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Asian Baptist Student Koinonia (ABSK)

Campus Ministry


Asian Baptist Student Koinonia (ABSK) is a group of undergraduates who seek to know and love Jesus Christ. The word "Koinonia" is Greek for "deep fellowship". We here at ABSK strive to have this deep fellowship with one another in obedience to John 13:34-35, which states:

"A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this all men will know that you are me disciples, if you love one another."

We Welcome all undergraduates who seek to know God in a personal way - you don't have to be Asian or Baptist. Our doors are open for everyone. We also meet together for fun activities and study breaks over the course of the academic year. Come and join us!



                          Q: When are the meetings?
                          A: The meetings will be Fridays at 7PM in Fulton 210

                          Q: Does ABSK have a website?
                          A: Yes we do! It's

                          Q: Who is the main contact person for ABSK?
                          A: The main contact is Timothy Suh (President)

                          Q: Can I email ABSK for more questions?
                          A: Absolutely! You can email Timothy at




University Mission and Ministry has launched a new system to track program participation. If you are a fairly regular participant with the Asian Baptist Student Koinonia at Boston College, please indicate your participation with the group via the UMM Program Management System.  (Click "Apply for Program" then enter your BC credentials). Please complete these steps once per academic year.