We believe that at the foundation of all religious life is community – the connection between individuals and the growth that comes from experiencing and sharing faith together.
RSL provides advising, support & resources for over 20 diverse student religious organizations on campus that serve over 1950 students from across faith traditions, denominations and backgrounds. Groups may be centered around a shared tradition such as the Catholic Community or Muslim Student Association, connected to a national organization, such as Campus Crusade for Christ or Young Life, or focused on a special interest or projects such as music, dance, mission work or special events. Each group provides their own unique way for opportunities of worship, study, service and/or learning.
RSL provides support, advising, leadership development and general oversight for all TCU student religious organizations, leaders and staff while also addressing the changing need for new religious communities and places of expression. We gather organization leaders together through the Student Leadership Council each month and connect organizations to experts and resources through the Religious Advisory Council.
All students are invited to join any of these communities or connect with RSL staff to find a faith community off-campus or begin a new one.
Spiritually Healthy vs Unhealthy Communities
Student Religious Organizations Staff Directory
RSL Interfaith Initiatives
RSL invites people from all spiritual perspectives and religious traditions to work together around a common cause that helps others in need. While we represent various faith traditions at TCU, our hope is that by uniting around a common purpose we can promote campus-wide understanding and respect of diverse spiritual beliefs by means of communication, dialogue, education, and advocacy and serve our community. Simply put, we’re about building relationships, actively learning, and engaging in opportunities for service. All are welcome. All are accepted. No exceptions.
Office Contact: Lea McCracken
BSM (Baptist Student Ministry)
The BSM exists to help Horned Frogs “Love God, Serve Campus, and Reach the World” better so that one day we can look up and see Horned Frogs sent to the ends of the earth! We do everything from weekly Bible studies, to worship nights, to mission trips all over the world! Check out our website (www.hornedfrogbsm.com) or Instagram (@hornedfrogbsm) to stay up to date with what’s happening!
Affiliated Campus Minister: Warren Ethridge
Advisor: Cynthia Helton
Facebook: Horned Frog BSM
BYX – Brothers Under Christ (Beta Upsilon Chi)
A Christian fraternity, created in 1989, to establish unity among college men under the common bond of Jesus Christ.
Student Contact: Isaak McGuire
Advisor : Tyler Fisher
Meeting Time: Tuesdays at 9:20 in Sid Richardson Lecture Hall 4
The goal and passion of CIA is to spread the love of Christ and the passion of praise through dance expression. Our intent is to combine our gifts and techniques in the art of dance and incorporate them into a fervent demonstration of faith.
Contact: Calling in Action
Advisor: Suzanne Carter
Meeting Time: Wednesdays at 8pm, Sundays at 4pm; Rec Center Multipurpose Room 2.
TCU Catholic is a home for all students to find rest and a family to walk with on their journey to becoming who God created them to be. Guided by the Holy Spirit and rooted in the Sacraments, we strive to spread the love and good news of Jesus Christ to the TCU community.
Affiliated Campus Minister: Gabe Gutierrez
Sunday Mass @ 11:00AM in Robert Carr Chapel & 5:00PM at the TCU Catholic Newman Center (2704 W. Berry St.);
Wednesday Mass @ 5:15 in the Newman Center
Confession times: Sundays – 9:00AM-10:00AM & 3:30PM-4:30PM; Wednesdays – 4:30PM-5:00PM
All confessions are held at the TCU Catholic Newman Center
Meeting Time: “Newman Night” Wednesdays 6:00PM (dinner, talk, small groups)
At TCU XA, we believe no one was meant to live life alone. We are a community of students, a family, that desires to follow Christ together and serve our campus, community, and world. We meet weekly in LifeGroups, and have tons of other opportunities to grow spiritually, to connect with friends, and to help others in need. We’d love to meet you, and hope to see you on campus soon!
Affiliated Campus Minister: Andrew Youngblood
Advisor: Sheri Milhollin
Girls Lifegroup: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday options
Guys Lifegroup: Tuesday and Thursday options
Large group gatherings: Mondays @ 7:30pm in Robert Carr Chapel
Please visit the TCU Chi Alpha website for times and locations.
