ACF/CCF Directory


Scroll (down and right) through the directory to find the fellowship you are looking for and get connected with them! You can also use the "School Finder" to search for fellowships available at your campus.

York Chinese Christian Fellowship (YCCF)

York University

York CCF exists for people at York (but not limited to) those who are seeking to know and learn more about the God of the Bible and ultimately strive to grow together as a body with the desire to treasure more of Him in our lives.

Western Asian Christian Fellowship (UWOACF)

Western University

Our club exists to bring glory to God in all that we do, whether through retreats, guest speakers, worship, bible studies or games nights. Our goal is to build Christ-centered relationships with one another and grow together in Christ. We meet every Friday at 7pm on Zoom; everyone is welcome!

University of Waterloo Chinese Christian Fellowship (UWCCF)

University of Waterloo

That our love for Christ would be visible and change the lives of all on our campus. “Our love” speaks first to a unity found in the fellowship. Our desire is to see a unified, common love for Christ that is visible to the world – especially the University of Waterloo, our immediate local context.

University of Toronto Scarborough Asian Christian Fellowship (UTSC ACF)

University of Toronto - Scarborough Campus

UTSC ACF is a community of Christians that hopes to nurture a love for God and for others. Looking forward to living out life on campus with you all!

UTM Campus Christian Fellowship

University of Toronto - Mississauga Campus

UTM Campus Christian Fellowship is a diverse Christian community that pushes for genuine, life-on-life community, prayer and evangelism on campus.

Trinity Cantonese Christian Fellowship (TCCF)

University of Toronto - St. George Campus

TCCF is a student fellowship that aims to foster friendships, care, for Cantonese speaking students on campus. We hope to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus through bible study and fellowship; and to be changed and challenged in His pursuit. We welcome both non-Christians and Christians to join us.

Ryerson Chinese Christian Fellowship

Ryerson University

At RCCF we see Jesus inviting us to be more like Christ in our actions and in our relationships with one-another. RCCF stands for Ryerson Chinese Christian Fellowship but you don't have to be from Ryerson, Chinese, or Christian. We often do bible studies, praise and prayer, gg nights, and more!

Oshawa Christian Chinese Fellowship

Ontario Tech University

Oshawa Chinese Christian Fellowship is a group of university students from Ontario Tech University who's mission is to provide a God-centred community to those seeking to explore and discuss the Christian faith, build each other up, and grow together in God’s Word.

Laurier Chinese Christian Fellowship (LCCF)

Wilfrid Laurier University - Waterloo Campus

We’re a student-run, university organization dedicated to provide Christian believers with the experience and opportunity to grow in the love of the Father. Our purpose is to fellowship and empower others to embrace the fullness of God’s Kingdom at Laurier.

Laurier Brantford Christian Fellowship (LBCF)

Wilfrid Laurier University - Brantford Campus

Laurier Brantford Christian Fellowship is a university fellowship dedicated to providing members with the opportunity to deepen their relationship with Jesus Christ. We hope to provide a non-discriminatory and loving community of growth, accountability, and discipleship.

Kingston Chinese Christian Fellowship (KCCF)

Queen's University

KCCF is a community of Christ-followers and seekers that look to transform and support each other to be more like Christ. As a body of believers, we strive, like Christ, on campus, to create lasting and intentional relationships. For a fun video about us check out:

Hamilton Chinese Christian Fellowship

McMaster University

Hamilton CCF's vision is to be transformed by encountering God’s love through accountable community. In this way, the Christian community (not only CCF!) here at McMaster serves two purpose that are intertwined. Firstly, the community fosters a nourishing environment that allows for vulnerability, intentionality, and accountability. Secondly, the fellowship helps to encourage individuals to serve the community and to empower them to be a witness of the Gospel.