Spiritual Wellbeing

A sense of spiritual grounding can be a powerful aspect of mental wellbeing. Whether you have questions about faith or need a moment of quiet reflection, you can find guidance and comfort through spiritual and religious services at Harvard.

  • Harvard Chaplains

    The Harvard Chaplains are a professional community of more than thirty chaplains, representing many of the world’s religious, spiritual, and ethical traditions, who share a collective commitment to serving the spiritual needs of the students, faculty, and staff of Harvard University.

  • Memorial Church

    The Memorial Church of Harvard University is an interdenominational Protestant church in the midst of Harvard Yard that serves as a place of spiritual refuge to the entire community.

  • Harvard Catholic Center

    The Harvard Catholic Center provides ministerial and programming elements for Harvard students including retreats, educational and formational programs and service opportunities.

  • Harvard Hillel 

    The Harvard Hillel provides every Jewish Harvard student—without regard to ideological commitment or background—appropriate grounding for making meaningful Jewish choices in a complex and changing world. 

  • Harvard Islamic Society

    The Harvard Islamic Society (HIS) of Harvard College was established in 1955 as a hub for Islamic life on campus. HIS is primarily run by undergraduates, who work in conjunction with the graduates schools and their Islamic societies to establish a diverse and coherent Muslim community.


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