Otago CMF meets weekly and the best way to see details of what's happening is to check their Facebook group.
The group's purpose is: 'to provide a community of friendship and fellowship within Otago Medical School that develops students as disciples of God, and equips them to learn and serve, to live and speak for Jesus, as Christian medical students.'
Some events of 2016 included Hot Cross Buns distribution and a Dinner with Docs.
In February the group participated in the Medical Orientation Day and connected with around 180 of the new medical students and got to explain to them about the existence of CMF.
In March the CMF students held a camp, with over 30 attending and having a fun time together as well as hearing from local medics.
At the end of March, James Allaway writes: "So the Dunedin CMF group did some outreach around Easter today. They bought 200 hot cross buns and I supplied 50 copies of Godzone (a TSCF publication of Luke's Gospel). The students offered people a warm buttered hot cross bun and asked if people know the Easter story. If people said 'no' then they were offered a copy of Godzone to read over the break, and we had a couple of good conversations around the gospels too. The interest was so high that next time we do it I think we’ll offer a follow-up bible study to those who are interested."