All the world is at Princeton
One of the great resources at Princeton is the presence and vitality of so many religious traditions. The campus denominational chaplaincies and student groups attend to the spiritual needs of students, staff, faculty, families, alumni, and friends through many opportunities for ritual observance, spiritual counseling, and engaging programming.
Can’t find a chaplaincy or student group for your religious tradition? If you are interested in starting a group for your religious tradition, contact Alison Boden, Dean of Religious Life.
The Alpha Omega Ministry is a nondenominational ministry dedicated to promoting and developing a deep sense of community among its members through engaging with principles from the bible.
The Aquinas Institute has served the Princeton University community since 1928, offering a full range of spiritual, intellectual, social, and pastoral opportunities.
Athletes in Action is an international, interdenominational Christian fellowship open to all but geared toward college athletes.
Baptist Student Fellowship offers Bible study and personalized mentoring for students from a variety of backgrounds.
The Center for Jewish Life is the home of Princeton Hillel located at 70 Washington Road, we believe that Judaism can add meaning to every aspect of our lives.
Chabad on Campus provides opportunities to explore and experience Judaism in rich, vibrant, and exciting ways.
Christian Union Nova (formerly Princeton Faith & Action) exists to develop Christian leaders in order to transform culture.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Princeton Student Association is the official worldwide organization for students who are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and for those interested in developing faith in Jesus Christ and serving others.
The Collegiate Association for the Research of Principles is an international interfaith organization that seeks to foster a God-centered community that promotes universal principles and values that uplift the Princeton community.
The Episcopal Church at Princeton (ECP) is a welcoming community of students, faculty, and staff that seeks to follow Jesus Christ.
Faculty Commons explore how the Scriptures center our hope on the Lord Jesus Christ, refresh our spirits, and equip us for our calling in the academy.
Princeton Graduate Christian Fellowship (an InterVarsity chapter) is a fellowship of Christian graduate students and other members of the university community.
Hallelujah Church at Princeton (HC@P) is an interdenominational worship service that includes lively music (hymns/praise/contemporary gospel), prayer, and an applicable message rooted in scripture.
The Hindu Life Program aims to create and foster a community where students, faculty, staff, and the larger Princeton family can come together to celebrate the beauty and vitality of the Hindu culture.
Lutheran Campus Ministry meets for a monthly dinner discussion during the academic year.
Manna Christian Fellowship is a community that desires to live life together in light of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
The Muslim Life Program is dedicated to building a vibrant and pluralistic community on Princeton University’s campus that is welcoming to all and fosters deeper exploration of faith, sacred knowledge, and social activism through fellowship and a wide variety of programs.
Muslim Student Association strives to increase students’ understanding of Islam, to bring Muslim undergraduate and graduate students together as a community, and to sponsor events for the enjoyment and knowledge of all interested in exploring Islam.
Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF), 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.
The Princeton Buddhist Students’ Group (PBSG) is dedicated to the practice of mindful living, meditation, and Buddhist culture.
Princeton Christian Fellowship (PCF, formerly PEF) is a nondenominational Christian campus ministry at Princeton University, established in 1931.
The Princeton Christian Science Organization warmly welcomes members of the University community who currently study or who are interested in studying or learning about Christian Science.
Princeton Friends Meeting is a community of Friends (Quakers) in the Princeton area. Our faith is based on the belief that there is that of God in each person and that each person is able to have direct experience of the Divine, without the formality of ritual or creed.
Princeton Hindu Satsangam is a student group on campus that strives to bring together students from various backgrounds to explore the various spiritual and philosophical traditions of Hinduism.