Spiritual Life

Community Service is built into our curriculum at each grade level.

Our goal in Spiritual Development and Servant Leadership is to develop students spiritually, ensuring they are ready to stand and defend their faith.  UFCA is intentional in training students to serve others through peer mentorship, discipleship, and community service.
We desire for students to develop a personal relationship with Jesus and to understand their unique roles in His kingdom plan. We work towards an understanding of their true identity in Christ through an environment where they can experience the deep love of the Father for themselves.

Be the Blessing

Every elementary class is paired with an Upper School grade.  These “Buddy Classes” enjoy having Chapel together, reading Bible stories, playing games together, and encouraging each other.    The Buddy Classes work together on various Serve Opportunities such as Operation Christmas Child and Samaritan’s Feet.

Operation Christmas Child

Every year UFCA students collect items and assemble 300 boxes for OCC.  Buddy classes compete to bring in the most items.   The High School spends a day volunteering at the OCC Warehouse to pack up the boxes and ship them all over the world.

UFCA Serves

We have a dedicated school day each year, called UFCA SERVES, a school-wide day of serving the local Charlotte community with an opportunity for students to recap their experience and share testimonies with each other.

UFCA is proud to serve with these Community Partners

Ally Rola

Director of Spiritual Life

Hey Everyone!

Working as the Director of Spiritual Life at United Faith Christian Academy is my favorite!  When I was six-years-old I told my mom about a dream I had where I was telling people about Jesus.   She asked me if that’s what I wanted to do with my life and excitedly replied, “Yes!”
Over 20 years later I’m doing exactly that!  I have the opportunity to run chapels, lead advisory, and teach middle school Bible class.  It has been a dream come true!  UFCA is truly a place where students are able to experience Jesus.  My deepest desire is that every student would leave UFCA not having a single doubt about His great love for them.  It is such a privilege to lead these students, one I do not take lightly.
We have chapel every Wednesday where we generally begin with a time of worship and then get into the Word.  Following chapel, students head to advisory where they have the opportunity to ask questions, and dig deeper into the message.
The best is yet to come for us and for the lives of each person at UFCA!
I’m excited for you to be a part of it!

United Faith Christian Academy holds ACTS and AdvancEd (SACS-CASI) accreditation meaning the academic and spiritual education your child receives at UFCA is the highest caliber. We offer a smaller school environment, a qualified faculty and curriculum presented from a biblical worldview. We have four areas of emphasis: Academics, Athletics, Fine Arts and Spiritual Development.

Ms Rola

Ally Rola

Director of Spiritual Life