The Office of Religious Life strives to encourage spiritual growth and maturity within Princeton University in ways that are appropriate for each community member: to promote empirical religious literacy in preparation for citizenship in globalized, multi-religious societies; to equip members of the University community with the ability to...
Followers of different faiths will be marking their calendars with their respective holy days for the academic year. The University’s 15 chaplaincies and numerous student groups are among the most vibrant centers of faith on campus with faiths represented by Baha’i, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism, Islam, Sikhism, Unitarian Universalism...
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...