Delight is a college women’s community that grows together, serves together, learns together, and does life together while chasing the heart of God.
Advisor: Kate Weyenberg
Meeting Time: Tuesday @ 5:30 in the Robert Carr Chapel
Disciples on Campus (Disciples of Christ)
Disciples on Campus is a radically inclusive, faith family that welcomes all students to continue their spiritual journey through engaging worships, reflective studies, compassionate outreach (PB&J Mondays), and life-giving social opportunities. We seek to find and develop our spiritual centers so that we can be in a better relationship with God and all of creation.
Contact: Disciples on Campus
Advisor: Lauren Sierra
Meeting Time: Monday @ 7:00 – Location Varies, Friday @12 in Jarvis Hall
Exodus is a four-day retreat for incoming TCU students. The purpose is to provide students with an atmosphere focused on building godly relationships and uniting them in the body of Christ at TCU.
Contact: Exodus Retreat TCU
Meeting Time: September 18-20, 2020; location TBD
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Presents to athletes, coaches, and all they influence the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord.
Affiliated Campus Minister: Chauncey Franks
Advisor: Matt Lewis
Meeting Time: Mondays @ 8:00 in the John Justin Center, Four Sevens Room
A Christian sorority whose purpose is to establish a sisterhood among women at TCU who seek to nourish their bond with the Lord Jesus Christ.
Contact: Sigma Phi Lambda
Advisor: Crystal Page
TCU Hillel is the home for Jewish life at Texas Christian University, serving the cultural, religious, educational, and social needs of all segments of the undergraduate and graduate Jewish student communities.
Jewish Community Advisor: Mimi Zimmerman
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Michael Strausz
International Christian Fellowship
International Christian Fellowship is an organization seeking to help international students grow spiritually, build friendships, and adjust to life in America. Events include Welcome, Christmas, and Easter Parties, Bible studies, and cultural dinners that each feature a different country’s customs and cuisine. ICF is made up of both international and American students – we’d love to have you join us!
Campus Minister: Lonnie Holbrook
Meeting Time: Friday @ 5 PM
Muslim Student Association
Providing educational and support programs for Muslim students, promoting Muslim unity, disseminating Islamic knowledge and fostering friendly relations with non-Muslims.
Muslim Community Advisor: Ozair Hasan
Student Contact: Raqaiya Sharif
Meeting Time: Thursday @ 5:00-6:00 PM (will change periodically) in the Jarvis Prayer Room
Reformed University Fellowship (Presbyterian)
RUF is the campus ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America-PCA however you’ll find students from a wide variety of backgrounds here at TCU, because we welcome students from any and all walks of life. Our aim is to “reach students for Christ and equip them to serve in His church.”
Affiliated Campus Minister: Bradford Green
Advisor: Ron Pitcock
Meeting Time: Tuesdays @ 7:00 in the BLUU auditorium
Building laborers for Christ from the college campuses of the world. We help interested students explore the relevance of faith and its relationship to personal, academic, and social concerns.
Affiliated Campus Minister: Stephen Click
Advisor: Lee Taylor Walker
TCU Wesley is a Christian campus ministry. We are officially connected to the United Methodist Church, but we have all kinds of folks who are part of our community. Not only is everyone welcome, but we truly believe that everyone belongs here. Wesley is a community of people seeking to follow Jesus and help others know and follow Jesus. This means we watch over one another in love and help each other grow in our relationships with Christ.
Campus Minister: Eddie Kahler
Meeting Time: Wednesday @ 7:00 – dinner, worship @ 7:45 in the Wesley House (2750 W Lowden)
Word of Truth Gospel Choir
Spreads the word of God through song and performances occur throughout the year.
Contact: Word of Truth
Advisors: Leigh Holland and Dr. Sharon Gooding
Meeting Time: Tuesday @ 8 PM, Zeidman (3rd floor of BLUU)
A Christian ministry that reaches out to junior high and high school-aged kids by building friendships with them and earning the right to make a positive impact on their lives. TCU Young Life also includes a college student community for fellowship, study and growth.
Campus Minister: Joey Turner
Meeting Time: Tuesday @ 7:30 PM