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Christian Group

Kindred Spirit

Kindred Spirit is a Christian a cappella group dedicated to spreading the gospel through song and to glorifying the Lord Jesus Christ. KS offers inspirational outreach to Princeton and to audiences everywhere through arch sings, community service, and local performances.


Service / Meeting Schedule to be announced.

Christian Chaplaincy

Lutheran Campus Ministry

Welcome!  Princeton Lutherans meet for a monthly dinner discussion during the academic year (except during Lent).  A part-time chaplaincy, Lutheran Campus Ministry cooperates with other Christian campus ministries and local Lutheran congregations to a) proclaim the good news of salvation in Jesus Christ, b) help students, faculty, and staff grow up into salvation (1 Peter 2:2) through fellowship, worship, service, social action, and academic events, and c) learn together what being a Christian means for how and why we live.  Please join us! 

Chaplain: The Rev. Martin K. Erhardt


Service / Meeting: monthly - see calendar on website (



Office: Lutheran Church of the Messiah, 407 Nassau Street, Princeton 

Office Phone: 609-924-3642

Campus Office: Murray-Dodge 305


Christian Chaplaincy

Manna Christian Fellowship

Manna is a community that desires to live life together in light of the gospel of Jesus Christ.  We are an evangelical, inter-denominational Christian Fellowship committed to the reality that the death, resurrection, and glory of Christ changes everything. We want to live authentic lives that point not to ourselves but to our Redeemer who is at work to make all things new.
Chaplain: Joel Ristuccia

Service/Meetings: Saturdays at 7:30pm in McCormick 101.

Campus Office: Murray-Dodge 302
Cell:  609-955-1125

Christian Chaplaincy

Orthodox Christian Fellowship

The Orthodox Chapel of the Transfiguration, located on the campus of Princeton University, is a unique facility of the Orthodox Church in America’s Diocese of New York and New Jersey.  Neither a full “parish” nor a “mission”, this institution was founded in 1964 and serves not only University undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty of various ethnicities and jurisdictions, but also townspeople and members of other local educational institutions. Services are held (in English) during the academic year.
Chaplain: Father Daniel Skvir `66
Divine Liturgy: Sundays at 10am in Murray-Dodge 104
Weekly Fellowship: Wednesdays at 6:30pm for location please visit
Office: 109 Rollingmead St, Princeton
Office Phone: 609-924-7368

Christian Chaplaincy

Princeton Christian Fellowship

Princeton Christian Fellowship (PCF is the new name of PEF) is a non-denominational Christian campus ministry at Princeton University.  We are a welcoming community of undergraduate and graduate students at Princeton seeking to follow Jesus Christ together. Our weekly events include a large group meeting, Bible studies, individual meetings with staff, and daily prayer.  

Chaplain: The Rev. William C. Boyce, Jr. `79


Fellowship: Fridays at 7:30pm in Murray-Dodge 104

Daily Prayer:  Location to be determined.


Phone: 609-921-2124

Campus Office: Murray-Dodge 306


Christian Group

Princeton Christian Science Organization

The Princeton CSO warmly welcomes members of the University community who currently study or who are interested in studying or learning about Christian Science. At our meetings, we read and discuss the weekly Bible lesson and share the ways in which Christian Science has helped us in our daily lives. Some of our other activities include hosting Christian Science lectures on campus.

Meetings will be announced here when they are scheduled.

President:  Elizabeth Bloom GS


Christian Group

Princeton Faith & Action

Princeton Faith & Action (PFA) exists to develop Christian leaders in order to transform culture. We are a Christian ministry founded upon the pillars of prayer, God's Word, leadership development, and multi-ethnic Gospel community. Our weekly events include Bible courses, daily prayer, and large group meetings. 


Daily Prayer: Mon - Fri at 12pm in Campus Club Den

TruThursday: Thursdays at 8pm in Guyot 10

Encounter: Fridays at 8pm in McCosh 10

Weekly Bible Courses: By registration


Christian Chaplaincy

Princeton Intervarsity Graduate Christian Fellowship

We are a fellowship of Christian graduate students and other members of the university community. Our purpose is to encourage a Christ-centered witnessing community where members grow in love for God, God's Word, His people and His work. We include Christians of many cultural and denominational backgrounds, and we welcome all who seek God.


Weekly Meeting:  Tuesdays at 7:30pm in Murray-Dodge 210

A typical evening begins with twenty minutes of praise and worship. We continue with an hour of study, followed by prayer and announcements. We close with refreshments and social time. Occasionally we host special speakers during these meetings.


Leadership Team:  Christopher Peters GS

Leadership Team:  Erin Gray GS 

Leadership Team:  Jonathan Ng GS


Christian Chaplaincy

Princeton Presbyterians / Westminster Foundation

Princeton Presbyterians is a community that gathers undergraduate and graduate students for worship, conversations on faith and identity, and to grow as the beloved community. We welcome people of all genders, sexual orientations, cultures, races, ethnicities, and socioeconomic backgrounds. You are welcome around Jesus’ table along with your faith, doubts, questions, and hopes.

Chaplains: The Revs. Andrew and Len Scales



Worship: Breaking Bread—Sundays at 8pm in Niles Chapel, Nassau Presbyterian Church, 61 Nassau Street

Small Group: To be determined


Email: and

Campus Office: Murray-Dodge 305






Christian Group

Princeton University Christian Community Council

Princeton University Christian Community Council (PUCCC) is a non-governing, non-political body comprised of student representatives from campus Christian communities with the mission to both showcase the diversity of Christian life on campus and also promote unity within the body of believers.  We function at both the individual and institutional levels in order to bring about discussion and implement programming.

Member Meetings:  Mondays, 4:30PM-6PM, Murray-Dodge


"Lunch and Convos": Monthly


President:  Carolyn Beard '18

Treasurer:   Charles East '18