New Year’s worship service offers new beginnings


    TCU Religious and Spiritual Life and the TCU student worship team are encouraging students to strengthen their relationships with God and set New Year resolutions.

    A campus-wide worship will be held Thursday night to celebrate the New Year and strategize ways to plan new beginnings with God, said TCU Associate Chaplain Allison Lanza.

    Students, chaplains and campus ministers will lead the worship from various Christian traditions and backgrounds.

    “It is important that we all come together despite differences to say that even though we have differences in the way we worship and what we believe,” Lanza said, “We are all one family of God and here’s a way we can worship together.”

    TCU students, faculty, alumni and anyone from the Fort Worth community are welcome to join. The program includes music from the TCU Worship Team Band, prayer, reflection and scripture.

    TCU’s religious organizations hope these university-wide worships will bring the TCU community together to worship as one, Lanza said.

    The campus-wide worship, one of six scheduled for the year, is scheduled to be held at 7 p.m. on Jan. 22 in the Beck and Geren rooms of the Brown-Lupton University Union.

    For more information about the event, please visit the TCU Religious and Spiritual Life website or contact Allison Lanza at