Colorado State University
Join us Wednesdays at 7 PM on the third floor of the Lory Student Center (follow the signs).
Welcome to RUF at Colorado State! RUF Christian fellowship is a place to explore Christianity and the radical declaration of God's love. RUF exists to show the love of Jesus to the CSU community. We seek to do this through pursuing Christ together, serving others out of Christ’s love and having fun. We invite you, no matter where you are on your journey, to RUF at Colorado State.
Weekly Bible Studies
Meet Our Team
Wes is excited to call Fort Collins home. He grew up in a variety of places in the US, mostly the Carolinas and Georgia along with a few stints in Pennsylvania and Kansas sprinkled in, but has always loved the mountain west. With interests in mountain biking, skiing (or one planking), hunting, fishing, and just being outside, it’s not hard to guess why. But he is especially humbled to think that Jesus would call a messy sinner like himself into his kingdom and invite him to share that good news at Colorado State and to help serve the community of RUF at Colorado State. Wes is down to try just about any sport or hobby but also loves to drink good coffee and eat good food while meeting with old friends or making new ones.
Prior to coming to Fort Collins Wes served as the campus minister for RUF at Kennesaw State University for nine years. Wes graduated from Davidson College for undergrad and went on to Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte, NC for his M. Div. He married his middle school sweetheart, Kelly, in 2009 (not in middle school at that time) and they have 4 kids, Walker, Pack, Whit, and Ann McClain. Not only does the whole family enjoy things like biking, skiing, and the outdoors, but they also love having students in their home for movie nights, dinners, and tagging along with RUF for conferences and events.
Norah Harvey was born in New York and raised in rural Pennsylvania. She graduated from Millersville University with a B.A. in Music. It was during her time at Millersville that she began to know and love God through her experiences at RUF. After interning with RUF for two years she decided to go on staff at Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA. Norah transferred to Colorado State University in fall 2021 and is excited to get to explore Fort Collins (and experience more sun!) When Norah isn't curled up with a good book, she loves skiing, going on train rides and eating delicious food.