Princeton University  Chapel


Feed your spirit!

There are many opportunities each week for the campus and broader communities to come together for religious rituals.
Ecumenical Christian Worship Service
Featuring sermons by Rev. Dr. Alison Boden, Dean of Religious Life and the Chapel and Rev. Dr. Theresa S. Thames, Associate Dean of Religious Life and the Chapel, as well as guest preachers,  with music by the Chapel Choir and University Organist each Sunday at 11am in the University Chapel.  The service begins at 10am during the summer months.
Hallelujah Church at Princeton
Hallelujah Church at Princeton is an interdenominational worship service that includes lively music (hymns/praise/contemporary gospel), prayer, and an applicable message rooted in scripture. You’ll find a friendly, relaxed place where you can truly be yourself. You’ll be encouraged, challenged, and taught how to connect with God. You’ll enjoy worshiping, learning, and have fun meeting students just like you. Come expecting to find real people who are learning every day how to serve God by serving and loving each other. The HC@P is a sanctuary for students and a place where the Spirit of God is alive!  Sundays at 1:30pm in Murray-Dodge 104 during the academic year.
Hindu Puja
Meditation, devotional singing and chanting, philosophical discussion, and traditional worship rituals.  Time and location to be announced shortly.
Hour of Power
Hour of Power is a mid-week worship service for students, faculty, and staff. Join us to renew your mind, revive your spirit, and replenish your soul!  Join us for Hour of Power - an hour of praise, prayer, and proclamation. Wednesdays at 12pm in Murray-Dodge 104 during the academic year.  A light lunch is provided.
Jummah Prayer
Led by Imam Sohaib Sultan, Fridays at 1:15pm in Murray-Dodge 104.