We are reaching the world for Jesus

Below are some of the ways Faith Christian School has expressed our love for missions.

James 2 Community Kitchen

Some of our school store proceeds have gone to James 2 Kitchen.

Union Gospel Mission

Junior high students have served at UGM, and 5th & 6th graders collecting toilet paper to donate.

Samaritan’s Purse

Each year we collect shoe box gifts and take them into Salem for transport around the world. Last year we took in more than 100! The school store students have also purchased mosquito nets, fishing supplies, and chickens with their profits.

Marion/Polk Food Share

First grade class leads a canned food drive.

Dallas Retirement Village

FCS performed our Christmas program for them and the preschool and kindergarten made decorations for their bulletin board. Also various classes have visited and performed.

World Vision

Our 7th and 8th grade class has gone to Tacoma and worked in their missions center as volunteers.


We have a special chapel service each year to honor the veterans in our area. We serve them breakfast and perform for them. Ours students have also written letters to men and woman serving in Afghanistan. Our junior high students were invited to welcome Honor Flight Vets in Washington DC. They stood for 45 minutes and shook hands with veterans.

Camp Attitude

The 5th and 6th grade class had a pop can drive to raise money to sponsor one camper. We have had several school families and teachers work on the servant team during the summer and some of our students work as Buddies. Our junior high class spent several days up at camp cleaning and getting the camp ready for use in the spring.

Salvation Army

Our 1st and 2nd grade classes were bell ringers at the mall during Christmas season.

Homeless Project

At Christmastime, the Kindergarten class designed and constructed granola bars with a dollar bill and love note wrapped around them to be handed out from your car to homeless people at intersections.

Christmas Cheer

We collected tuna fish to be given out in the Christmas cheer boxes and several of our school families and students helped the morning the boxes were assembled.

Missionary Letters

Our students write letters to support and encourage church missionaries.

Mercy Childcare Uganda

We have had the privilege to form a friendship with the director and the children of Mercy Childcare. Our leadership class sponsors a child from Mercy at $40 a month. There are ten children total who are sponsored by staff or parents from FCS. The students gave an offering of over $5,300 (to help build the new babies’ home) after a week of various missions and fund raising activities:

• Sold hot lunch to school kids

• Talent show proceeds

• Pancake Breakfast

• Sold Val-o-grams

• Collected money in piggy banks for jobs around the house