FCA Coaches Camp
Black Mountain, NC

June 28 – July 2, 2021



SORRY, but Coaches Camp is full.  If you would like to be placed on a waiting list, please email Stacey Turner at sturner@fca.org.

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes Coaches Camp is for married or single coaches and their families.  Designed to minister, equip and encourage the entire family through fellowship, small groups, Bible study, fun competition and prayer!



Black Mountain Blue Ridge – Two miles off Interstate 40, fifteen miles east of Asheville. Traveling on I-40 take Exit 64, “Black Mountain/Montreat” and turn south on Highway 9. Proceed less than one-half mile and go straight on Blue Ridge Road. Travel .9 mile and turn left at small Blue Ridge Assembly sign, then proceed to our entrance.



Registration officially begins at 12:00 noon on Monday, June 28th. Camp housing may not be available until later that afternoon. The first official camp meeting will be at 4:30 pm.  The first meal is Monday evening at 5:30 pm.

Camp Give-A-ways

Each adult will receive an FCA Camp T-shirt, lanyard, notebook and FCA Bible. Each child will receive an FCA Camp T-shirt, lanyard and school-age children FCA Bible.

 In compliance with local laws, PETS ARE NOT ALLOWED

Special Notes

Nursery will be provided for children birth to 2 years of age.  Exciting ministry programs will be provided for children 3-5 and 6-11 years old.

2021 Camp Fees

Adult (12 – older) $560/adult
Children (Ages 3 – 11) $310/child
Children (0-2) $150/child

Camp Staff Contacts

Stacey Turner – Camp Admin
sturner@fca.org or (864) 616-8751


This Year’s Theme:  Pursue

“Pursue righteousness and a godly life, along with faith, love, perseverance, and gentleness.”
(1 Timothy 6:11)

What’s the truth we want coaches and athletes to experience this year?

It’s important that we continue exercising the truth that our identity in Christ is greater than our identity in sports by pursuing Jesus and the calling that He has on our life for this next season. Our prayer is that coaches and athletes will move from a state of uncertainty to a position of confidence as a result of their pursuit of Jesus.

Pursue Truth

Rather than pursuing material things that won’t last, it’s important to pursue the ultimate truth that can only be found in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We can be in pursuit of that truth by reading Scripture, praying, and desiring accountability with other believers.

Pursue Life

It’s important to not be consumed with unhealthy motivations that drive you into meaningless pursuits. If we open our heart to God and allow Him to examine it, we will find ourselves in a position of surrender that will help us pursue the rich and satisfying life that can be found in a relationship with Jesus Christ.

Pursue Team

Part of taking the next step in your faith journey is to realize that we can’t go it alone. We need a righteous and encouraging team to do life with!

Pursue Mission

God has a specific calling on each of our lives. It’s important to begin to pursue our mission and start walking in the fullness of what God has laid out for us to do.

Check out highlights from prior camps below!




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