Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Join us for Dinner and Discussion, every Tuesday at 6:30 PM in W11-080
Welcome to RUF! We are glad you are here at MIT. RUF is a community that is committed to considering the good news of Jesus together. We seek to be an authentic community that is supportive, spiritually challenging, and outward facing to our peers on campus. RUF is a safe place to ask questions, voice doubts and explore Christianity with other students at MIT. Whether you're a committed Christian desiring to grow in your faith or you're exploring the claims of Christianity, all are welcome to be a part of our group. Feel free to contact us or join us at any of our gatherings. We would love to get to know you.
Dinner and Discussion
Meet Our Team
Solomon is a husband to Jane and father to Caleb and Katie. He was born and raised in Los Angeles, and has also lived in the Pacific Northwest, New York, Illinois, Florida, and Korea - but not in that order. The Kims moved to Boston in 2014 to begin a new chapter of RUF at MIT. Previously, Solomon worked in various ministry settings including a college ministry in Florida and a church plant in California. He is a Cornell alum, having studied Operations Research there, and completed his theological degree at Reformed Theological Seminary. Solomon loves traveling, going to baseball games, exploring Boston restaurants, and making coffee.
Solomon and Jane are here for college students. So feel free to contact them for any reason. They would love to meet with you.
Gracie DeLoache grew up in Raleigh, North Carolina. She graduated from Wake Forest University with a major in Communications and minors in Health and Human Services and Classical Studies. She loves long walks with friends, coffee, good books, and the 2005 version of Pride and Prejudice. Gracie experienced God's goodness in immeasurable ways during her time in RUF at Wake Forest, and she could not be more excited to join the staff at MIT and walk alongside college students as the Lord is at work in their lives.
Andrew is originally from Mooresville, North Carolina. He graduated from Wake Forest University with a degree in philosophy in 2022. After graduation, he spent a year on staff with Salem Presbyterian Church in Winston Salem before joining RUF at MIT. When Andrew is not spending time with college students, you can find him on the golf course, reading a good book, or enjoying a cup of coffee. Andrew loves the ministry of RUF and is passionate about seeing God at work in the lives of college students.