can make announcements at FCA meeting about new leadership process but must outline briefly expectations and process

b.      Students should be sought out individually and recruited rather than go through a “popularity” vote by FCA students or just asked by another student

3.       Student leadership applications made available from March 1 until March 15th  – to be filled out and turned back in to Huddle Coach at your school – students CANNOT serve as FCA leaders without this Student Leader Application!

a.      Students should realize that just because you turn in a form does not guarantee you a leadership spot

b.      Students should be carefully vetted by interviews with youth pastors, teachers, and coaches

4.       Huddle Coach and FCA staff to meet and go through the applications from March 16th until April 15th, along with student interviews with Huddle Coach and FCA staff

5.       New student leadership team to be selected by April 22nd by FCA staff, Huddle Coach, and the Student Leadership Team; new leaders to shadow current leaders for a four week period

6.       New team to be introduced and installed at FCA meeting by mid-May and finish out the year

7.       Leaders to go to FCA Leadership Camp during the summer and meet at least three times prior to beginning of school to plan, pray, and prepare for upcoming year

8.       Leaders attend FCA Kick-Off and other training events during the year

9.       Leaders will go to www.fcacampus101.com to create account and complete training