University of Oklahoma

Join us Mondays at 8 PM | Large Group | The Henderson Tulson Cultural Center

RUF at OU is a community of students centered on the story of God's love for the world in the person of Jesus. As we are being shaped by the love of Jesus, we are growing in our love for God, our neighbors, and the world as we seek to serve our campus and community. Although we are a Christian ministry, students from all religious (or non-religious) backgrounds are processing together who Jesus is and what he means for their lives. We are growing together in what it means to be truly human as persons made in the image of God who embody his love for the world.

Join Us

Large Group: Following Jesus...Finding Ourselves in the Gospel of Mark

Mondays at 8 PM
In the Henderson Tulson Cultural Center

New Student Lunch

Tuesdays 12-1:30 PM
In the Cate Dining Hall

Veggie Tales Bible Study

Thursdays 6:00-7:15 PM
Off Campus


Contact us for a ride to a local church on Sundays

Freshmen Bible Study

Contact for details

Prayer Pods

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If you are an incoming freshman and are attending a Camp Crimson session, please contact Scott and let us know! We would love to meet you and help welcome you to campus. We would love to connect with you and take you out for lunch or coffee!

Visiting OU? Call or email Scott if you are a prospective student, parent, or just someone who wants to learn more about RUF at OU!

Meet Our Team

Scott Morris

Scott Morris

Campus Minister

Scott and Helen are displaced Southerners learning what it means to be Okies, “where the wind comes sweeping down the plains.” Scott was born into an army family and has moved all over, mostly growing up in Georgia and Alabama. He graduated with his Bachelor in Chemical Engineering in 2010 from Auburn University. He loves to run, read, do pretty much anything outside, and he loves college football (so we’re in the right place!).

Helen grew up in Florence, Alabama, and received her Bachelor of Arts in Music (Vocal Performance) from Birmingham Southern College in 2011. She also grew up an avid reader, but she exceeds Scott’s capacity for the arts in her love for everything music, from musical theater and opera to praise and worship.

Scott and Helen were both involved in RUF as students, and Scott served as an intern with RUF at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. Scott and Helen dated and got married in Birmingham in 2012. After Scott finished up at Samford in 2013, they moved to St. Louis to attend Covenant Theological Seminary. They both graduated in 2016: Scott with a Masters of Divinity, and Helen with a Masters of Worship and Music. They have been so blessed by the ministry of RUF themselves, and they are excited to be called to love and minister to the students of OU. Boomer Sooner!

Molly Delaney

Molly Delaney


Molly was born and raised in Florida, the youngest of four. She graduated in May of 2018 from the University of Central Florida where she studied Human Communication and writing. Her first week on campus she encountered RUF during a tabling event. It was through the ministry of RUF that she witnessed the gospel lived out in the lives of students and campus staff. It was also there, that she built life long friendships and felt the Lord calling her to vocational ministry. Molly loves how RUF offers a safe place for students to come as they are and experience authentic, compassionate, life-giving community and teaching. In college, Molly worked several random jobs but her favorite was teaching group exercise at UCF's Recreation & Wellness Center. Molly's other interests include: running, her baby niece Nora, LaCroix, and going out to breakfast.

Logan Hewitt

Logan Hewitt


Logan Hewitt grew up in Coweta, Oklahoma, as a typical middle child, with four other siblings. He went to Oklahoma State University (go pokes!) to pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering. It was during his time there that he began to go to RUF and was eventually pushed into the fellowship he found there by the challenges of college life. Logan loved the community he found and the encouragement of his brothers and sisters in Christ and was pulled to vocational ministry in the hopes of helping create that safe space for more college students. His favorite things are Dr. Pepper, Reese's, feeling active, and good conversations.