The Office of Religious Life encourages the campus community to take advantage of opportunities for worship and meditation in a variety of traditions.
University Chapel - Our Ecumenical Christian Worship Service draws students, faculty and staff, townspeople and visitors together to hear God's word, to sing God's praise, to lift up the University, and the world, in prayer. Worship Service on Sunday at 11am in the Chapel, during the academic year (10am in the summer). For more details, please visit the University Chapel website.
Aquinas Institute / Roman Catholic Ministryy - The Aquinas Institute is our Catholic community on campus, and we have found Jesus and His strength again and again – through masses and confession, through prayer and retreats, through service, study, and fun while engaged in the active life of our university. Through Aquinas, our spiritual needs are met that we might be more fulfilled here at Princeton. Please visit our website, http://princetoncatholic.org, for information about the Chaplaincy, Mass schedules, event calendar, newsletter, and more.
Athletes in Action - an international, interdenominational Christian fellowship open to all but geared towards college athletes. Game Time: Thursdays at 9pm, Art Museum, McCormick 101. For more information, contact Rev. Dr. David Buschman, (609) 258-1511, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.princeton.edu/~aia.
For more information, contact Rev. Dr. David W. Buschman, Campus Minister, (609) 258-1511, email@example.com
The Center For Jewish Life - Reform, Conservative and Orthodox Sabbath Services on Friday at the Center for Jewish Life (70 Washington Road) followed by Shabbat dinner. Times vary with sunset. Conservative/Egalitarian and Orthodox services on Saturday morning. Weekday services: Orthodox minyanim three times per day. For more information, call (609) 258-3635 for service schedules, visit the Center for Jewish Life website. or contact Rabbi Julie Roth, Executive Director, julroth@Princeton.edu.
Century One - We are a student led, informal bible discussion group right here at Princeton University, and our goal is to learn more about God's message for college students as communicated through the bible. Visit our website www.princeton.edu/~centone or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chabad - Weekly Shabbat Dinners at 7pm during the Fall Term and at 8pm during the Spring Term. Challah Baking and Coffee on Thursdays at 8pm. Located at 15 Edwards Place in Princeton. For more information, contact Rabbi Eitan Webb, Chaplain, (609) 683-3780, email@example.com or visit www.princeton.edu/~chabad.
Chapel Deacons offer student leadership in the University Chapel and participate in services and help lead the Chapel Student Fellowship.
Chapel Student Fellowship offers weekly bible study and spiritual reflection in a supportive environment.
Faculty Commons - Ministry for professors, graduate students (future professors), administrators, and staff. For more information, contact Rev. Dr. Scott B. Luley, Director. (609) 977-7833, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hallelujah! - Hallelujah! is a student-led interdenominational worship service in the African American church tradition. Hymns, praise, songs, contemporary gospel music, testimony, and altar prayer create a sanctuary for students who desire to deepen their faith. Hallelujah is a place where the rhythm of God is alive. Sunday Service at 1pm, Murray-Dodge, West Room. For more information, contact Rev. Deborah K. Blanks, Associate Dean of Religious Life and the Chapel, email@example.com.
Hindu Life - Aims to create and foster a community where students, faculty, staff, and the larger Princeton family can come together to celebrate the beauty and vitality of the Hindu culture. Bhajan Satsang (Devotional Music and Fellowship) with PHS, Sundays aworship at 5pm followed by dinner at 7pm in Murray-Dodge Hall Room 21 Room. Bhagavad Gita Study Group, Wednesdays at 6:00 PM, Murray-Dodge Hall Room 22. For more information, contact Vineet Chander, Coordinator for Hindu Life, firstname.lastname@example.org, 609-258-4833 or visit www.princeton.edu/~hindu. The Hindu Life Offfice is located in 34 Murray-Dodge Hall.
Hour of Power - An Interdenominational Service of Praise, Prayer and Proclamation, Murray-Dodge Hall, West Room. Services are held on Wednesdays from 12 Noon to 1pm. Box lunch is available if you respond to Joanne Sismondo, email@example.com by Monday evening. For more information, contact Rev. Deborah K. Blanks, Associate Dean of Religious Life and the Chapel, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://www-dept-edit.princeton.edu/religiouslife/activities-and-programs/hour-of-power/.
LEGACY- LEGACY focuses on reaching black students on campus with the gospel and deepening their knowledge of the Bible, while fostering unity and fellowship with the entire body of Christ.
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship - Princeton Graduate Christian Fellowship - Meetings are on Tuesdays at 7:30pm in Murray Dodge Hall. For more information, contact Rev. Dr. B. Keith Brewer, Director, email@example.com, Work (609) 258-1820, Home (908) 431-9739 or visit http://www.princeton.edu/~ivgrad.
Lutheran Campus Ministry- www.princetonlutheranchurch.org/lcm , Sunday Worship Services at Lutheran Church of the Messiah at 10:30 am, 407 Nassau Street, Princeton. Transportation available at 10:15 am from U-Store (36 University Place). Sunday Worship Service at Prince of Peace Lutheran at 8:30 & 11:00 am, 177 Princeton-Hightstown Road, Princeton Junction. Tuesday Evening Prayer (Taize) - University Chapel at 7:30pm - See website for details and schedule updates. Rev. Martin K. Erhardt, Chaplain - (609) 924-3642 - firstname.lastname@example.org