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Jewish Chaplaincy

Center for Jewish Life / Hillel at Princeton University

At the Center for Jewish Life (CJL), the home of Princeton Hillel located at 70 Washington Road, we believe that Judaism can add meaning to every aspect of our lives.  The CJL affirms that there are many meaningful ways to be Jewish, and we personally engage Jewish students of all backgrounds—one and two Jewish parents, religious and secular, LGBTQ, multi-racial—and political viewpoints.  Our wide ranging activities enable students to embark on individual journeys to discover their own paths to Jewish identity, interconnected to the university, the Jewish people and the world.

Chaplain: Rabbi Julie Roth

Website: hillel.princeton.edu

Services:  Friday Sabbath, Saturday mornings, and daily at CJL (see website for details)

Website: hillel.princeton.edu

Campus Office: Center for Jewish Life, 70 Washington Road, Princeton

Campus Phone: 609-258-6248

Email: rabbi@princeton.edu

Jewish Chaplaincy

Chabad on Campus

Chabad-Lubavitch is a philosophy, a movement, and an organization. It is one of the most dynamic forces in Jewish life today.  Located at 15 Edwards Place, Chabad has an active presence in the Princeton University community since November 2002, providing students with new opportunities to experience Judaism imbued with the vibrancy, intellectual depth, and vitality of Chassidic thought.

Chaplain: Rabbi Eitan Webb

Website:  www.chabadu.net

Service: Fridays at 7pm (Fall) or 8pm (Spring) in Chabad House.

Website: www.chabadu.net

Email: chabad@princeton.edu

Office: Chabad House, 15 Edwards Place, Princeton

Office Phone: 609-933-4792

Campus Office: Green Hall 3-S-5 (after 8/31/16 Murray-Dodge 305)

Email: ewebb@princeton.edu