Spiritual Wellness

Expanding a sense of purpose and meaning in life.

Additional university resources on health and wellness are available at https://wellness.jhu.edu/ and on Instagram @jhuwellness.

On Campus Resources

Hopkins Medicine Department of Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy
  • Full-time chaplains, support staff, chaplain interns and residents, as well as a network of community clergy and lay people from a variety of religious traditions, are available to provide patients and families with spiritual care, sacramental ministries, Advanced Directive consultation and other support services.
Johns Hopkins Hospital Virtual Prayer
  • The department of spiritual care and chaplaincy at Johns Hopkins Hospital offers virtual prayer On Thursdays at 12:30 p.m. A chaplain will offer a time of virtual interfaith prayer. Join us as a reminder that we will be able to move through this time as a community of many faiths, united together to share love and gratitude in spite of the many challenges.
Homewood Campus Ministries
  • Campus Ministries promotes and supports spiritual development, theological reflections, religious tolerance and social awareness among students, faculty and staff within our Johns Hopkins community.
Interfaith Council
  • The Interfaith Council is a student committee that operates through Religious & Spiritual Life and the Bunting Meyerhoff Interfaith and Community Service Center. It is composed of members of various student religious groups on campus who, although they may have differing viewpoints, have one vision in common: to sponsor and work towards establishing a cooperative community spirit among religious groups on the Hopkins campus and to dispel the myths and misunderstandings others may hold about various religions, faiths, and belief systems.
Hopkins Religious and Spiritual Life Helpful Links

JHU Student Wellness Website
  • Your single destination for student wellness resources, news, and events available across Johns Hopkins University.