About AACF

What does Asian American Christian Fellowship hope to accomplish? From its Mission to Vision, AACF strives to reach into the college campus with the powerful life changing message of Jesus Christ. See what else makes us tick…

For Students

What makes AACF different from any other faith based student organization? One word. Empowerment. As a student, find out how AACF can change your life…

For Staff

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Asian American Christian Fellowship:

Empowering college students since 1977.


Asian American Christian Fellowship (AACF) began as the campus ministries of the Japanese Evangelical Missionary Society (JEMS) in the Fall of 1972, with group meeting as the JEMS Campus Bible Studies. In 1977, the name AACF came into being with the first group utilizing that name on the campus of Cal State Long Beach. AACF is a ministry geared to reach Asian American students on college and university campuses. AACF desires to serve Jesus Christ on these campuses to reach the 95% of Asian Americans who do not know Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior, as this is the last major opportunity to share Jesus as students congregate on college and university campuses and ponder major decisions for their future. AACF provides opportunities for students to grapple with the issue of God in their lives as well as explore the opportunity to serve their campuses and fellow students as they live out the life of Jesus while on campus.