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Chesterton House

A Center for Christian Studies at Cornell


Chesterton House programming has three components:

Since our inception in 2000, we have held a distinguished public lecture series, hosted a wide variety of discussion groups and movie nights, and provided speakers for other campus fellowship meetings and retreats.

In 2010 we began offering residential living learning centers for both men and women.

In 2014, we began offering courses in biblical, theological, cultural, and ethical studies in collaboration with Gordon college. 

In 2015, we began offering retreats for incoming first-year Cornell students to introduce them to fellow Christian classmates and oppotunities for faithful expression at Cornell Univiersity.