With the start of the new year, CCF Alumni Foundation has started up FEED and added a little bit of structure. FEED stands for Fellowship, Entertainment, Encouragement, and Discipleship.  We are planning to have regular monthly gatherings on Mondays at 6:30pm. Simon and Connie Lee graciously hosted the first FEED gathering last month on January 28.

We are starting FEED because the FEED model falls in line with one of the goals of CCFAF, which is to maintain a bond of fellowship between the alumni.

We will start slow by having a meeting once a month, the dates are below and they span the entire year.  Here is a breakdown of what will occur during the meetings.

  • 6:30 pm:  Everyone is supposed to arrive and a simple dinner is provided by the host and the cost is reimbursed by those attending. Lets say $10 per person not including babies.
  • 8:00-8:05 pm: We will have announcements from the Alumni Foundation which will include updates from CCFAF and CCF like if there are any missionaries, any graduates coming up north, CCF events that are occurring, or any needs (i.e. Prayer requests, guest speaker, etc…)
  • 8:05-9:30 pm:  Last part of the evening depends on the night which is outlined below. The night could end with Entertainment (e.g. Games), Encouragement (e.g. Pray for each other), Development (e.g. Book/Bible Study).

We had a great time at our first meeting, and are incredibly grateful to our gracious hosts.

February 10 2013 | Uncategorized | No Comments »

Announcing: CCF Staff Open Position!

We are looking for someone (maybe YOU!) to work as Staff for CCF, along with a strong team of students leaders and alumni advisers!

Click on the link below to find out about it!


May 31 2012 | Uncategorized | No Comments »

MinT Retreat and Precept Ministries

The CCFAF was a proud sponsor of the following CCF events.

Here’s an update from the CCF Representative, Anna Chau.

MinT Retreat and Training:
This past year before school started, the ministry advisor team (MAT) organized and held the annual mint retreat, a time for the leadership to receive equipping, to fellowship, and to plan for the coming year. The event was several days long in San Luis Obispo and provided housing and meals to the ministry and bible study leader teams. The MAT wanted to make the time as affordable to students as possible. The money, generously given by alumni through the CCFAF, went mainly towards meals for the students.

Precept Ministries:
This past summer, Precept Ministries, an organization founded by Kay Arthur champion of the Inductive Bible Study Method, held a inductive bible study workshops in Fresno, Ca. In order to equip some of our student leaders, some of the ministry advisors formed a group of students to attend the workshop together. The group did a walk through of the inductive bible study method with an class and instructor and received resources over the course of 2 days. The training has been useful for the student leaders in their own personal understanding of the bible as well as in preparing and leading bible study. The money from the CCFAF went towards subsidizing the workshop costs for the students who needed financial assistance.

March 05 2010 | Uncategorized | No Comments »

BBQ Survey Form

For those of you who attended the BBQ last month and did not fill out a survey, please fill out this survey. You can mail it back to us here:

CCF Alumni Foundation
3940-7 Broad Street # 147
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

Or feel free to e-mail it to us using the E-mail link on the left.

June 11 2009 | Uncategorized | No Comments »

Smashing Success!!!

Alumni Photo

The CCF Alumni Foundation BBQ and Reunion was a smashing success!  The weekend was packed with fun filled activities and plenty of food. We had somewhere around 25 alumni show up in SLO. (The photo above shows 23 of us.) Not bad for a first event.

In the future, we hope to invite and get in contact with many more alumni. We’d also like to host more regional events to be more accessible to all alumni, and especially those with children.

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May 28 2009 | Uncategorized | 2 Comments »

Church List

Our apologies for the tardiness of this list. We had intended this to be up a week ago, but there was some miscommunication. If you had a church during your time here in SLO, please feel free to return. You may find it hasn’t changed in the 5, 10, 15, 25 years since you’ve been there. On the other hand, it may have changed radically. Regardless, if you’re looking for a new or different church to attend this weekend, please feel free to attend one of the ones below.

