Adventist Christian Fellowship (ACF) is the official organization for Adventist campus ministry on non-Adventist college and university campuses within the North American Division (NAD) of Seventh-day Adventists, including the US, Canada, Bermuda and Guam. Currently ACF is a network of over one hundred chapters across the North American Division.
Vision Statement: Reach the campus – Change the world
- Build Christian fellowship chapters on public campuses that honor God and nurture the spiritual lives of students in North America.
- Engage students in the mission of the church through relational evangelism and Christ-like student fellowships.
- Empower local ACF chapters, churches and sponsors through pastoral support, professional training and access to resources.
Why Have An ACF Fellowship?
Launching an ACF campus ministry group on your campus will help you connect with other Adventist students and to reach out to fellow students. It will also make your campus group a legitimate campus ministry fellowship among other student groups on campus allowing your group many campus privileges such as use of campus facilities, recognition for your group and in some cases even some special funding through student fees. Your ACF group can also be the connecting association for a local Adventist church and the larger network of ACF North American Division This will make available many resources for your group and a connection with the larger sisterhood of fellow ACF students.
Would you like to start a local ACF Chapter? Contact us and someone from the ACF leadership team will be in touch with you soon. You don’t have to do it alone!
The story of ACF and Stone Soup. A basic history of ACF.