Texas Christian University
Join us Tuesdays 9pm in the BLUU (check Instagram for exact location)
Reformed University Fellowship at TCU longs to be a community of students, “convinced” and “unconvinced” alike, learning to love God, people, and TCU. Regardless of your beliefs or doubts, RUF is a community where you can explore Christianity, grow in your understanding of who Jesus is, and learn what it looks like to walk with Him. We hope you’ll join us! FYI, you can best keep up with us on Instagram.
Freshman Bible Study
Guys' Bible Study
Girls' Bible Study, Thursdays at 8a
Listen to our podcast!
Text TCURUF to 41411 for updates
Meet Our Team
Bradford Green is the campus minister at TCU. Originally from Murfreeboro, TN, he graduated from Lipscomb University in 2008 and moved to the mountains of East Tennessee. After two years working at a PCA church there -- and living in a cabin up a hollow behind Dollywood theme park -- Bradford enrolled at Reformed Theological Seminary (Charlotte) and received his M.Div and call to RUF in the spring of 2013. He enjoys reading, Tennessee football, smoking meats, and fussing with his beard.
Cristina is a native of Houston, TX and graduated from TCU -- where she was active in RUF -- in 2008 and from RTS Charlotte in 2013 (ThM). She's also a Master Gardener, and less formally a master at baking chocolate chip cookies and finding good food in Fort Worth. The Greens met working at Young Life's Wilderness Ranch in Colorado and were married in 2011. From '13-'19 they planted a new RUF work at Hendrix College in Conway, AR. Bradford and Cristina have three kids: Weldon (b. 2013), Rosie (b. 2016), and Wilkes (b. 2019).
My name is Peyton Boucek, I'm 23 years old born and raised in Memphis, TN and obtained my undergraduate bachelors degree in communication studies at the University of Alabama. A few of my favorite hobbies are: hunting, fishing, golf, soccer, basketball, and hiking. I enjoy cooking all types of wild game meats especially those that I harvest. The RUF community has been super important to me over the last few years of my college experience.