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About Camp Ministry

Why FCA Camp?

FCA Camp takes the best attributes of an athletic-focused camp and a spiritual-focused camp and combines them into an athletic/spiritual experience like none other. FCA Camp removes athletes and coaches from the rut and routine of their sport, friends/co-workers and community and places them into an exciting, healthy, athletic environment that allows them to pursue their passion for sport and clearly see and hear the Christ’s passion for them.

Who Can go to Camp?

Student Athletes

FCA Camp provides a week to remember for student-athletes at all levels. Check the type of camp you are interested in attending, and then verify the ages offered for that camp.


FCA provides camps for coaches to be spiritually, relationally and professionally refreshed.

Types of FCA Camps

  • Sports Camp – “Training the Total Athlete.” Develops athletes mentally, physically, and spiritually.
  • Leadership Camp – “Building Effective Leaders.” Trains athletes to be spiritual leaders in their personal lives, on their teams and on their campuses.
  • Coaches Camp – “Connecting Coaches to Christ.” Challenges coaches in their faith and family life.
  • Power Camp – “Laying the Groundwork.” Develops young athletes in their faith and sport.
  • Partnership Camp – “Common Mission.” Works with other ministries and organizations to do sports ministry.
  • Team Camp – “Strengthening the Bond.” Equips teams with spiritual principles through competition.
  • International Camp – “Worldwide Impact.” Reaches athletes around the world.

Inspiration & Perspiration 

To learn more about the local FCA camps, click on the links below:




What is Total Athlete Camp at UCLA?

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes operates the Total Athlete Camp with the goal of it being a week of inspiration and perspiration.  It will challenge athletes on and off the field or court as they are instructed through biblical teaching and trained in their sport.  Campers stay in the dorms on a beautiful campus, eat in great cafeterias, and compete at excellent facilities.

Our sports are lead by college coaches from around California and practices are structured so that each participant can improve, whether trying to make a JV team or pursue a college athletic career.  The 7 practice sessions balance instruction and competition.

All campers are split into "huddles": small groups divided by age and sport, led by a current college athlete.  Huddles spend the majority of camp together, they are housed together, eat together, practice together, sit together at programs, and enjoy huddle meetings that unpack the camp experience.

Our camp vision is that every attendee will improve athletically, connect relationally, and encounter Jesus Christ powerfully.