Acts 2 Christian Fellowship is a fellowship at Stanford of both graduates and undergraduates that take the Bible seriously. We meet every week to study the Bible, have fun, talk about life, and build lasting friendships. Whether you're a Christian who wants to grow in your faith, or someone simply curious about what Christianity is all about, we invite you to come check us out!
We seek to follow the example set by the early Christian church described in Acts 2:42. We meet every week to study God's word through teaching and group discussions.
Before every Bible study, we eat and laugh together. Meals are home-cooked and prepared by our loving staff.
Just as the early disciples of Jesus made prayer a very important part of their daily lives, we also strive to prioritize prayer in our lives too.
A2CF Friday Night
Fridays in Old Union 215 @ 6:30 pm
We will have free dinner, bible study, and hangout afterwards.
Sunday Service at Bridgeway Church
Sundays at 12:30pm
We give rides from campus at Escondido Turnaround and Lyman Parking lot @12 pm.
Please check our Google Calendar for info about Student Welcome Night, large group fellowship and small group meetings!
Bible Study Fellowship
Playing games during Friday night Bible Studies
Operation Christmas Child
Packing shoeboxes for the underprivileged
Christmas Special Music
Creating a special medley for church service
Reflecting on our thanksgivings for the past year
Victor | Computer Science
Some things I like to do in my free time are play (classical) piano, watch/discuss football, and read articles on obscure topics. My favorite part of A2 is the shared fellowship between church, Bible study, and small groups, and I hope you can take part in our amazing community!
Josh | Mathematical and Computational Science
I love to eat and make Asian food, as well as watch dance battles! If I could dance even a tenth as smooth as those guys, I’d consider it a success. My favorite thing about A2 is how they've loved and cared for me as I came. In big struggles and questions about faith and life, they've been there helping me and giving so much of their time. A2's helped me really invite God into my life in college.
Haeli | Symbolic Systems
I’m a huge fan of bunnies, puzzles, and overalls, and I love to watch Broadway musicals and action/mystery movies! What I love most about A2 is being surrounded by friends who have truly pointed me to Christ throughout my whole Stanford adventure. Studying scripture and having true fellowship with other members of the Stanford community have helped me to feel at home on campus! And everyone loves to eat food all the time, so that's always a plus <3
Jonathon | Earth Systems
My interests include Arabic and the Middle East, singing and playing piano, hiking, freshwater security, and gardening (I really love plants 😂). What draws me to A2 the most is its community: there’s a crazy amount of talent and wisdom in this group, and everyone’s busy because it’s Stanford. But both students and staff invest the time to share their lives with you— sometimes physically over a good meal, sometimes virtually over a good Zoom call.
Pierce | Computer Science
Some of my interests are cybersecurity, election security, and international policy. What draws me to A2 most is the incredible warmth, kindness, and generosity of the A2 God squad!
Ian | Math
I am also interested in Russian literature, thought, history, music production, and hiking. With regards to A2, I love how friendly and genuinely invested everyone is with each other. A2 really feels like my family on campus!
Charles | Math
A few of my favorite activities are playing violin, bullet chess, and hiking! What draws me to A2 the most is that the members of the A2 community are so invested in each other and in growing in Christ together. Everyone is open and caring and excited to have fellowship and eat!
Bob & Diana | A2CF Directors
Hi! We're Bob and Diana, Directors of A2CF at Stanford. We’d love to meet you in fellowship and help each other grow to know Jesus Christ more! We're both Stanford Bioengineering PhD alums and being part of A2CF was a large part of our spiritual growth at Stanford.We believe that college campus Christian groups are unique places where young adults can examine the purpose of their life and discover and practice how to live out its meaning. We believe that the world has always been a challenging, turbulent place to live, but that Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection offer redemption for the world’s brokenness and a template for a life full of loving others, true community, and ultimately light in the darkness.