West Virginia University

Join us for Food and Fellowship Night! Wednesdays - dinner at 7pm, worship and teaching at 7:30pm - Jean Benson Lounge on the main level of Lyon Tower

Join us at one of our week Large Group Food and Fellowship Nights, or our weekly Small Group Bible Studies! Or come to one of our social events throughout the semester to find friends and learn more about Jesus!

Weekly Events

Food and Fellowship Night

Wednesday @ 7 PM
JB Lounge, Lyon Tower

Honors/Downtown Bible Study

Thursdays at TBD
Honors Hall 102 (RFL Annex)

Evansdale Bible Study

Thursdays at TBD
G08 under Lyon Tower

Upperclassmen/off-campus Bible Study


Women's Study

TBD (contact Kaitlyn)

Noon Prayer

Monday and Friday at 12pm in the Cacapon Room of the Lair
Tuesday and Thursday at the tables in the Lyon Tower hallway


Established in 2017, RUF at WVU is a vibrant and student-led Christian ministry that warmly welcomes everyone in the WVU family. Under the guidance of Rev. Peter Green, our dedicated Campus Minister, RUF provides a nurturing environment for convinced Christians to deepen their faith and grow spiritually and where unconvinced can explore Christianity within a safe and supportive community. Whether you're seeking to strengthen your beliefs, curious to learn about Christianity, or simply looking for genuine friendships and fellowship, RUF at WVU offers a place where you can embark on a meaningful journey of discovery, connection, and personal growth with fellow students. Join us as we come together to explore faith, build relationships, and create lasting memories throughout your time at WVU.

Meet Our Team

Peter Green

Peter Green

Campus Minister

Peter grew up in Bethlehem, PA and attended Lehigh University. In 2006 Peter moved to Covenant Theological Seminary to pursue an M.Div. At Covenant, Peter and Megan met and married. After graduation in 2010, they moved to Wheaton, IL and for the next four years Peter worked on a Ph.D. in Biblical Theology at Wheaton College. The Lord blessed them with two children during their time in Wheaton (Elijah, born in 2011, and Amelia, born in 2013).

After finishing his on-campus courses for his doctorate, Peter and Megan moved to Megan’s hometown in Alaska. While there, Peter simultaneously worked to finish his dissertation and help a group of families start a church. After their full-time church planter arrived, Peter took a job on Alaska’s “North Slope” working in the oil and gas industry. During their time in Alaska, the Greens enjoyed raising goats, chickens, rabbits, and bees with Megan’s parents and fishing for salmon. The Lord also blessed them with another child, Isaac, born in 2016. In the spring of 2016, Peter officially graduated from Wheaton College with his Ph.D., and in December he accepted the job as RUF campus minister to WVU.

Beyond working on various farm and building projects, Peter loves reading, hiking, playing with his kids, and talking with college students about just about everything, especially the Bible and God’s love for them.