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If you are a volunteer, we want you to know that YOU make FCA happen. It is through your time and service, FCA as a whole and in Wyoming exists in your schools, sports, and communities. 


And if you are here because you want to learn more about volunteering, you have landed on the right place.  

What are the ways you can help FCA in your area? 

Western Wyoming FCA Huddles

"A certified small group Bible Study/devotions for coaches and athletes." 

Team Huddles, Multi-Sport, and Coaches. For campus or community. Lead. Attend. Help. 

FCA Camps

 "A certified ministry event that uses the annual theme and scripture for athletes and coaches to develop athletic skills, create influential relationship and encounter Jesus Christ." 

Camps include coaches, leadership, partnership, power, sports, team camps. Contact Jim Hamilton to learn more about camp volunteer opportunities for Northern Black Hills Sport Camp in Spearfish, South Dakota. 

Coach Ministry Program  for Western Wyoming FCA 

"Coaches Ministry consists of many platforms: A certified, small Bible study for coaches of all levels, event led by FCA staff for short-term gatherings with fellowship and discipleship, 3D coaching leadership programs." 

Lead. Attend. Help. For more information, check out our COACHES MINISTRY page. 

Western Wyoming FCA Leadership Boards

 "A leadership board is a voluntary advisory board of leaders in a community or region who love Jesus Christ, care about coaches and sports, and recognize the incredible platform the athletics provides to impact their for Jesus Christ."  

If you are interested in serving on our leadership boards, feel free to contact Jim Hamilton.

What FCA Volunteers Say:

The first reason that I do FCA is that I believe it is the greatest way to spread the good news of Christ to student-athletes in the public school. Secondly, I have realized that serving Him is one of the most important things I can do as a Christian.

- Jim Horn, KW Huddle Coach 

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