Where Christ Embraces All


Campus Events

One of the strengths that SFC parents continually point out in surveys is the strong sense of community at our school. There are many events held on campus throughout the year to promote this sense of community. Our Fiesta each October, Family Dinner Nights, Walk-a-Thon, Grandparents Day, Father-Daughter Dance, and STEM Night are just a few examples.

Grandparents Day

Our grandparents are cherished by faculty, staff, and students alike. We welcome them every year at Grandparents’ Day to see the wonderful work of our students and to meet our staff. This year 880 grandparents and students shared a special day which included a prayer service and lunch.

Christmas Concert

Every year before our families leave for Christmas vacation, students in first through fifth grades sing in an evening performance filled with the soundtrack of Christmas. Each grade performs several songs followed by a sing-a-long with the audience. A perfect send off for the Christmas season!

Students in preschool and kindergarten also perform for their families earlier in the day.

Junior High Fun Nights

Twice a year our junior high students are invited to an evening purposefully designed for young teenagers. They are entertained by a DJ to dance and sing and a photo booth to capture the evening with friends, tasty treats, and board games.

Father Daughter Dance

The Father-Daughter Dance is hosted by our PTG. The event provides a special experience of family bonding.


Each spring SFC students, faculty, staff, and parents gather as a community to enjoy dinner together and present various STEAM related projects and inventions. Parents get an opportunity to observe students and teachers demonstrating cross-disciplinary concepts in action.

Mission Day


Our Family-to-Family program is another way we build community and allow for a smooth transition to SFC. The program connects a current family with an incoming family to answer any questions they may have starting in the summer and continuing through the school year.