Spiritual Health

red bridge in Duke Gardens



Duke Chapel
Ever since it was first built in the 1930s, the iconic Duke chapel has been a Christian church and sanctuary for people of all  faiths and circumstances.

Freeman Center
The Freeman Center for Jewish Life serves as a home away from home for all those seeking to engage with the Jewish community while at Duke

Quaker Meeting House
The meeting house hots a community of people who gather for worship and fellowship on Sunday mornings, and who attempt to carry the experience of spiritual centeredness and guidance into their lives during the week. All are welcome to join us as we worship in the traditional “unprogrammed” manner of Friends.

The Duke Chapter of the Christian Medical and Dental Association
The purpose of the Christian Medical & Dental Association is to motivate and equip health care professionals to practice their faith in Jesus Christ both privately and professionally

Duke Muslim Student Association
The Muslim Students Association at Duke University is a student-run and SOFC chartered group on campus. The association plans religious, social, political, and cultural activities related to Islam as a religion and various Muslim cultures as a people in order to serve the needs of the Duke community, regardless of their faith.

Chaplains Service at Duke Health
Pastoral services are available at all Duke Health hospitals any time of day or night. They provide support, guidance, and someone to listen when patients, members of the medical team, and loved ones are in need.

Interfaith Hospital Chapels
Pastoral services are available at all Duke Health hospitals any time of day or night. We provide support, guidance, and someone to listen when you or a loved one is in need.

Meditation Room at Cancer Center
This single room offers a contemplative space for one to a dozen people, a calming oasis amidst the institutional activity that surrounds it.

Meditation Room at Cancer Center

Duke Gardens            
Sarah P. Duke Gardens is a premier public garden. Its living collections promote knowledge of the vital connections between people and plants, fostering an appreciation of the natural world, environmental awareness and sustainable practices.

Chancellor’s and Schweitzer fellowships
The Chancellor’s Service Fellowship is a one-year interdisciplinary, mentored fellowship program focused on health-related community service and leadership development.  Similarly, the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship supports Schweitzer Fellows (primarily graduate students) as they partner with community-based organizations to develop and implement yearlong, mentored service projects that meet the health needs of underserved populations.

Refugee Health Initiative
The mission of the Refugee Health Initiative (RHI) is to provide longitudinal in home health education and improve access to care for refugee families in Durham, NC. 

Duke REMEDY collects usable supplies from Duke Hospital to donate to various charities doing overseas workers.