Acts2fellowship is a Christian fellowship at UCSD. 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 have groups that meet for DT every day to help you with your commitments to read the Bible daily. You can sign-up to join a group here!
Join us for a Special talk, this Wednesday (2/10) at 7:30 PM at 102 Peterson Hall. Invite your friends!
This Wednesday (2/10), we'll have open prayer time from 7 PM - 9 PM at Hojel Auditorium (Institute of the Americas). So you can drop by to pray any time.
Prayer meeting will start at 9 PM, also at Hojel.
This Friday (2/12), all the guys will be getting together for Bronanza: good food, good games, and good bonding! We'll be meeting at 7 PM at Preuss School. Let one of your staff know if you need a ride.
The sisters will be meeting by homegroups for DT, hanging out, and prepping for Sisters' Night. Your staff will let you know where your homegroup is meeting.
This Sunday (2/14), all the sisters will be gathering for yummy dinner, sharing and message, candy bar, and fun performances! We'll be meeting at 6:30 PM at MPR (next to Yogurt world). You can sign-up to bring desserts here.
Come find other students you can build relationships with and learn about God together. Think of Homegroups as a home-away-from-home, where you can be yourself around friends, lean on someone during a hard week, and get recharged by God’s word (and maybe some boba too).
We meet Friday nights starting with a home-cooked meal and followed by an in-depth Bible study. We talk about what it means to take our Christian lives seriously in our college context. Afterwards we do all sorts of fun things together, including anything from playing sports, grabbing ice cream, to having a bonfire at the beach!
Looking for a church? Many of our members attend Gracepoint church on Sundays at 1 PM. Whether you grew up in the church or never stepped foot in one, you're more than welcome to join us!
Not just any community, but one based on the early church found in the Bible (Acts 2). It’s a tall order, but as we try to live it out, we find it looks a lot like stopping by each others' homes, celebrating birthdays together, bringing comfort food when someone’s sick, and getting to know one another on a deeper level as we share in day-to-day life.