Where to Find Parking

Street meters in Princeton are free on Sundays, including those in the parking lot behind the church. To reach the lot, turn off Vandeventer Avenue into the alley by the Education Building. This lot can also be reached from Park Place, which is parallel to Nassau Street, between Vandeventer Avenue and Moore Street.

Do not park in a non-metered space, except for the three free (no meter) spaces by the Education Building door. These are available during the week if you are visiting the church for an event or meeting.

Two other lots are available on Sundays and after business hours. Princeton University Lot 10 is behind Thomas Sweet and the university’s big building at 185 Nassau Street. Access it from Washington Road.

Photo showing entrance to public parking lot on Vandeventer Avenue

This is what the entrance to the public parking lot on Vandeventer Avenue looks like.


Sovereign Bank parking spaces
may be used on Sundays. Enter the lot behind the bank’s Nassau Street building from Park Place. Use only the bank spaces or you may be ticketed or towed.

Several handicapped places are available on Sunday morning for church services on Nassau Street in front of the church. One handicapped place, by the Education Building door, is available at any time.

Additional Parking Information: Please visit the Princeton Parking website to find directions to downtown parking lots and garages. (Click on No. 10 to see all the parking areas around the church). Also, visit the Princeton University Visitor Parking Page to find out about weekend parking in University lots. This page also includes a printable map in pdf format. To avoid carrying quarters for weekday parking, consider getting a “Smart Card” at borough hall or the library’s parking garage.