Harvard-Radcliffe Asian-American Christian Fellowship (AACF)

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Harvard-Radcliffe Asian-American Christian Fellowship
(AACF)
Website
Fall Comp? Yes
Spring Comp? Yes


The mission of AACF is to know God and make God known. Our desire is to be a voice of faith among the Asian community at Harvard. We aim to be a relational community that loves the campus with the love we have received from God. Along with our sister fellowships, Soul Food Fellowship and the Harvard-Radcliffe Christian Fellowship, we seek to embody Intervarsity's core values and doctrinal basis.

Comp Process

No comp (just join!)

Frosh Study

Weekly gatherings for the freshmen to get to know each other, catch up about their weeks, and participate in Bible studies led by upperclassmen leaders. There's no commitment needed — feel free to drop by any time to meet people, study the Bible, and eat food!

Community Groups

Weekly Bible studies within each of the sophomore, junior, and senior classes! CGs are a great chance to destress after a long week and catch up with other members of the same class. Bible studies are led by leaders in that grade (who will provide snacks), and all are welcome!

Large Group

Large Group is the weekly fellowship-wide gathering on Friday evenings! Sessions will typically include a chance to catch up with other members of the fellowship, a worship session led by our very own Praise Band for Jesus (PBJ), an invited speaker, and a fun after-fellowship activity. All are welcome!

Highlights, Traditions, and Events

We strongly believe in the value of community in a strong fellowship, and we strive to create a space where everyone feels loved and welcomed, regardless of ethnicity, faith, or personal background. Members will often hang out and grab meals together outside of planned events, but we also plan annual activities for members to get to know each other and have fun together!

Highlights include the Frosh picnic at the start of the year, apple picking in the fall, and our midnight hike in the spring.

We also organize fellowship-wide retreats each semester at a beautiful campsite in New Hampshire, which are a great time to get away from the stresses of school, bond with the fellowship, and worship God!