To engage religious diversity, cultural understanding and social justice concerns in our area, we are dependent on the local area surrounding Hamilton College. There we find partners in education – individuals and communities – who broaden our experience with perspectives, traditions, and concerns which may encourage or challenge our own ways, but in either case enrich the possibilities for education.

Local Faith Communities

(in closest proximity to the Clinton area)

Clinton United Methodist Church
105 Utica Road, Clinton, 315-853-3358

Deansboro Congregational Church
Main St., Deansboro, 315-841-8113

First Baptist Church (American Baptist)
7 Oxford Road, New Hartford, 315-733-4570

Slavic Pentecostal Church
2191 State Route 5, Utica, 315-735-6804

St. James Episcopal Church
9 Williams St., Clinton, 315-853-5359

Stone Presbyterian Church
Park Row, Clinton, 315-853-5359

Tabernacle Baptist Church (American Baptist – Karen Language)
13 Clark Place, Utica, 315-735-7534

Utica Karen Church – A Wesleyan Congregation
425 South St., Utica, 315-530-5379

United Pentecostal Church of Utica (UPCI)
115 South St., Utica, 315-342-8073

Zion Lutheran Church
630 French Road, New Hartford, 315-732-4110

Immanuel Baptist Church
9501 Weston Road, New Hartford, 315-737-5222

St. Mary’s Catholic Church (Roman Catholic)
13 Marvin St., Clinton, 315-853-2935

St. Louis Gonzaga Church (Maronite)
520 Rutger St., Utica, 315-732-6019

St. Volodymyr Ukrainian Catholic Church
4 Cottage Place/ 296 Genesee St., Utica, 315-735-5138

Spanish Apostolate Diocesan Office
240 Bleecker Street, Utica, 315-724-0389 or 315-738-1870


Hope Chapel AME Zion
751 South St., Utica, 315-732-0536

Hopps Memorial CME Church
1110 S State St., Syracuse, 315-478-0191

St. Paul’s Baptist Church
219 Leah St., Utica, 315-735-2396 / 315-724-8967

Metropolitan Missionary Baptist
1110 Court St., Utica, 315-724-7967

Believers Miracle Deliverance
207 Eagle St., Utica, 315-266-0940

St. Matthews Temple Church of God In Christ
110 Washington St., Utica, 315-732-3860

Redeemer Church
931 Herkimer Road, Utica, 315-792-4748

Cornerstone Community Church
Plant St., Utica, 315-736-4900

Life In Christ Family Church
25 Robinson Road, Clinton, 315-853-1582

Holy Cross Ukrainian Orthodox Church
841 Bleeker St., Utica, 315-733-9339

St. Peter and Paul Ukranian Orthodox Church
813 Hamilton St., Utica, 315-733-5832

St. John of Kronstadt, (Russian Orthodox)
1009 Conkling Ave., Utica, 315-724-4292

St. George’s Orthodox Church (Antiochian)
350 Higby Road, New Hartford,  315-939-8837

Chabad of Clinton
108 College Street
Clinton, NY 13323, 315-925-7613

Temple Emanu-El, (Reform)
2710 Genesee St., Utica, 315-724-4177

Temple Beth El
2710 Genesee St., Utica, (315) 724-4751

Congregation Zvi Jacob
110 Memorial Parkway, Utica, (315) 724-8357

American BH Islamic Center of Utica
407 Kossuth Ave., Utica, 315-351-0589

Bosnian Islamic Association of Utica
306 Court St., Utica, 315-765-0223,  www.bosnian-ia.com

Utica Masjid of Muslim Community Association of Mohawk Valley
1631 Kemble St., Utica, 315-732-4002

Wat Satheathek-Uticaram
Khmer Buddhist Temple (Cambodian)
1552 Steuben St., Utica, 315-735-3599

Santisukha Vihara Buddhist Monastery (Burmese)
1005 Miller St., Utica, 315-732-5636

Quan Am Buddhist Temple (Vietnamese)
190 Riverside Dr., Utica

Zen Center of Syracuse
266 West Seneca Turnpike, Syracuse, 315-492-9773

Christian Science Reading Room (Christian Science)
54 Genesee St., New Hartford, 315-798-9582

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon)
8439 Clark Mills Road, Whitesboro, 315-363-8070

Jehovah’s Witnesses, Paris Hill Congregation
Waterville, 315-841-4800 / 315-841-3233

Jewish Community Federation of the Mohawk Valley
(315) 733-2343

Mohawk Valley Friends Meeting (Quaker)
3001 Austin Road, Clinton, 315-853-3035

Mohawk Valley Pagan Network

Seventh Day Adventist Church
1134 Herkimer Road, Utica, 315-797-3682

Unitarian Universalist Church
10 Higby Road, Utica, 315-724-3179

Non-Profit Organizations

Non-profit organizations, particularly ones involved in human services work, are closely connected to the mission of the chaplaincy. In this area we intersect with our partners in the Hamilton College COOP (Community Outreach & Opportunity Project.)

oneida indian danceOneida Indian Nation

The Oneida are an American Indian nation, one of the six nations that make up the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) confederacy. It was the Oneida who welcomed Rev. Samuel Kirkland to this area, and it was the Oneida leader Chief Shenandoah who worked with Kirkland to establish the Hamilton-Oneida Academy in 1793 to provide educational opportunities both for Oneida and white European settler youth.

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