Groups with whom we share our building:

Mohawk Valley Montessori
Pre-K program
Monday – Friday 8 AM – Noon
Since 2004 this private pre school has provide a creative alternative to a diverse group of families in the community.

Utica Bike Rescue
Lower Level, accessed on Hanna Park Drive
This is a new non profit with a unique approach to mentoring young people as well as helping inner city residents obtain an effective alternative to having a car in the city.

Karen Bible Study
in Gym Balcony
Sunday 11 AM - Noon
This is a Bible study for young people who are participating in the Karen Baptist Church. (The Karen community is one of Utica’s newer refugee populations who have become an important part of the larger community.)

Karen Baptist Church
Worships in Sanctuary
Sundays 12:30 – 2:30 PM
Many of the refugees from Burma (through Indonesia) have a deep commitment to Christianity in the Baptist tradition. This congregation is made up mostly of younger people who love and play a great deal of contemporary Christian music and sing in large groups. (Most of their worship is done in their traditional language.)  Visitors are always welcome.

Volleyball (Friends from India)
In the Gym
Mondays & Thursdays 7:45 – 10:15 PM
These men, who love to play volleyball, are mostly from the country of India.

Guys and Gals Volleyball
In the Gym
Tuesdays 6 – 10:30 PM
If you are single and looking for a good group of people to get to know this is a great opportunity. The game is not crazy competitive so you don’t have to be a great athlete. Just come and have fun.

Narcotic Anonymous
Lower Level, accessed on Hanna Park Drive
Saturdays 1 – 3 PM
A small but dedicated group committed to their own recovery and willing to help you with yours. People share their stories in a way that can help you make the rest of yours a good one.

4 Elements Studios
Accessed at the corner of Broadway and Hanna Park Drive
4 Elements studio in Utica is owned and operated by Armenian born, ceramic artist Vartan Poghosian. Vartan teaches both pottery classes and workshops on wheel throwing as well as hand building. See the website for upcoming classes or call (315) 794-1689.