FPD students love to share God's love and serve others. Partnering together for mission trips is not only a bonding time for students, but also helps them see how they can use their talents to make an impact in communities locally, nationally, and internationally.
Recent mission trips include an annual In-Town Mission Trip, trips to Atlanta, and Casa Hogar in Mexico.
FPD students love opportunities to venture off-campus and serve others in their community, nationally, and internationally.
Sixteen FPD high school students and several faculty members spent a holiday weekend serving others in Chicago. They served at two soup kitchens - A Just Harvest and St. Thomas of Canterbury; two food pantries - Fed With Grace and Canaan Missionary Baptist; two homes for the elderly - Uptown Senior Housing and Elizabeth Woods Sr. Housing; and two agencies that serve children - Carol Robertson and Albany Park Community Center.
FPD students spent their holiday weekend serving at soup kitchens and shelters in Houston, Texas.
FPD’s service program is distinctive in that it focuses on distressed populations through mission/service trips, direct service, and indirect support of ministry agencies.
FPD’s weekly chapels are an integral part of the student experience. Students enjoy worshiping and growing in faith together.
FPD offers multiple opportunities for students to develop godly leadership.