College of William & Mary

Join us every Tuesday night at 7:30 PM in McGlothlin 020

RUF at W&M is a community of students that exists to love and serve the College of William and Mary. Our goal is to help students come to understand, know, and follow Jesus Christ as they walk through their college years, and to help lay a foundation for a lifetime of following Jesus and serving him in all areas of life. We're here for the campus-for students from any religious background and students who have no religious background at all. Whoever you are and whatever your story, RUF is for you.

Join Us

Large Group

Tuesdays at 7:30 PM
McGlothlin 020

Small Groups and Other Meetings Throughout the Week

Contact Ben for more information or visit www.wm.ruf.org

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Meet Our Team

Ben Robertson

Ben Robertson

Minister

Our campus minister, Rev. Ben Robertson is a graduate of Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Mo. He and his wife Dawn moved to Williamsburg in the summer of 2006 They have four children ages 3-10. The Robertsons love college students, RUF and the College of William & Mary and are glad to serve you in any way they can. Feel free to contact Ben atĀ brobertson@ruf.orgĀ or ask to be Ben's Facebook Friend, he just might oblige. Dawn is a native of Virginia and an alum of Virginia Commonwealth University where she majored in Art Education. Along with being a mom, Dawn continues to enjoy watercolor and photography when she manages to find the time. Their kids enjoy Pixar, candy, spontaneous dancing (usually to Fleet Foxes), and having "RUF friends" over to the house for cookouts or waffles.

Chelsea Kelly

Chelsea Kelly

Staff

Chelsea grew up in Iowa City, IA and then attended Northwestern University. After an internship with RUF at the University of Nebraska, she attended Covenant Seminary and got a Master of Divinity. She is excited to be back with RUF as campus staff at beautiful Mary Baldwin University!

Chelsea loves cooking and baking for people, reading any and every good book, watching college football, and going to art museums.