We are students from all sorts of backgrounds that share a common love of Jesus Christ as proclaimed in the good news of the Bible. We meet together to encourage each other to grow in Christ and work together to see the whole campus hear and accept God’s great offer of forgiveness and eternal life through Jesus.
CF is part of the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students, which is made up of similar uni groups from around the country.
But what is a Christian?
Not sure what it means to be a Christian? For a start, it’s not about rules or rituals, but about a right relationship with God. Read about the Two Ways to Live for a short and straightforward explanation of the gospel. More information on Christianity may be found through the links on the right.
More than that, we’d love to meet you and answer any questions you have, so come visit us!
What we believe
As a part of AFES, Christian Fellowship also holds to their doctrinal basis which is a summary of what Christians believe and is included below. We uphold the fundamental truths of the Christian faith, including:
- The divine inspiration and infallibility of Holy Scripture as originally given and its supreme authority in all matters of faith and conduct.
- The unity of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit in the Godhead.
- The universal sinfulness and guilt of humanity since the fall, rendering men and women subject to God’s wrath and condemnation.
- The conception of Jesus Christ by the Holy Spirit and his birth by the Virgin Mary.
- Redemption from the guilt, penalty and power of sin only though the sacrificial death, as our representative and substitute, of Jesus Christ, the incarnate Son of God.
- The bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.
- The necessity of the work of the Holy Spirit to make the death of Christ effective in the individual sinner, granting him or her repentance towards God, and faith in Jesus Christ.
- The indwelling and work of the Holy Spirit in the believer.
- The expectation of the personal return of the Lord Jesus Christ.