The Episcopal Church at Princeton (ECP) is a welcoming community of students, faculty, and staff that gathers to worship, ask tough questions, build meaningful friendships, and seek the common good. In addition to undergraduate and graduate students from Princeton University, our community is enriched by seminarians from Princeton Theological Seminary and music students from Westminster Choir College. Come with your devotion or doubt, regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, or background, and feel free contact to the chaplain any time. Connect with us at ecpton.org, fb.com/ecpton, and email@example.com.
Chaplain: The Rev. Joseph Wolyniak
Fr. Joseph is the Anglican/Episcopal Chaplain at Princeton. Having studied theology at Duke University and the University of Oxford, he served on the bishop’s staff in the Diocese of Colorado before accepting the call to the Princeton chaplaincy in fall 2016. He is married to The Rev. Liz Costello, associate rector at St Thomas Whitmarsh, and they live with their daughter on a horse farm just outside of Philadelphia, PA. A fellow at Mathey College, Fr. Joseph is on campus at least five days a week during term and is always happy to grab a meal or coffee with students. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, 203-850-2056 (text/call), or on Facebook at fb.com/jwolyniak.
Associate Chaplain: The Rev. Kara Slade
Mtr. Kara serves as the Theologian in Residence and Associate Chaplain at ECP. Before being ordained a priest, she did a BSE, MA, and PhD in engineering at Duke University and worked at NASA as a research engineer. She then returned to Duke for her theological education, completing an MDiv and PhD in theology. She has served on the pastoral staff of the Anglican Episcopal House of Studies at Duke Divinity School as well as in suburban and rural parishes in North Carolina and Alabama. And she has a ridiculously cute dog named Deacon. She can be contacted by email at email@example.com or by phone at 919-698-7193. As a resident priest on campus, she invites members of the community to contact her at any time in case of pastoral emergency.