The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life provides university-wide ecumenical opportunities for students, faculty and staff to grow in their faith. We hope in these opportunities you find a place where your soul can rest for a while, where you ask questions, where you can worship, where you can grow and where your spirit can be fed.

Our Feed Your Spirit programming includes:

Human Resources Spiritual Wellness: Providing spiritual wellness workshops for TCU faculty and staff on topics ranging from discernment to centering prayer and more.

Advent and Lenten Devotionals:  Written by members of the TCU community, these seasonal devotionals address topics relevant to campus life. To sign up to receive these devotionals please email faith@tcu.edu.   To see past devotionals check out the TCU Faith and Spirit Blog.

Chapel Worship: Mixing both traditional and contemporary styles, chapel worship exists to unite Christians across campus during special times of the academic and religious year. While worship reflects the rich history of the university’s Disciples and Protestant background, it is intentionally inclusive and open to everyone

Multi-faith Prayer Room: This room is located in Jarvis Hall room 112 from 8 AM – 5 PM Monday-Friday.  You are invited to come anytime it is open without an appointment to sit in the quiet with the holy for a while.  This calming room has prayer and meditation resources available in it.  If you would like to reserve this room for a small group to pray, meditate or meet in please email faith@tcu.edu .  The room can be reserved for times outside of normal daily hours.

Book and Lunch groups:  For students, faculty, and staff during Advent and Lent. Past books have included Stitches: A Handbook on Meaning, Hope, and Repair by Anne Lamott and City of God: Faith in the Streets by Sara Miles.

Retreats and Trips: Topics include vocation, Taize prayer, spirituality, and more.

Popular RSL Programs also include (click the title to learn more!):

This I Believe at TCU 

TCU Interfaith Initiative

Crossroads Lecture