This Week at Brite

Week of January 20, 2020

Chapel- Tuesday, 11:00 a.m., Robert Carr Chapel
Community Conversation- Tuesday, Noon, Bass Conference Center
Episcopal Eucharist- Wednesday, 12:15 p.m., Robert Carr Chapel
Here and Now Group Meeting- Wednesday, 3:30,
BSA Meeting- Thursday, 11:00 a.m., Moore 114
Community Coffee Hour- Thursday, 11:00 a.m., Weatherly Hall
Brite Black Seminarians Meeting- Thursday, Noon, Walker Preaching Lab
Methodist-Baptist Dialogue- Thursday, 4:30 p.m., Bass Conference Center
Music, Theology and Diversity- Thursday, 7:45 p.m.,

Join us Thursday, January 23rd at 4:30 p.m. for the Methodist-Baptist Dialogue. Over a shared meal, Baptists and Methodists will discuss their faith—their shared commitments, their common passions, as well as issues they see differently. Gain insights to enrich your own spirituality and to build relationships that promote common ministry. Speakers will include Shelly Mathews and Russ Dalton. Dinner will be provided.

Here and Now group will meet Wednesdays at 3:30 p.m. Contact for more info.

Mark your calendars to attend a special community coffee hour on Thursday, January 23 in Weatherly Hall. Come enjoy special refreshments and write thank-you notes to the donors who have funded Brite scholarships and the discounted tuition enjoyed by all students. Advancement will provide all necessary materials and sample letters. Your thank you means more to our financial supporters than anything we can do to show our appreciation. Please help us in expressing our gratitude for their gifts and in encouraging them to continue to support Brite scholarships. If you cannot be there but would like to participate, please contact Mary Brouillette at

Music, Theology, and Diversity will meet on Tuesdays at 7:45 p.m. this semester. For more information please contact

TCU Student Development Services will be at Leibrock Village on Monday, February 3 at 4:30 p.m. to host Intentional Dialogue Training. Participate in meaningful dialogue among diverse members of the graduate student community as we strive to build a more inclusive, connected and vibrant community. Strengthen self-awareness and empathy to effectively communicate personal ideologies and viewpoints across areas of difference or during conflict. Gain a deeper understanding of how our identities shape interactions. Please RSVP at

Mark your calendars for February 17-19 for three days of inspiring worship, thought-provoking lectures, enriching workshops and an uplifting organ recital and hymn sing. Our preacher is Rev. Grace Imathiu and plenary speakers are Rev. Dr. Nancy Ramsay, Rev. Michael Yandell, Rev. Richard McCullen, and Rev. Dr. Eugene Boring. As this event is a gift from Brite Divinity School, Texas Christian University and University Christian Church there is no general registration fee; however, pre-registration is encouraged and closes Wednesday, February 12.

As a service to our students, Brite maintains a job board at Please remember that students wishing to coordinate their employment with Supervised Ministry expectations must first contact Dr. Steve Sprinkle, Director of Field Education and Supervised Ministry. If you have an opportunity that you would like to have posted on the board, please contact Christa Franks at

February 10- Black Church Studies lecture
March 4- EmbRace gathering in Weatherly Hall
March 26- Coffee Hour Book Launch with Dr. Bar McClure
March 16-17 Asian (Korean) Church Studies Colloquies
April 17-19- Borderlands Institute Forum on Immigration and Social Justice
April 23- Spring Celebration
May 9- Hooding and Commencement Ceremonies

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