Note that there is a CCF or CCFAF contact listed. They’re eagerly waiting for your phone call if you need directions, info, etc. And they’re all very friendly people, so we know they’ll help you out. And if they don’t, please let us know and we’ll take care of them for you 😉

Central Coast Chinese Christian Church (CCCCC)

The Church of the Nazarene (down the street from FBC)
3396 Johnson Ave,
SLO, CA, 93401
Sunday School starts at 9:30am
Worship starts at 11am
Lunch is provided
CCFAF Contact:
Connie Chang or Justine Wong (650-861-7492 or 408-480-5808)

First Baptist Church (FBC)

2075 Johnson Ave (Up the street from CCCCC)
SLO, CA, 93401
Morning services start at 9am and 10:30am
Evening services start at 6pm and 8pm
CCFAF Contact:
Simon Lee (805-801-9223)

Grace Church

1350 Osos St (downtown)
SLO, CA, 93401
Services at 8am, 9:30am, and 11am
CCFAF Contact:
Mike Trieu (408-813-7336)

Journey Christian Fellowship (JCF)

317 E. Foothill Blvd (past the Albertson’s plaza, before Bishop’s)
SLO, CA, 93405
Worship starts at 9:45am
Formerly CMC
CCFAF Contact:
Anna Chau (805-215-2087)

Shoreline Calvary Chapel

1130 Napa Ave Bldg A
Morro Bay, CA, 93442
Saturday at 6:30pm
Sunday at 8am, 9:30am, and 11:15am
About 20 – 30 min drive from SLO
CCFAF contact:
Simeon Trieu (408-813-7334)

May 21 2009 | Uncategorized | No Comments »

Schedule of Events

By popular demand, we’ve posted our schedule of events.  The short and sweet version is here:

Saturday 5/23

12:00pm: BBQ Lunch
3:00pm: Arrive at Pismo.
6:00pm: Dinner at SLO Naz.
7:30pm: Begin Evening Program.
10:30pm: Need to be out of the church.

Sunday 5:24

~8:00am-1:00pm: Church in the morning
2:00-5:00pm: Hiking Bishop’s Peak, or trip to Montaña de Oro.
6:00pm: Sister’s Appreciation Dinner

For the longer, more detailed version, see the Schedule page.

May 14 2009 | Uncategorized | No Comments »

Flexibility is the Philosophy

Below is the e-mail that was sent to everyone who responded to our RSVP for the BBQ. We hope it clarifies things, in case they were confusing or misunderstood:

Hi Everyone,

The CCFAF Board wanted to make a clarification in order to prevent any confusion that could arise as a result of the packed schedule we have on Memorial Day weekend.  Hopefully, by sharing a bit of our philosophy, you’ll have a better understanding of what’s happening.

First of all, as your fellow alumni, we all work 40+ hours per week, and then have to go home to take care of our loved ones (spouses, kids, etc.), so we know that weekends are precious.  Three day weekends are even more precious.  With that in mind, we wanted to make sure that the events of our Reunion respected that sanctity, and allowed you to have downtime should you choose to do so.  At the same time, we felt it would be a shame to have people travel for hours only to come to a BBQ lunch, eat, play games, and turn around to head home.

Consequently, we planned two main events: the BBQ, and the Evening Program.  If nothing else, we’d encourage you to attend these two events. Then we added a number of peripherally related, fun events to fill in the time.  Please feel free to attend any or all of the events.  If you just want to come to the BBQ, and spend the rest of your weekend in SLO relaxing and enjoying the beauty that is SLO, you are more than welcome to do that.  On the other hand, if you’re totally gung-ho about attending every single event that we’ve planned and will be racing around taking photos of everything, you’re welcome to do that as well.  We’re giving you the liberty and flexibility of doing nothing, anything, or everything. Again, this was driven by our knowledge that weekends are precious commodities, especially in the working world, and our friendships and relationships with others are also important.

We hope that clarifies things.  Please let us know if you have any questions.  We’re counting down the days until we can see all of you again.

In Christ,
The CCFAF Board of Directors

May 13 2009 | Uncategorized | No Comments »

^^New Page Added

We’ve added a new page above for all things related to our upcoming CCF Alumni Foundation BBQ. Check it out for regular updates pertaining to the event.

May 03 2009 | Uncategorized | No Comments »

Evite: Save the Date

Our Save the Date Evite was sent out this morning. If you didn’t receive it, that likely means we don’t have your e-mail address.  Please e-mail email hidden; JavaScript is required to let us know.

In any case, you are still free and welcome to attend. Please click the link below to respond to the Evite.

This is just our Save the Date notice, not the final invitation.  We’re trying to get a preliminary headcount, so even if you might attend, please respond “Yes”.

Please bring you families (even if they didn’t attend CCF), otherwise we would prefer this to remain for CCF alumni specifically, and not Cal Poly Alumni in general. With that in mind, please feel free to invite others who were not on this list.

Looking forward to seeing all of you there.

April 10 2009 | Uncategorized | No Comments »

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