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Edgerton House

Edgerton House (the "Edge") is the Episcopal Campus Ministry Center, located at 14 School Street in Hanover. It is an open Christian community where people of all faith traditions are welcome. We sponsor a variety of events each week, to which all Dartmouth students are warmly invited.

Theology on Tap at 9pm at the Canoe Club on Main Street
A topic of spiritual interest is proposed and blitzed out each Monday and we gather to discuss, debate and exchange ideas around a complimentary beverage and garlic fries.
Holy Eucharist at noon in the Chapel at Edgerton House
St. Thomas parishioners join us for this weekly celebration, with homily and song

Student Community Dinner at 6pm
Good food and good fellowship; come and bring friends. The menu is blitzed out each Wednesday, so join the blitz list!

Morning Prayer at 8:30am in the Chapel at Edgerton House
Traditional Rite II Morning Prayer from the Book of Common Prayer

Our building is home to several students each term who live together as the Kelsey Community, an intentional Christian community. The public part of the building is open 24/7 for studying, praying, cooking, reading and other impromptu activities! Bring your friends and your ideas! Come find out what the Edge is like and what a great place it is to hang out!

Directions to the Edge, 14 School Street (google map): Starting at Collis, walk west on Wheelock (toward the river). Take the first left onto School Street (Sigma Delt and the Christian Science Reading Room are on the corner). We're on the left at the end of the second block across from Panarchy and just before the parking garage. Look for a big brick and white building with a big red sign ["Edgerton House, Episcopal Campus Ministry"] on the lawn.

The Kelsey Community

The Kelsey community is formed of students who have committed to live together. They share meals, worship in the Episcopal tradition, reflect on faith, do chores, and provide a welcome to students who use the Edge. Residents must be currently enrolled Dartmouth students who are interested in pursuing a Christian life in a progressive Christian community. If you are excited about the big questions of life and value social justice we would love to talk more with you about the Kelsey community. Blitz Guy Collins for more information.

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