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Five Dimensions of well-being wheelFive Dimensions of Well-Being

Your overall well-being depends on five interrelated dimensions. Health and well-being are closely connected, and improving well-being in one area can have a positive effect on other dimensions. We believe the well-being of those who serve the Church affects the whole United Methodist connection, including family, congregation and community. Find resources and support to help you make positive changes in each of the five dimensions.

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Physical Well-Being

Physical Well-Being

Resources about physical activity, nutrition, weight loss, preventive screenings and chronic disease management.

Emotional Well-Being

Emotional Well-Being

Resources for coping with stress, managing conflict, improving mental health and more.

Spiritual Well-Being

Spiritual Well-Being

Resources centered on spiritual relationships and activities such as prayer, meditation and worship.

Social Well-Being

Social Well-Being

Resources on creating and maintaining a support network with family, friends and peers.

Financial Well-Being

Financial Well-Being

Resources and tools to help develop sound financial habits and lighten the load of financial stress.

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Well-Being Programs

Learn about programs and interactive tools that can help you live a healthier life, including biometric screenings and health assessments, health coaching, diabetes and prediabetes management, employee assistance programs and more.

Learn about Well-Being Programs

Clergy and Congregational Resources

Those who serve others often put their own needs last, putting their own health and well-being at risk. It’s important to share these resources focused on helping churches foster healthy clergy, church leaders and congregations.

Go to Clergy and Congregational Resources

Building Your Resiliency

 

Resilience is what helps you persevere through difficult times in life, whether you’re facing a crisis or natural disaster, or coping with hardship, grief or loss. Our Resiliency Toolkit is designed to help you build resiliency with the power of all five dimensions of well-being.

View Resiliency Toolkit (PDF)