Directions & Accessibility 


Our church is located at 4418 Bridgetown Road, Cincinnati, OH 45211, just off of Harrison Avenue.


Coming from the South:
Take I-74 to the Montana Avenue exit. Turn left at the light. Continue on Montana Avenue and turn right at Harrison Avenue in Westwood. Continue on Harrison Avenue and bear left at the CVS onto Bridgetown Road; we are a few lights down on the right side, past St. Al’s Catholic Church & School.

Coming from the North:
Take I-74 to the Rybolt Road exit and get onto Harrison Avenue. Continue on Harrison Avenue then turn right on Race Road (which becomes Glenway Avenue). Then turn left onto Bridgetown Road and you will see us on the left.

Via Public Transit:
We are about a 10-minute walk from the Robb Ave & West CT stop on the Number 21 bus. Walk north from the bus stop, hang a left, and follow Bridgetown Road west until you see us.

Parking is available in the upper lot on Weirman Avenue and in the lower lot on Bridgetown Road, just on the other side of the cemetery. There is a large sign indicating where are parking lots are—they’re hard to miss!

Accessibility & Inclusion:
For, accessible parking for events on the Fellowship Hall side of the building, please utilize the handicap spots in the upper lot on Weirman Ave.

For accessible sanctuary parking, please park in the cemetery driveway near the sanctuary and access the building via the double doors on the left as you come up the ramp toward the main entrance.

Accessible bathrooms are located in the upstairs hallway on the Fellowship Hall side and off the side of the sanctuary near the front entrance (closest to the altar).

Accessible seating for people using mobility aids in the Sanctuary is available on the window side.

We are actively working to improve access and inclusion for people with all different kinds of needs, and we are trying to be proactive!

  • We don’t use incense or strong scents in our worship unless advertised beforehand. We do have an old facility and it has some “old building smell” at times, but we try to keep our HVAC running and windows open as needed to keep fresh air circulating.

  • Our worship is not over-stimulating, typically. Our Narthex provides a quiet, low-stimulation space for people with sensory processing disorders if they need a break from the energy of the sanctuary.

  • Hearing assistance devices are available every Sunday (and they do work!) Please see an usher if you need one.