Living in Fort Worth

Fort WorthBrite sits in the heart of Fort Worth, TX, which is currently the 13th-largest city in the United States. Embracing the spirit of the Southwest, Fort Worth has the charm of a historic small town, as well as a flair for the arts within its culturally rich environment. Local attractions include the Kimbell Art Museum, Six Flags Over Texas, Texas Rangers, Billy Bob’s, Sundance Square, Fort Worth Zoo, Bass Performance Hall, and Texas Motor Speedway.

In Fort Worth and throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, you will find an abundance of opportunities to experience and engage the multiple cultures and faiths that co-exist in this region. The area is home to more than 2,000 churches, many with relationships to Brite.

Brite is seen by many as a haven in the Southwest, one that seeks to foster global awareness and open dialogues that broaden our understanding of the world beyond us and its impact on our region.

KimbellThe blending of cultures and wide-open spaces that make up the Southwest create a uniquely inviting context for life and ministry.

A thriving economy, low cost of living, and easy access through two major airports provide an infrastructure of support for study at Brite. The Fort Worth area is home to several company headquarters including Alcon, American Airlines, Bell Helicopter, BNSF Railways, GameStop,  Justin Boots, Pier 1 Imports and RadioShack.

Helpful Links:

A Livable City
Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau
Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce
City of Fort Worth