All are welcome to an Ecumenical Chapel Worship Service, led by the dean and the associate dean of the chapel, that draws students, faculty, staff, and townspeople together to hear God’s word, to sing God’s praise, to lift up the University in prayer.
Sundays at 11am in the University Chapel (10am in the summer)
Chapel Deacons participate in the leadership of Ecumenical Chapel Worship Service and work closely with the deans of the chapel to offer welcome to the diverse community. They are comprised of undergraduate students - both women and men - and span across all denominational backgrounds.
Would you like to be a deacon? Contact the Office of Religious Life at email@example.com
The Chapel Choir offers students the chance to explore a varied and rich repertoire of sacred music. The choir provides music for the Ecumenical Chapel Worship Service, Opening Exercises, Baccalaureate, the annual Service of Remembrance, as well as a number of special concerts throughout the year.
Would you like to audition for the Chapel Choir? Contact Penna Rose, Director of Chapel Music, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chapel Student Fellowship
This fellowship includes students who come from all denominations and theological convictions, and some who come from no church at all but who find themselves seeking God. A safe place to initiate, investigate, and celebrate your Christian faith; join us for Bible Study, Prayer and Friendship.
Tuesdays at 6pm in the University Chapel Dean’s Study
This contemplative, beautiful evening service features music by the University Jazz Ensemble with sung and spoken liturgy from the Chapel Choir and Deans.
Hallelujah! [need to add link to Program page]
Hallelujah! is a student-led interdenominational worship service in the African American church tradition. Hymns, praise, songs, contemporary gospel music, testimony, and altar prayer create a sanctuary for students who desire to deepen their faith. Hallelujah! is a place where the rhythm of God is alive!
Sundays at 1pm in Murray-Dodge Hall during the academic year
Hour of Power [need to add link to Program page]
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!
Wednesdays at Noon in Murray-Dodge Hall during the academic year
Interfaith Programs & Events
The Religious Life Council comprises students who provide visibility for the diversity of religious life on campus, and as an educational resource for the university community.
Mondays at 5pm in Murray-Dodge Hall
Interfaith Summer Internship Program
The Interfaith Summer Internship Program’s three-part mission is to train students in interfaith organizing through a hands-on summer internship in New York City, to partner with organizations that focus on under-served communities, and to develop greater public awareness about the role interfaith plays in fostering secular civil society.
Project Downtown is a weekly gathering of religiously diverse students who make food together, and deliver it to the Salvation Army.
Sundays at 12:30pm in Murray-Dodge Hall
This is a weekly gathering of students, staff, and faculty who seek to experience relief from stress through meditation, reflection and community. There is no experience necessary. Lunch is served.
Thursdays at 12:30pm in Murray-Dodge Hall (Wednesdays at 12pm during the summer months)
Princeton Buddhists Student Group
Dedicated to the practice of mindful living, and Buddhist culture. Programs include meditation, discussions, and special talks.
Weekdays at 4:30pm, Saturday at 7pm, Sunday at 5:40pm in Murray-Dodge Hall