Exhibiting Christ’s Love through Service
Community service at FFCS takes many forms. From raising money to support various mission groups, to serving at the Ring and Sing, to supporting FFCS families in a variety of ways, our goal is to instill in our students’ a desire to be the hands and feet of Jesus. Service opportunities have included:
- High School Mission Trip
- Salvation Army Ring and Sing
- Spirit Week Mission Fundraising
- Cards and Letters to Area Senior Citizens
- Student performances at Mallard Landing
- Habitat for Humanity Home Building
- North County Food Bank Food Drive
- Camp Attitude
A group from FFCHS served at Camp Attitude for a week. Camp Attitude is where kids with any kind of disability can go and have tons of fun while being immersed in a Christ-centered atmosphere. They get to do things like ride horses, ride boats on the lake, have water fights, and even participate in a talent show!
The FFCS Food Drive was a huge success! Students donated hundreds of pounds of food to the Clark County Food Bank.