Asian Christian Fellowship at Washington University exists to be an environment where broken people discover and respond to the grace of God. ACF seeks to be a community committed to the deepening of faith in Jesus Christ by fostering an environment of open, honest, spiritual dialogue.
Our vision is to reach the Asian community by helping all people encounter God and grow closer to Jesus.
Every Friday night, ACF gathers to worship through song, message and prayer. We start the night by singing songs of worship then receive a short message by an invited speaker. Topics may include God's perspectives on school, friendships, and relationships. Afterwards, we enjoy more fellowship together through a social activity (food, movies, games, or laser tag!).
Join us every Friday night at 7pm in Simon Hall, rm 122.
During small group, students gather to learn about and discuss short Bible passages or other topics related to Christianity. Each small group has leader(s) who will prepare for and lead during that time. Everyone is welcome to attend!
Join us in these small groups throughout the week to discuss and explore issues we encounter in our lives and what God has to say about them!
Mondays, 7:00-8:30 pm
We’ll be talking about what it looks like to live a Christian life, specifically on the college campus. We’ll look at both what the Bible has to say about this subject and discuss some pressing topics, such as partying and relationships.
Wednesdays, 7:30-9:30 pm
Nemerov Seminar A
Running the Race is a small group exploring the interesting combination of Asian/Asian-American and Christian identities. Come for discussion about how both of these cultures influence one another, how they both influence us, and how we can react as Asian-Americans and/or Christians to the broader racial issues in America. Also, Cal will bring cookies.
Wednesdays, 8:00-9:30 pm
Eliot B1 common room
Our small group aspires to build a close-knit community of people who desire to know both each other and Scripture on a deeper level. This semester, we will be looking into the book of Genesis and going back to our foundation in faith by delving into the meaning behind God and His Creation.
Thursdays, 7:00-9:00 pm
Gregg 3 study room
We are a small group directed at allowing both Christians and non-Christians to come together to talk about questions pertaining to faith. We encourage people of all backgrounds to come and represent your ideas freely, without fear of judgment.
Thursdays, 7:00-9:00 pm
Nemerov Seminar A
This small group is a community of people seeking to know more of who Jesus was (and is!) through the gospel of Matthew.
Join us at these times when we pray for each other, the Wash U campus, and greater St. Louis community:
Learn more on the WashU Prayer Meetings Facebook page.
While ACF is a community centered on Christ, ACF is not a church. Many students choose to attend various churches in the nearby area, and we encourage people to attend a church as well to continue growing in faith. Rides to different services are usually provided by ACF members or friends affiliated with the different churches:
Join ACF in the many events we hold throughout the year! More details are posted on the Facebook group page.
Q: I'm not Asian or Christian. Can I still be part of ACF?
A: Of course - we welcome everyone to ACF!
Q: What else does ACF do on campus?
A: ACF is a fellowship made up of students with diverse interests. Many members of ACF are also active in other campus groups such as Lunar New Year Festival (LNYF), Asian American Association (AAA), and more. Furthermore, ACF participates in Intramural (IM) sports - contact Brandon Eng for more info!
Q: I'm new and I want to be part of ACF - what do I do?
A: Come visit a large group or small group! We also have many events throughout the year that you can join. We would love to see you there!
Q: How do I become more involved in ACF?
A: Consider applying for leadership in the spring semester! More information on this will become available through large group announcements and by email. Stay up to date by joining the mailing list!
Q: I'm not even at Wash U yet, how do I learn more?
A: Check out our Facebook page or contact us!
Have more questions or just want to talk? Please feel free to say hello! You can email email@example.com or fill out the contact form below. If you have any prayer requests, please also send them in the form and we will pray for you during our weekly prayer meetings. We hope to see you at large or small group soon!