Asian Christian Fellowship
MIT Asian Christian Fellowship is a chapter of the national organization InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA.
Founded in 1990 as the Korean Christian Fellowship, the group changed its name in the 2000-01 school year to MIT Asian Christian Fellowship to better reflect its membership. Despite the name, the group is open to people of all backgrounds.
ACF meets each Friday in Large Group Meetings (7-9 PM, Room 1-150) as a whole fellowship to discuss faith and its relevancy at MIT, and to worship God all together.
ACF's other ministries includes Prayer and Accountability Groups for upperclassmen, Freshmen Prayer and Accountability Groups, Jesus and Justice Ministry. They also have Groups Investigating God (GIGs) for those who are interested in learning more about Jesus or the Christian faith.