Exploring God, Faith, and the Experiences of Our People

LaFe stands for Latino Fellowship. We are an InterVarsity Christian Fellowhip ministry specific to Latino/a students on campus and across the US. We are una comunidad that welcomes Catholics, Evangelicals, and anyone who just wants to know more about and/or deepen their relationship with God. We meet often for discussing the Bible, celebrating, food, and fun! LaFe is committed to developing Latino leaders who serve the campus community with the love of Jesus Christ as they explore God, faith, and the experiences of our people. We do this by providing students a place for Spiritual Growth, Community, Service, and Familia.

Interested? Email us at lafenu@gmail.com

LaFe Bible Study



We meet weekly for bible studies on MONDAY & TUESDAY nights at 7PM @ the Multicultural Center (MCC) TV Lounge, located at 1936 Sheridan Rd., to discuss what the Bible says and how to apply it to our lives as Latino students. No need to have prior knowledge of the Bible – this is a place to ask questions, learn and grow together.

We hold conferences as well as missions’ trips during the year. Below are some events you do not want to miss!


Encuentro 2013

Dates: October 12

Cost: TBD

Place: TBD

As the school year kicks off, join us for our Fall retreat - EncuentroThis retreat bring Latino students from around the Chicagoland area to grow in their faith together while experiencing great community. Encuentro is a great place to learn more about LaFe and how we explore what it means to be pursuing faith on a college campus. We will experience worship, teachings, personal time with God, and food & fun during the weekend!



Dates: December 27-31
Cost: TBD, dependent on room occupancy
Place: Tampa, FL

Join us for LaFe 2013 – a national conference that only happens every 3 years! This is a time for Latino students from all over the U.S. and Mexico to come together and fellowship in community, encouraging one another, while receiving some quality teaching from great expositors. During this conference we will have worship, teachings that will help you grow in your faith, plus great food and games! This year’s theme is Mi Gente (My People). Here are some questions LaFe13 will explore:

  • What does it mean to be Latino?
  • How does being Latino affect my faith journey?
  • Can being a Latino Christian be a blessing to others?


Winterfest 2014

Dates: Februrary 21-23

Cost: TBD

Place: Double Tree Hotel, Oak Brook, IL

Every winter, hundreds of students from around northern Illinois and northwest Indiana gather together to be challenged and stretched in their faith. At Winterfest, students participate in one of several tracks to focus on specific areas of growth. Campus fellowships have times together to pray and share. The entire conference gathers together for group worship and prayer.

As people gather from different types of schools and backgrounds, we receive the blessings that a broader and more diverse Christian community can offer. Whether you have never believed in God or you have been in a spiritual journey with Jesus for years… there is something in store for you at Winterfest!


Chapter Focus Week 2014

Dates: June 14-20

Cost: TBD

Place: Cedar Campus, Cedarville, MI

Chapter FOCUS Week is a time to join others from your chapter for leadership training, spiritual growth, and vision casting. Together you’ll be better equipped to grow in your relationship with God and to engage your friends and campus with the gospel of Jesus.

Each day you’ll spend time in the training track you have chosen, work and play with friends, worship, and hear excellent Bible teaching.

Annual LaFe National Missions Trip

A month-long missions trip to Mexico during Summer 2014.

More details to come.

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