Community Thanksgiving Day Service at Princeton University Chapel

The Princeton Clergy Association and the Princeton University Office of Religious Life are collaborating to once again provide a Community Thanksgiving Day Service to be held at 11:00 A.M. to noon on November 25, 2021 at The Princeton University Chapel. The worship service is open to all members of the wider community.

Clergy and Faith Leaders from around Princeton will lead the service.  Princeton Mayor Mark Freda will deliver his Thanksgiving Day Message. University organist Eric Plutz will play a prelude and postlude and will lead the congregation in hymn singing.  Featured musicians will include hand bell ringer Hyosang Park from the Princeton United Methodist Church.  Attendees are urged to bring nonperishable canned or boxed food as a donation to Arm in Arm.  The monetary offering will support the Department of Religious Ministries at Penn Medicine Princeton Health.

Please join this wonderful Thanksgiving Worship tradition of the Princeton Community! All attendees aged 12 and older must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and wear a mask while in the Chapel. Everyone aged 2 two and over must wear masks as well. Preregistration of vaccine status is recommended and the on-line form for this, as well the livestream of the service, can be accessed by selecting the Thanksgiving Service at: :