Religious Life

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Featured Events

Mindfulness Meditation - Virtual Event
Thu, Jul 7, 2022, 12:30 pm1:30 pm
Location
Virtual Event
Jummah Gathering
Fri, Jul 8, 2022, 1:00 pm3:00 pm
Location
Murray-Dodge 104
Speaker
Sunday Worship Service - Summer Schedule
Sun, Jul 10, 2022, 10:00 am11:00 am

Diwali at the Chapel

On November 6, the Hindu Life Program hosted an evening of devotional music & dance, worship, and spiritual reflection, in celebration of Diwali, Hinduism’s Festival of Lights. This year’s Diwali at the Chapel included offerings from PU Swara, Naacho, and the students and staff of Princeton University. We are so excited to be able to share the full video recording of the evening with the ORL community!

Silent Vigil

In early 2021 the Office of Religious Life created a memorial to the growing number of people, beloved by Princetonians, who were dying of Covid.  This video captures the first stage of that project.  May their memory be a blessing.

Gratefully,

Alison Boden and the ORL staff

ORL YouTube

Check out our Office of Religious Life YouTube Channel to see our prayerful reflections, weekly Sunday services, After Noon Concert Series, Music Meditation and other offerings from our office. 

News & Announcements

Q&A with The Rev. Dr. Jim Antal ‘72, 50th Class Reunion Chapel Speaker

By Erica Harris DeValve

For Reunions Weekend 2022, the Rev. Dr. Jim Antal ’72 returned to Princeton’s campus for only the second time in the 50 years since he graduated. A denominational leader, climate activist, and public theologian, Rev. Antal had been invited back to deliver the sermon at that Sunday’s Chapel…

Worship & Concerts in the University Chapel

The soaring arches of the Princeton University Chapel have summoned countless people to come inside to find faith, peace, inspiration, challenge, and courage. The gathering for worship that, in 1746, resulted in the founding of what is now Princeton University is the same community that convenes each Sunday morning to pray for a Spirit and to…

Mercy and Justice

The following is the transcript of a sermon written by Grecia Hernandez Perez '24 for Dr. Wallace Best's American Sermons course (Spring 2021). 

            The way American Christians practice mercy and justice is inconsistent with the way Jesus Christ taught us. I say this not to anger or scorn or shame, rather, I hope that…

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