University of Alabama at Birmingham

Join us Thursday nights at 7:30 in Heritage Hall Room 125

Thanks for checking out RUF at UAB! We are a fellowship of students who desire to enjoy God, to equip God's people through the college years, and to extend God's grace. We strive to be a safe place where people from all different walks of life can come to find community, enjoy friendship, and to consider the words of Jesus Christ. We look forward to meeting you!

Join Us

Large Group

Thursdays at 7:30 pm
Heritage Hall Room 125

1 Peter Bible Study (with Rebecca R.)

Mondays 1-2pm

Dig Deeper Bible Study (with Brad)

Tuesdays 12:30-1:30pm

Galatians Bible Study (with Amy)

Fridays 12:30-1:30pm

RUF Lunch in The Hill

Wednesdays 11:30-1pm

Connect

Reach out to our Campus Staff at amy.hudson@ruf.org!

Meet Our Team

Brad Owens

Brad Owens

Campus Minister

Brad Owens is married to his wonderful wife, Anna, and they have three beautiful children: Haddie, Ella Kate, and Caleb. Brad graduated from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville in 2012, and then from Covenant Seminary in 2017. Before becoming an RUF Campus Minister, Brad was the Associate Pastor of Discipleship and Youth for 5 years at Blythewood Presbyterian Church in Blythewood, SC.

Brad enjoys reading, swimming, running, good food, and spending time with Anna and the kiddos, as well as the always-satisfying bowl of ice cream!

Amy Hudson

Amy Hudson

Campus Staff

Amy is a graduate of Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, GA where she received her degree in Middle Grades Education. After teaching in Birmingham for a few years, she taught missionary kids in rural western Uganda with World Harvest Mission (now Serge). In 2011, Amy joined RUF and worked with RUF at Samford University for three years. In 2014 she moved to start RUF at Meredith College, a women's college in Raleigh, NC. In 2019 she returned to Birmingham with RUF at UAB.

She loves many things in her life including: cooking at home, being with friends, listening to podcasts, traveling, and reading. Some of her favorite things include her dog Jasper, being outdoors, planting things, working on house projects, and watching documentaries. Amy is grateful God has called her to UAB and considers it a great privilege to be a part of God's work on that campus.