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Frogs First Worship 2018

Frogs First Worship

Sunday Aug 19 | 10:30 am - 10:30 am

Frogs First Worship is an ecumenical worship service for all students, and a chance to meet Campus Ministers!

Robert Carr Chapel

Robert Carr Chapel
2855 South University Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Disciples on Campus

Frogs First Worship
Disciples on Campus is a progressive community of Christians exploring their faith through fellowship, socials, worship, spiritual growth, mission, service, Bible studies & discussion groups. We welcome all students to be part of our DOC family, just the way you are! Olivia See, Disciples Campus Minister, serves alongside the DOC Leadership to assist in the ministries of this community. We have over 400 Disciples students on campus coming from all over the United States and many other parts of the world. TCU DOC (Disciples on Campus) is the on campus community of Disciples students and friends! We create community, support one another and build bridges. We fellowship together, worship together, serve the community and engage in study and dialogue among ourselves and with others. We hope to bring the best of what it means to be Disciples to the TCU campus, our communities and God's creation. Mission: Disciples on Campus is a student organization at Texas Christian University formed as a community that provides a presence for the Disciples of Christ at Texas Christian University, so that Disciple students have an avenue to continue their spiritual growth in college as they learn to be better witnesses to the gospel of Jesus Christ. Disciples on Campus offers various vehicles to achieve this through challenging Bible studies, mission and service projects, weekly meals and devotionals, retreats, and many other student initiated ministries. Vision: Disciples on Campus will be one of the prominent and respected religious voices that contribute to spiritual growth and development at Texas Christian University where all students are welcomed, affirmed, and challenged to grow into competent Christians who seek to improve the communities in which they live and the world.
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Last Supper: Telling Stories that Matter

Monday Mar 26 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

TCU Disciples on Campus is partnering with
Women and Gender Studies and Comparative Race and
Ethnic Studies to honor the legacy of Vada Felder– The first African American Graduate of TCU/BRITE.

RSVP to disciples@tcu.edu

Religious and Spiritual Life

Religious and Spiritual Life

About Disciples on Campus

Last Supper: Telling Stories that Matter
Disciples on Campus is a progressive community of Christians exploring their faith through fellowship, socials, worship, spiritual growth, mission, service, Bible studies & discussion groups. We welcome all students to be part of our DOC family, just the way you are! Olivia See, Disciples Campus Minister, serves alongside the DOC Leadership to assist in the ministries of this community. We have over 400 Disciples students on campus coming from all over the United States and many other parts of the world. TCU DOC (Disciples on Campus) is the on campus community of Disciples students and friends! We create community, support one another and build bridges. We fellowship together, worship together, serve the community and engage in study and dialogue among ourselves and with others. We hope to bring the best of what it means to be Disciples to the TCU campus, our communities and God's creation. Mission: Disciples on Campus is a student organization at Texas Christian University formed as a community that provides a presence for the Disciples of Christ at Texas Christian University, so that Disciple students have an avenue to continue their spiritual growth in college as they learn to be better witnesses to the gospel of Jesus Christ. Disciples on Campus offers various vehicles to achieve this through challenging Bible studies, mission and service projects, weekly meals and devotionals, retreats, and many other student initiated ministries. Vision: Disciples on Campus will be one of the prominent and respected religious voices that contribute to spiritual growth and development at Texas Christian University where all students are welcomed, affirmed, and challenged to grow into competent Christians who seek to improve the communities in which they live and the world.