Welcome to Reformed University Fellowship at NMSU! For over 20 years, RUF has been reaching students for Christ and equipping them to serve in NMSU, Las Cruces, the Southwest, and beyond. We welcome the diversity of perspectives and people that the university brings, and are excited to explore how the Christian gospel informs every facet of life, from agriculture, to engineering, to humanities, and beyond.

While college is a such an exciting period of life, it is also one of the hardest. We hope that RUF can be a place where “it’s ok to not be ok,” and where you have friends and mentors to encourage, comfort, and guide you in life’s ups and downs. RUF is a place of rest amidst the pressure of college life, to grow in relationship with God and friends, and share together in honest community.

Wherever you find yourself ("convinced" or “unconvinced," burned or bored, cynical or spiritual, passionate or stagnant), we hope you can bring your whole self to RUF, and explore with us who Jesus Christ is, and how to follow him.


Large Group

Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m.

Spiritual Life Center

Small Groups

Contact Jonathan or Brittany for more info

Friday Lunch

Fridays 12:30-2 p.m.

Corbett Food Court

Friday Recess

Fridays 2-3:30 p.m.

Chamisa Volleyball Court

Jonathan Clark

I (Jonathan) grew up in Colorado Springs, CO. While there, I enjoyed backpacking, climbing, running, skiing, and mountaineering in the awesome Colorado Rockies with my family. I moved to New York City for my BA in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics. After college, I worked as an intern at RUF City Campus Ministry for 2 years before moving to St. Louis, MO for my M.Div. I met my wife Caroline there. Caroline loves all kinds of art (right now, she’s on a digital kick), running, climbing, Netflix, and just about everything else. We are pumped to be back west and at NMSU. Hit me (Jonathan again!) up if you want to hang out! When I’m not on campus, you can find me running, riding my bike, reading, cooking, and hanging out.