Asian American Christian Fellowship

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Asian American Christian Fellowship (AACF) is a Christian college ministry with affiliations to the Japanese Evangelical Missionary Society (JEMS).[1]

According to the AACF website, "The mission of Asian American Christian Fellowship (AACF) is to reach into the university and collegiate community, primarily to those who are Asian Pacific Americans, with the life-changing message of Jesus Christ." [2]

It has chapters at 14 universities in the Western United States(13 in California and 1 in Washington).

Leadership[edit]

AACF is a student-led and student-initiated campus ministry. Student leaders develop a theme for each year to organize the year's focus and activities during the summer. During the summer, a Leadership Training Conference is held in The Oaks in Lake Hughes, California to train and equip leadership teams. In addition to student leaders, almost every campus has a Campus Minister (staff member) who partners with students to serve on campus through encouragement and empowerment. Leadership prays and cares for the campus community and follows God's love as a model for leadership to reach the campus for Jesus Christ.[3]

AACF Events[edit]

  • Northern California Winter Retreat
  • Southern California Retreat
  • Northern California Praise Night
  • Weekly Large Group Meetings
  • Weekly Small Group Meetings
  • Regional AACF Basketball Tournament
  • Praise Nights

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