Princeton University  Chapel

3/2, 4:30-5pm: PBSG Meditation

March 1, 2010

3/2, 5"15-7pm: UU Campus Community Weekly Fellowship

March 1, 2010

3/2, 5:30-7pm: Aquinas Dinner/RCIA

March 1, 2010

3/2, 7:30-10:30pm: GCF Weekly Meeting

March 1, 2010

3/2, 9pm-midnight: Manna Small Group

March 1, 2010

3/2, 10pm-12:30am: Cafe Coffeehouse

March 1, 2010

3/2, 9-9:15pm: PHS Sloka

March 1, 2010

3/1, 12:15-1:15pm: AA Campus and Communitiy Meeting

February 28, 2010

3/1, noon-1:30pm: Faculty Lenten Bible Study

February 28, 2010

3/1, 4:30-5pm: PBSG Meditation

February 28, 2010

3/1, 5:30-7pm: Religion and Ethics: Religious Life Council Open Meeting

February 28, 2010

Free dinner will be provided

Sponsor: Religious Life Council

3/1, 6-8pm: PSF Dinner/Bible Study

February 28, 2010

3/1, 8pm-midnight: PEF Bible Study

February 28, 2010

3/1, 10pm-12:30am: Cafe Coffeehouse

February 28, 2010

3/1, 9-9:15pm: PHS Sloka

February 28, 2010

3/1, 6pm, You Can't Draw God? How Modern Art Created Traditional Judaism

February 28, 2010

Speaker: Rabbi Lance Sussman

Additional Information: Join us over dinner for this lecture by Rabbi Lance Sussman. Dinner will be free for all upperclassmen and grad students. E-mail kfischl at princeton.edu with any questions.

Since the Israelite period, the visual arts were generally both problematic and narrowly defined in the Jewish religious tradition. Sympotmatic of modernity, 19th c. Jewish "history painters" began creating "Jewish Art" and then were challenged by Jewish modernists like M. Chagall. Today, "visual Judaism" may have replaced the canonical literary texts as the basis of Judaism and Jewishness for most modern Jews.

Rabbi Lance J.Sussman, Ph.D. is the senior rabbi of Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park, PA. He is currently teaching a class, "America in Judaism," and has previously taught at SUNY Binghamton and Hunter College - CUNY. Sussman has written several books and numerous articles in the field of American Jewish History, is a trustee of the University of Pennsylvania's Katz Center for Advanced Jewish Studies and is National Chair of the Press of the Central Conference of American Rabbis.

Sponsor: Center for Jewish Life/Hillel

2/28, 3pm, HOMAGE: music inspired by personal loss

February 27, 2010

Additional Information: http://www.princeton.edu/gleeclub/

The PU Glee Club and Chamber Choir are performing Herbert Howells' Requiem, as well as several laments by composers across the ages, each written in memory of a beloved one -- a teacher, a colleague, a child. This concert is dedicated to the victims and survivors of the Haiti earthquake. All proceeds will be donated in equal parts to the Haiti branches of UNICEF and Catholic Relief Services, in support of children's protection and long-term reconstruction efforts.

Tickets available at the Richardson Auditorium and Frist Center ticketing offices

http://www.princeton.edu/utickets, 609-258-5000

Sponsor: Princeton University Glee Club

2/28, 9:30-10:30am: AA Beyond the Steps

February 27, 2010

2/28, 10am-12:30pm: OCF Divine Liturgy

February 27, 2010

Sunday, February 28, Hallelujah! at 1pm with Guest Preacher Ms. K. Monet Rice in Murray-Dodge Hall, West Room.

February 27, 2010

2/28, 5:15-6pm: PBSG Meditation

February 27, 2010

2/28, 6-7:30pm: Princeton Presbyterians Fellowship Dinner

February 27, 2010

2/28, 8-9:45pm: AIA Leadership Meeting

February 27, 2010

2/28, 10pm-12:30am: Cafe Coffeehouse

February 27, 2010

2/28, 10:05-11pm: Aquinas Sunday Evening Mass

February 27, 2010

2/28, 11am: University Chapel Worship Service with the Rev. Dr. Harvey G. Cox, Jr.

February 27, 2010

Rev. Dr. Harvey G. Cox, Jr. is the Hollis Research Professor of Divinity at Harvard University

2/28, 8-9pm: PHS Satsang with Slokas

February 27, 2010

2/27, 2-3pm: PHS Weekly Gathering

February 26, 2010

2/27, 7:30pm-midnight: Manna Saturday Night Fellowship

February 26, 2010

2/27, 10pm-12:30am: Sweet: Murray-Dodge Cafe: Henna and Chai Night

February 26, 2010

Come get tattooed! We are providing henna tattoos while you are entertained by some of the South Asian groups on campus. Chai and indian food will be served.