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At Jones County Junior College, we want every coach and athlete to have the opportunity to experience a relationship with Jesus Christ.

We seek to give this opportunity in many ways...

Team Huddles. A Team Huddle is a time for just members of that team to have Prayer, Bible Study, and Discussion. Jones has at least 8 active Team Huddles.

Multi-Sport Huddles. There will be 2 Multi-Sport Huddles at Jones, one open to everyone once week, and another of hand selected leaders from each team. The Lead Team Huddle will weekly challenge athletic leaders to lead their teams from inside the locker room.

Coach's Huddle. Each week, our coaches meet for Prayer, Bible Study, and Discussion.

Bibles. Every athlete and coach is offered a Free FCA Bible.

Camps. Every Spring, our athletes are given the opportunity to participate in College Getaway, a camp just for the college athlete. They are challenged and encouraged in their faith and influence on campus. Our FCA Leaders also receive numerous opportunities to lead Huddles in Camps in FCA.

Mission Projects. Each month, Jones FCA will facilitate at least 2 mission projects to either North Street Community Mission in Ellisville or Batson Children's Hospital in Jackson. These are opportunities to live out their faith.

Christmas Party. In December, Jones will host our County-Wide Christmas party. Jones Teams will adopt underprivileged children from around Jones County and give them Christmas.

Mission Trips. Jones FCA will facilitate 3 weeks worth of mission trips to Spanish Wells, Bahamas where they will minister to Haitian Refugees with The Living Stone Ministry.

Meet Scott Pittman

JCJC Campus Director


Prior to being hired with FCA, Scott has spent 21 years in ministry that has primarily consisted of Student Pastor and Lead Pastor roles. Scott is a native of Richton, MS and played baseball at JCJC, and finally getting a Sports Medicine Degree from the University of Southern Mississippi. Having a heart to see the next generation with passion to follow Jesus Christ, Scott and his wife Donna frequently lead youth camps, retreats, and special events. His love for Jesus, his family, and sports is known by those who know him personally and from a distance. Scott and his wife Donna are parents of 3 daughters and are members of Hardy Street Baptist Church.