A commitment to community weaves through everything we do at Brite. The weekly schedule includes multiple opportunities for worship, spiritual growth, and collaborative learning. The life of the community reflects Brite’s commitment to an open table where all are invited and made welcome and through which all are valued by God and one another.
Tuesdays at 11:00 a.m., Brite and TCU students, faculty, staff, the Fort Worth community, and beyond gather in Robert Carr Chapel for Weekly Chapel Service. Our Weekly Chapel Service is a space in which all individuals are invited to be authentically free as we seek to create an ecumenical and interfaith community. Students play an active role in providing leadership in worship and are invited to share their unique giftedness with the community.
Following Weekly Chapel Service, the community gathers for Community Conversation. These are meaningful gatherings during which students, faculty, and staff listen and learn in a more informal setting, and address together issues of importance to the community.
Wednesdays at 12:15 p.m., the community gathers in Robert Carr Chapel for Episcopal Eucharist.
Thursdays at 11:00 a.m., the community convenes for a casual Coffee hour in Weatherly Hall, which serves as a student lounge and gathering space. Occasional gatherings include faculty colloquies, guest lectures, and special events.