About Us

Established in 1981, NTU Christian Fellowship is an interdenominational Christian group on campus that seeks to connect Christians and those interested in knowing more about God.

To be effective salt and light on campus and later in society upon graduation.

What it Means

NTUCF’s vision takes inspiration from Matthew 5:13-16.

Christ calls us the salt of the earth. Salt is both a preservative and a seasoning agent. As Christian students, we aim to stop the growth of what is ungodly, while preserving and enhancing the values, conversations, cultures and practices that are good in the university. As ambassadors of Christ, we aim to be distinctly Christian in the way we engage with every aspect of life.

Christ calls us the light of the world. We aspire to shine the light of Christ, to illuminate the truth and to bear a beacon of bright hope to all who dwell in darkness. In the university, we aspire to touch many lives as we witness for Christ.

To be effective salt and light, we must be in contact with the fish we are to season and preserve, as well as the darkness that is to be illuminated. That involves being immersed in the life of the university and committed to its flourishing. Both in word and in deed, in our lives and in the university, we hope to live as people of blessing—as salt and light.

The Challenge to our Members

As a member, how do you understand CF’s vision? How do you see it lived out in CF’s activities? Or in the conversations we are concerned with? Will you also embrace this vision for yourself?

We aspire for you to emerge from university a mature Christian, rooted in God’s word and ready to bear witness wherever God leads you. We hope CF is a place where you can really learn to live out your faith. Thus, we eagerly invite you to be involved in CF’s community, to engage frequently with scripture, to develop a firm grasp of the Bible as the foundation of your thinking, to fellowship, serve, pray and grow alongside other Christian students whose hearts are for Christ, to engage the campus humbly yet boldly, and to understand what it means for you to be effective salt and light on campus and later in society upon graduation.

Roots to Fruits: Grounding Our Identity on Campus Through All Seasons

As we transition out of the pandemic, some of us might lament the uncertainty of life as we return to a pre-Covid-19 normal. But is it really possible to regain that normality? Is it something we ought to hope for? On reflection, we can see and acknowledge how much life has changed as we navigate this post-Covid-19 normal. With this in mind, NTU-CF hopes to ground our identity on campus through all seasons as we discern and adapt the needs and contexts of our generation accordingly. Henceforth, NTU-CF’s direction this Academic Year (AY22/23) is ‘Roots to Fruits: Grounding Our Identity on Campus Through All Seasons’. Specifically, we envision a CF that is rooted in Scripture and united as a community by being salt and light on the NTU campus. 

To help us visualise what this might look like in practice, imagine NTU-CF as a tree. The soil represents Scripture and just as the roots are grounded in the soil and acts as the firm foundation for the tree, it is important for our members to be grounded in Scripture. Next, the tree trunk represents the community of our members who forms a core part of the structure which holds up the tree. As members of the NTU-CF community, we are bound together to support the work of NTU-CF in our witness to the campus through the various seasons we experience in an academic year. With a firm foundation in place, NTU-CF is then able to yield fruits as we strive to be salt and light on campus and later on in society. This is reflected in Psalm 1:3, “That person is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither—whatever they do prospers”. As seasons change through the year, the leaves of a tree may fall, but its trunk stands firm and the tree adapts to its environment while it waits for its flowers to blossom and fruits to grow again. 

English Section (ECF)

That’s us! Read on to find out more about our distinctives, doctrines and affiliations.

Chinese Section (CCF)

Indonesian Section (ISCF)

NIE Ministry

NIE ministry is a ministry for NIE students! We are a part of NTU Christian Fellowship, a student ministry with the following vision: “To be effective salt and light of the world on campus and later in society upon graduation”!

For more information, contact @lookeewei on Telegram!

Post-Graduate Christian Fellowship (PGCF)

Reaching out to our fellow like-minded NTU postgrads (i.e. masters / PhD / researchers), you’re warmly welcome to join us for fellowship, bible discussion, and prayers.


For more information, do contact Raju at 84672692 or Ben at 87581232!

Evangelical

We are committed to the good news of Jesus Christ as revealed in the whole Bible, which is the Word of God, the truth that charts the way to life and directs our conduct.

Church-Oriented

Our Fellowship, as part of the universal Church, exists to provide a united witness for Christ on campus. We are committed to serve the local churches by training and equipping our members for service.

Student-Led and Student-Initiated

We are committed to student initiative, responsibility and leadership in our ministry.

Interdenominational

We are committed to celebrating the diversity of different denominations and churches. This is done on the basis of their subscription to the doctrinal basis of the Fellowship and their commitment to the aims of the Fellowship.

Formacion

We are committed to the wholistic development of a person, working towards maturity and Christ-likeness in all areas of life.

Wholistic Witnesses

We are committed to the good news of Jesus Christ by demonstrating the integration of faith and life. This includes the proclamation and demonstration of the gospel in all areas of life and across cultural and geographical boundaries.

The Fellowship upholds the fundamental truths of the Christian faith namely:

  1. The divine inspiration and infallibility of the Holy Bible as originally given and canonised in its present form, and its supreme authority in all matters of faith and conduct.
  2. The unity of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit in the Godhead.
  3. The universal sinfulness and guilt of human nature since the Fall, rendering man subject to God’s wrath and condemnation.
  4. Redemption from the guilt, penalty and power of sin only through the shedding of blood in the sacrificial death on the cross and resurrection of Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son of God.
  5. Salvation from eternal condemnation by grace through faith alone in the death burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
  6. The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead and His Ascension into Heaven.
  7. The mediation between God and man only through the Lord Jesus Christ, our Advocate.
  8. The work of Holy Spirit to make the individual sinner realise his salvation by faith, in Jesus Christ.
  9. The presence of the Holy Spirit in the believer.
  10. The expectation of the personal return of the Lord Jesus Christ in power and glory.

NTU-CF is affiliated to a larger, national organisation known as the Fellowship of Evangelical Students (FES) Singapore. FES Singapore is in turn affiliated to the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES), which consists of an international movement of student ministries with a presence in over 150 countries.

FES is an interdenominational organisation that serves God among tertiary students and graduates in Singapore. FES seeks to strengthen their faith and nurture their love for Christ so that they may reach out to the rest of their respective campuses for Him. The mission of FES is to be a faithful evangelical witness on campus and in society, moulding disciples of Jesus Christ who will be effective salt and light of the world.

Under the umbrella of FES Singapore, there are other student ministries in tertiary institutions such as NUS, SIM, polytechnics and other private institutions. With the affiliation of NTU-CF to FES, the fellowship is then naturally and committedly part of the larger body of student ministries in Singapore.