Discover Events Designed for Students
Each year, AFC in Canada hosts events for both High School and Post-Secondary students. See how you can engage with other students in Canada.
Entering University or College for the first time is an exciting experience. Learning to navigate through these new challenges with a faith community is crucial. At FX, Connect with current students from ACF/CCFs before stepping foot onto campus this fall.
NeXus (Grade 9)
A connection point for linking high school students together. Incoming Grade 9 students can meet other students from their school and learn more about how to get connected with the Christian fellowship before the year starts in September
March Break Youth Conference for Grade 7 to 12 students. In a safe and open environment, our hope is for High Schools students to discover and encounter Jesus Christ and the life transformation He calls all students to.
Vision-casting Missions Conference for post-secondary students. Challenging students in how to be effective witnesses of Christ across the campus. Current student leaders are encouraged to attend and discern the vision and mission of their fellowship.
Leadership. Equipping. And Discipleship. "How can your High School Christian fellowship be visible and relevant at your school? "This Half-day leadership training session focuses on equipping student leaders, whether first time or returning, to serve in their respective High School Christian Fellowship.
Advanced Leadership Training
Equipping students to be effective leaders in their ACF or CCF fellowships. These workshop-style training sessions provide practical skills and theological implications for Post-Secondary students to be a witnessing community on campus.
- Aug 08, 2023, 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDTNorth York Chinese Baptist Church, 685 Sheppard Ave E, North York, ON M2K 1B6, CanadaEntering University or College for the first time is an exciting experience. Learning to navigate through these new challenges with a faith community is crucial. At FX, Connect with current students from ACF/CCFs before stepping foot onto campus this fall