Office of Religious and Spiritual Life
The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life offers resources, programs and staff dedicated to supporting faith communities, religious expression and spiritual exploration throughout TCU. TCU has a vibrant history as a university affiliated with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), a tradition that values dialogue, freedom of thought and a mutual concern for all people. The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life is committed to respecting the dignity of every individual, celebrating our rich diversity and welcoming all of God's people.
The office is a space to connect, a place to belong and a springboard from which to branch out. Through the office's services, students can connect with a campus ministry or student religious organization; find opportunities for worship, study and fellowship; explore commonalities through interfaith dialogue; and engage in meaningful conversations about life's big questions. The work of the office includes:
Supporting a Vibrant Religious Life
Creating Dialogue and Learning Across Traditions
Meeting Student's Spiritual Needs
Engaging in Social Justice, Community Activism and Relief Work
Located on the first floor of Jarvis Hall, The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life is open seven days a week and is home to a multi-faith prayer room and the RSL Library and Resource Center. As a long-standing part of TCU, Robert Carr Chapel is open daily for prayer and personal reflection, and is available for worship and other sacred occasions. In addition to TCU's religious life staff, students will also find more than 10 full-time or part-time campus ministers and religious life partners who offer support, connection, and opportunities for growth.
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