Graduates' Christian Fellowship (GCF)
The Graduates' Christian Fellowship (GCF) is a fellowship of Christian professionals committed to leadership in Christian thinking and initiatives, and to the provision of a Biblical voice that will impact the Church and Society. GCF was founded in 1955 by a group of graduates of VCF who sensed the need for an evangelical and inter-denominational witness among professional men and women in Singapore. The foundation of GCF is built on an understanding of godly stewardship and a passion for graduates to be Salt and Light in the world.
Currently GCF has activities that include talks, workshops or seminars and study groups organized primarily by its sectional groups and/or ministries. The Fellowship also holds an annual dinner every September.
GCF is co-affiliated to FES. Even since its inception, GCF has been active supporters of the FES student ministry. GCF has also been working with the student groups in their final-year ministry and in developing programmes to assist young graduates in their transition from student to graduate life. Currently the FES and GCF offices are located next to each other at North Bridge Centre.
For more information about GCF and her ministry, go to: http://www.gcf.org.sg/ contact email@example.com
NUGCF & Other Chinese Work Alumni Groups
The Nanyang Universtiy Graduates' Christian Fellowship (NUGCF) comprises mainly graduates from the former NANTAH (Nanyang University) as well as the current NTUCCF graduates. The NUGCF was formed in the late 1950s. It is a registered society and an affiliate of FES as well.
The Chinese VCF, PCF, also have alumni groups that meet regularly. For more information on these groups, please refer to the FES Chinese Work website or the websites of the respective alumni groups:
NUGCF : http://www.nugcf.org
The Indonesian Graduates' Chrisitan Fellowship (IGCF)
In April 2001, a group of Indonesians in Singapore were concerned about the spiritual situation of a significant number of Indonesian graduates in Singapore. They felt that it would be very strategic to reach out to them for God's kingdom and so, on 13 April 2001, the IGCF was founded.
The IGCF calls all Indonesian Christian graduates to play a strategic leadership role as salt and light in church and society. A strong supporter of the Indonesian student ministry, the IGCF reaches out to the final year students from the Indonesian Students Christian Fellowship (ISCF) groups. IGCF also challenges new graduates to live out the vision and their calling where God has placed them. IGCF is also a ministry of the Graduates' Christian Fellowship (GCF).
For more information about the IGCF, please refer to the FES Indonesian Ministry website.
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