Baha'i Club Devotional is a gathering at which Princeton students and affiliates from any religious or non-religious background are welcome to attend. We read passages from a variety of sacred texts and discuss a particular subject each session.
The Center for Jewish Life offers a variety of student-led groups (such as Kesher, Koach and Yavneh) and ways to get involved in Jewish life on campus. Website: http://www.princeton.edu/hillel/student-life/student-groups/
Muslim Student Association strives to increase students' understanding of Islam, to bring Muslim students together as a community, and to sponsor events for the enjoyment and knowledge of all interested in exploring Islam.
Treasurer: Anne Haque '17
Princeton Buddhist Students Group is dedicated to the practice of mindful living, meditation, and Buddhist culture. Group meditations are held daily on the third floor of Murray-Dodge Hall at Princeton University. Our programs include meditation instructions, group practice, dinner discussions, special talks, and other activities. The PBSG welcomes people of any spiritual tradition who would like to learn about the benefit of mindful living and Buddhist meditation.
Princeton Faith and Action exists to develop Christian leaders in order to transform culture. Princeton Faith and Action offers Bible courses, an Investigative Dinner series, and special sessions on various theological issues.
Princeton Hindu Satsangam aims to foster a Hindu community. We are a joyous, passionate family committed to supporting each other in our academic, social, and spiritual growth. Our meetings and discussions are open to people of all backgrounds, creeds, and beliefs, Hindu and non-Hindu. We are united in our plurality.
Princeton Leaders in Christ is a ministry that uniquely provides Christian students with a community to grow in faith, a platform to use all given gifts for the glory of God, and a space to commune and pray as one. "Fresh Start," our daily morning prayer service, consists of students coming together to pray, worship, share testimonies, and hear a Bible based message.
Princeton University Gospel Ensemble is a student-directed musical group, re-formed in 1983 to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ through song. Its repertoire includes traditional spirituals, church hymns, and contemporary gospel that reflect the variety of music that has developed in the Black churches of America.
Princeton University Society of Humanists is dedicated to promoting and defending rational thought and secular humanism at Princeton and beyond. Founded in 2011.
President: Morgan Presley '15
Sikhs of Princeton is an organization that shares and celebrates the Sikh religion and culture with the Princeton student body through religious practice, celebrations, and community service.
Don't have a student group for your religious tradition yet, but want to start one?
Contact Dean Alison Boden , Dean of Religious Life and the Chapel of Princeton University