The management of the Fellowship is vested in a Board of Trustees, responsible for the Fellowship under the regulations of the UK Charities Commission
Structure & Organisation
The management of the Fellowship is vested in a Board of Trustees, responsible for the Fellowship under the regulations of the UK Charities Commission.
An elected body called the National Executive Council (NEC) is responsible for the ‘day to day’ running of the fellowship and for coordinating the national programs and the activities of the Branches. The NEC comprises a President, Vice President, General Secretary, Assistant General Secretary, Treasurer, Publicity Secretary, and Assistant Publicity Secretary.
Policy and strategic issues are decided by a Joint Executive Committee comprising members of the NEC and representatives from the branches of the Fellowship. The Fellowship also has a part-time administrator who works on a voluntary basis and deals with day-to-day correspondences and other secretarial duties. The branches of the Fellowship have their own elected officers who organize the activities of the branches.
Dr Amos Enabulele
Mr Joshua Olaleye
Mr Kingsley Umana
Mr Olatunbosun Odeyinka
Mrs Joanna Abraham
Mrs Sarah Olaleye
Director, Family Affairs
Pst Samuel Olaleye
Director, Church Affairs
Since the ACF aims to foster unity among the people of God, it works with various churches, Christian fellowships and voluntary organizations across the UK to advance the cause of the gospel and to provide relief to the needy. Several branches organize outreach and evangelism programmes in conjunction with local churches and fellowships. We enjoy particularly close association with:
• The Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship,
• The Churches Commission on Overseas Students,
• The African and Caribbean Evangelical Alliance,
• The Overseas Fellowship of Nigerian Christians,
• The Ghana Christian Fellowship,
• The Sierra Leone Fellowship at Kensington Temple, London
• The Zambian Fellowship in London
• The French Church (of Togolese and Ivorians)
and many churches across the UK.