TSU leaders start new semester with prayer service


Leaders at Tennessee State University started the spring semester with a prayer service Wednesday morning.  

University president Glenda Glover, Nashville Mayor David Briley and other faith leaders in Nashville all attended the public event.  

Glover told News 2 she believes it is important to incorporate prayer into everything.  

“TSU belongs to all of us – it belongs to the community,” she said. “We were happy to see the love and support shown today from community leaders – from ministers, faculty, staff and students here. It’s very appreciative, it’s very heartwarming and very uplifting.”  

TSU held a reception for the public at the fellowship hall after the service. The university has held the prayer service for seven years.  

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