EWS supports campus and area ministries by facilitating communication between alumni, students, and campus ministers, and by offering a seed grant program to fund new initiatives by ministries.
The Tucker Foundation at Dartmouth College oversees all religious and spiritual organizations on campus. Visit the Tucker Foundation website for a complete list of campus ministries.
These ministries have included their information here on the EWS website:
Aquinas House: Aquinas House, known as AQ, is the Catholic Campus Ministry and Student Center at Dartmouth College. It is a ministry of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Manchester, NH, and provides the sacramental, liturgical, pastoral, and spiritual ministry of the Catholic Church to Dartmouth students.
Address: 2 Occom Ridge Rd, Hanover
Christ Redeemer Church: CRC exists to honor God by fostering a movement of Christ’s kingdom through the proclamation and practice of the Gospel that serves and transforms the Upper Valley and, through the Upper Valley, the world. We are a vibrant, diverse, and growing community where all are welcomed to discover, learn, and grow in a relationship with God and service to others.
Contact: Don Willeman, Founding Pastor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Cru: Dartmouth Cru is the local student chapter of Campus Crusade for Christ International, a mission organization that exists to help carry the message of Christ’s love to the world. Students and professors from all ethnic backgrounds and denominations are involved, from committed followers of Christ to those simply exploring the relevance of God to their life.
Contact: Ryan Bouton D’01 (email@example.com)
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Navigators Christian Fellowship: The Navigators, and international, interdenominational Christian ministry established in 1933, is characterized by an eagerness to introduce Jesus to those who don’t know Him, a passion to see those who do know Jesus deepen their relationship with Him, and a commitment to training Jesus’ followers to continue this nurturing process among the people they know. At Dartmouth for over 20 years, we seek to engage the whole person with the love and power of Jesus.
The Tucker Foundation: Founded in 1951 to “further the moral and spiritual work of Dartmouth College,” the William Jewett Tucker Foundation is Dartmouth’s center for service, spirituality and social justice. The Tucker Foundation’s Office of Religious and Spiritual Life coordinates and facilitates over 25 campus ministry organizations, as well as supporting directly a variety of Multi-Faith programs and campus religious services. Tucker also offers a variety of opportunities to serve the local community, fellowships and internships for term-long community service experiences, alternative break service trips, and school outreach programs in both faith-based and secular programs.
Offices: South Fairbanks Hall, Hanover
Staff info: dartmouth.edu/~tucker/staff/staff.html
Wellspring Worship Center: Wellspring Worship Center is a non-denominational church located one mile south of Dartmouth. The church is the outgrowth of the Christian movement on campus during the 1970’s and 1980’s known as the Dartmouth Christian Fellowship. We exist as a community of people who are passionate for and committed to following Jesus Christ, we place a high premium on teaching from the Bible, worshipping God and being led by the Spirit of God. We have a contemporary atmosphere while holding onto the historical doctrines and teaching of the Christian Church.
Contact: Craig D’89 and Karen D’88 Morton (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com)
Dartmouth Faculty and Staff Christian Fellowship: A group of Christian faculty and staff who wish to cooperate with God in the advancement of His Kingdom and to be a visible expression of unity and common commitment to Jesus Christ. The group is intended to be a ministry to the members and at the same time a ministry of the members to the Dartmouth community. Our vision specifically attempts to bring together Christians from a broad spectrum of traditions, promoting Christianity which is Biblical and includes common traditional tenets of the Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, and Protestant churches. We affirm that Jesus Christ is God’s greatest expression of love to humanity, and that He is the Way, the Truth, and the Life.
Contact: Richard Denton, Research Professor of Physics and Astronomy (redenton at dartmouth dot edu)