Due to lack of organization, North’s Fields of Faith has been cancelled. Instead, members of Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) will be carpooling to Troy high school and joining in the festivities there on October 10.
“Sometimes you just have to let things fall apart,” parent sponsor Debbie McFarland said. “We hope to pick up the pieces and do it again next year.”
Fields of Faith is an annual event for FCA members in which they can receive an in depth spiritual connection through interacting with other students who share their same beliefs. The night consists of a guest speaker and several student testimonies- or personal stories about how God impacted their lives. Then the students gather around in a circle, hold hands, and one by one they each say a small prayer.
“The atmosphere is just incredibly moving,” Huddle-Up leader Zac Fletcher said.
FCA meets every Thursday in the evening at Harvester Church of the Nazarene. Their meetings include playing games, eating pizzas, and getting into groups to talk about their faith, life, and Christ.
“It’s a wonderful chance to get together with new people and worship God,” junior member Megan Hampson said.