In September a new school year starts on many university and college campuses in the Northern Hemisphere. A larger number of Adventist young adults will be enrolled at secular and other campuses than will be attending Adventist institutions.
This is why the Adventist Christian Fellowship (ACF) is important—the network of groups of Adventist students and their interested friends on these campuses. Almost all of these institutions allow students to form religious fellowships.
ACF is about the mission of God on college and university campuses. It is a ministry of students, by students and for students, supported by local Adventist churches and resourced by the denomination’s local and union conferences. It includes concerned parents, faculty, pastors, chaplains, church leaders, church members and hundreds of volunteers.
If you are interested in finding out if there is an ACF on your campus or a campus near your or near someone you know … or, if you would like resources to help start a group on your campus or a campus near your church, information is available at this website: