Who we are: The University Bible Fellowship (UBF) is an international evangelical student church. We want to help students to experience the love of God, which he revealed to us through Jesus Christ and his word (the Bible). We invite you to study the Bible!
History: The work of UBF began 1961 in South Korea. Sarah Barry, an American Presbyterian missionary and Samuel Lee, a Korean pastor in Kwangju, began an evangelistic outreach to Korean university students because they knew about the difficulties following the Korean War. They decided to invite students to study the Bible. The students, who started to believe in Jesus Christ, established small group Bible studies and fellowship meetings in universities, first of all in Kwangju, then in the nearby provinces and finally countrywide. This movement soon became an independent Christian student movement.
What we believe: The basis of our faith is the Bible. We believe that the Bible is the word of God inspired by the Holy Spirit. The Bible represents the standard of faith and act to us. We affirm the Apostle’s Creed.
- One-to-one Bible study or in groups by agreement.
- Sunday worship services in our churches.
- Bible meetings, journeys and international conferences, on which we are able to praise God and think together about the word of God.