What is Frosh ConneXion?
Starting post-secondary education marks a momentous new stage in life. This new chapter comes with exciting changes, but also unprecedented challenges in school, relationships, "adulting", and especially faith. It’s crucial to have a community with whom you can navigate through these new experiences.
Frosh ConneXion (FX) is an annual event hosted by AFC, in partnership with various Asian/Chinese Christian Fellowships (ACF/CCFs). FX's purpose is to connect students entering Post Secondary education with Christian communities on their respective campuses.
See what FX looked like in 2020
Chance to meet students from your school
Upper years will be there to connect with you, share their experiences, and connect you to a fellowship on your campus. You can get to know people, find out more about your campus, and get plugged into the Christian community before you even step foot on campus in the fall.
The first four to five weeks of one’s post-secondary career have a momentous impact on the next four to five years, which in turn affect the rest of one’s life. Imagine what the impact would be if a generation of students purposefully walked through that new step with Jesus and others.
Toronto Christian Community Church
100 Acadia Ave, Markham, ON L3R 5A2
Date & Time
Tuesday, August 16, 2022
Deadline for Dinner Option is August 12, 11:59 pm
Doors open at 5 pm (Check-in, Dinner, Mingling)
The main program begins at 6:30 pm
Frosh (Dinner or No Dinner) - FREE
Upper-Year (No Dinner) - $10
Upper-Year (Dinner) - $12
Partnering with Toronto Chinese Christian Parenting Association, a workshop will be available for parents whose child(ren) will be heading off to their first year of University/College in September.
After 18 years of parenting, it is a bitter-sweet moment when parents have to let go of their child as a college freshman. This seminar discusses the emotions of letting go as well as the changing role of a parent. In addition, it will offer practical tips on how to prepare for and manage this transition such as suggestions on packing, how to deal with homesickness, how to help students settle into campus life and more. Parents desire their children to remain with a faith community during their Post Secondary years.
In Partnership with:
To Strive vs. to Create: Beyond Two Generations
August 9, 2022, 8-10 PM (Cantonese/粵語)
August 11, 2022, 8-10 PM (Mandarin/國語)
Disclaimer: The views expressed by our speakers are their own, and may not represent the TCCPA. All talks are intended as general information and should not be considered professional advice in individual cases.