Philippine Military Academy Christian Fellowship


The Philippine Military Academy Christian Fellowship (PMACF) is a “homegrown” church. In 1991, some organic Christian officers and their dependents, as well as cadets, decided to formally organize and unite themselves as one non-denominational church under the lordship of Jesus Christ and his Word.

The PMACF got its official recognition from the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) on October 5, 1992 as "a spiritual fraternal organization of the Command." It is a non-denominational congregation in Fort del Pilar, Baguio City under the supervision and guidance of the PMA Command Chaplain. As a non-denominational church, PMACF is self-governing and independent from any religious groups. Hence, it is open to anyone regardless of religious affiliations.

The church has been one of the "unseen" partners of PMA in the value formation and spiritual growth of participating cadets, officers, command personnel, and their dependents since 1991.

The PMACF partners with PMA in the aspect of spiritual and character development of the cadets. We believe that one of the effective ways to develop values-centered leaders is to transform their lives from within to reflect the character and person of Jesus Christ. True and lasting transformation can come through a dynamic life-changing relationship with God.

Hence, the ministry addresses the spiritual aspect of the training of the cadets by exposing them to biblical truths, nurturing them to spiritual maturity, training them to influence others, and reproduce their own kind – leaders of Christ-like character.

VISION. We envision values-centered leaders of Christ-like character positively impacting the AFP, the nation, and beyond.

MISSION. To develop Christ-like leaders through the power of the Holy Spirit by:
Communicating biblical truths;
Assimilating to a lifetime of fellowship;
Discipling towards a deeper faith; and
Empowering to lead in these processes so each
member would be
Testifying the love of God and country.