The Johns Hopkins International Fellowship
is an international community that warmly welcomes people of all cultural and faith backgrounds.

Join us for a virtual Easter gathering

We’ll share Easter holiday traditions worldwide, enjoy music, a dramatic retelling of Jesus’ resurrection, and share within smaller breakout rooms.

Please feel free to invite your friends and colleagues. This event is for any Hopkins students, scholars, faculty, staff, or friends thereof.

Small Group Gatherings

Small groups meet weekly. Please register below to get more information about small groups and get connected.

Small Group Options

God walks with and protects the most vulnerable. We seek to reflect His character by:

  • Sharing stories, resources, and perspectives

  • Discerning God's call for engaging on both personal and systemic levels.

  • Building relationships with, learning from, and advocating for the marginalized

Register to join us for our initial interest meeting on Friday evening Feb. 5th from 7 -8 pm to discuss ideas.

Learn More about Justice and Action: A Faith-based Small Group

Option 2: E-100 Women's Discipleship (for those wanting to go deeper into the Scriptures and community)
Wednesdays 7:30 - 8:30 pm

Wholeness in Christ begins with being real in God's presence within the company of friends, expecting that God will speak to us through Scripture. The Essential 100 Challenge (The E100) provides the big picture of God's Word and helps participants develop a daily Bible reading habit. The passages are usually one to two chapters in length and can easily be read in 10 minutes or less.

Members agree with stated goals and expectations, e.g., we will meet weekly over the next ten weeks for 60 minutes, having completed five readings per week.

Learn more about E100 Discipleship

Option 3: E-100 Men's Discipleship (for those wanting to go deeper into the Scriptures and community)
Sundays 4 - 5 pm

See the description of E-100 in option #2

Learn more about E100 Discipleship

Option 4: Living the Parables of Jesus Today
Thursdays 7:30 - 9 pm

Jesus was a literary artist who taught with parables-- short, fictitious narratives filled with vivid metaphors. He wanted his audience to do more than listen and think; he sought for them to imagine and feel, to be challenged and provoked. Still today, Jesus's parables invite us to imagine and enter the kingdom of God and then to live out His kingdom in this world.