Is giving back and serving the community important to your family?
Fort Bend Christian Academy does not believe that our mission is hypothetical or theoretical. The families of Fort Bend Christian Academy believe that we are called to be the hands and feet of Christ. As part of the school’s annual service and philanthropic tradition called Eagle Week, upper school students are given a unique opportunity to serve locally, throughout the U.S. and abroad.
This year our local Houston/Sugar Land mission teams worked with Friends of North Richmond, Pink Elementary and Silverado Memory Care Community while our international mission teams traveled to Jamaica, Costa Rica, Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Uganda and Romania. In the U.S., students traveled to New Orleans, North Carolina, Washington D.C. and San Antonio.
Acts of service included: washing windows and dishes, folding laundry, scrubbing floors, brushing and feeding horses, making blankets, building, demolishing, painting, translating dancing Salsa and Merengue, worshiping, donating food, making crafts, playing soccer, playing with children and praying with people of all ages and walks of life.
FBCA visited nine countries and served nearly a thousand people!
At Fort Bend Christian Academy, students learn in a global environment, embrace diversity and develop a passion for philanthropy.
For more information about the service and leadership opportunities, visit www.fortbendchristian.org.