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History

The Africa Christian Fellowship (ACF UK & Eire) is an interdenominational Christian organisation that was founded in 1969 by a group of African students who were living in London.  Since then several branches of the Fellowship have been established in towns and cities across the UK including Poole Coventry, London and Reading. In some cities, the Fellowship is known as the Afro Caribbean Christian Fellowship to reflect the members varied backgrounds.The main activities of the branches involve bible study, prayer, praise, worship, and social effects promoting evangelism plus focusing on the needs and advancement of its members and the local community as well as support Health, Poverty and Relief projects in Africa