Servant leadership is built into our curriculum at each grade level.

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.  We do accomplish our goal by intentionally training students to serve others through peer mentorship, discipleship, and community service.


Our vision is to bring each of our children into a transformational encounter with Jesus Christ.  One way we accomplish this goal is through our weekly chapel service.  During these services, students experience a time of corporate worship and Christ focused, inspirational teaching.
Chapel services aren’t just faculty and staff led.  Students are encouraged to lead in our Praise Band, as guest speakers and behind the scenes.  It is our hope that our weekly gatherings help our students to understand and live out their lives from a Biblical perspective, identifying their unique gifts and talents so that they might impact the world for Jesus Christ.


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