In the coming months, the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life and campus partners will provide the following opportunities to create time and space to tend to your soul this season.

During the Coming Weeks on Wednesdays:

October 11th  (10am – 2pm) – Wall of Words

Stop by the writing wall set up the Founders Statue and write what grieves you or what gives you hope.

October 18th (10am – 2pm) – Candles in the Chapel

Light a candle on the steps of Robert Carr Chapel honoring a person or community you want to lift up in prayer or reflection.

October 25th (10am – 2pm) – Notes of Hope

Stop by and leave a note of hope to distribute throughout campus.

During the Week of All Saints’ and All Soul’s Day:

111/1 Wednesday, 5:15pm – All Saints’ Day Mass with TCU Catholic Community, Robert Carr Chapel

11/2 Thursday, 12pm  – Service for All Souls’ Day, Robert Carr Chapel

Other related opportunities:

Books and Bread – Join us over soup and bread as we read through Brenee Brown’s most recent book, Braving the Wilderness which examines how we cultivate true belonging in our communities, organizations, and culture.  Conversations begin Monday, October 30th from 12pm-1pm in RSL’s Conference Room in Jarvis Hall and last for four weeks.  Sign up at faith@tcu.edu by 10/25.

Weekly silent meditation occurs Tuesdays at 11:30 in RSL’s multi-faith prayer room in Jarvis Hall.  Everyone is always welcome. Likewise, a weekly centering prayer group will likely begin in the near future. If interested, please email faith@tcu.edu.

Weekly devotionals will be available beginning the week of October 16th through the beginning of Advent exploring what it means to seek hope and healing in difficult times. These will be emailed to those on our existing devotional list or anyone who emails faith@tcu.edu with the word “devotionals” in the subject line.