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Photos from Taste of Victory 2019


Join FCA North Jersey and special guest Justin Tuck for our annual fall fundraiser -- reimagined!

We will gather Saturday night, Nov. 2, at Liquid Church in Parsippany for Taste of Victory, an indoor tailgate-style event that will be full of food, fun and fellowship! The event is for adults only, casual dress. 

Tuck, a former Pro Bowl defensive end with the New York Giants, will share how his own faith has impacted his career and life.

You'll also hear how the Fellowship of Christian Athletes continues to deepen its reach to coaches and athletes throughout northern New Jersey!

There is no admission charge for the evening, but FCA will offer a chance to financially partner with the ministry.

A look back at 2018

In November 2018, we celebrated what God has been doing in northern New Jersey through the ministry of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 

FCA desires to see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes. We have seen that happen in the past year, and the harvest remains exceptionally plentiful. 

We are so grateful for those who joined us at the Victory Dinner and invested in our ministry to reach EVERY coach and EVERY athlete in northern New Jersey. We trust that our evening together was as much an encouragement to you as it was to us. We know that as a result of the folks who attended and those who made the night possible, FCA North Jersey is better empowered and equipped to serve.

Please enjoy some of the sights from our third Victory Dinner, captured beautifully by Stefanie Photography.

Keynote Speaker:
Justin Tuck

Justin Tuck was an integral member of the Giants' runs to a pair of Super Bowl victories (2008 and 2012), a defensive end who registered double-digit sacks in four of his 11 NFL seasons.

A native of Kellyton, Ala., and a graduate of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business, Tuck was a third-round draft pick by the Giants and was a major contributor by his third season.

His versatility allowed the Giants to regularly line him up on the field with Hall of Famer Michael Strahan and Osi Umenyiora -- forming one of the NFL's most imposing pass rushes. Tuck shined bright in Super Bowl XLII, registered two sacks and a forced fumble in the Giants' upset of the previously undefeated New England Patriots.

He had two more sacks in Super Bowl XLVI as the Giants again thwarted the Patriots, and he eventually finished his NFL career with 66 1/2 sacks and 22 forced fumbles.

Following his retirement, Tuck has earned his MBA from the prestigious Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He and his wife, Lauran, also are dedicated to R.U.S.H. for Literacy, which seeks to provide greater educational and career opportunities to youth in the New York City metro-area.