Our Address is:
585 Rose Inn Avenue
Nazareth, PA 18064
Here's how to get to us from where you are:
Travel North on Broad Street past the Nazareth Borough Park
Continue up to the top of the hill and bear right onto Jacobsburg Road
Make your first left onto Rose Inn Avenue
The church will be 1/8 mile on your left
From Stroudsburg / Easton:
Take PA Route 33 to the Stockertown exit
Turn West toward Nazareth
At Subway / Papa John's - Make right onto Rose Inn Avenue
Follow Rose Inn Avenue until you come to a stop sign
Cross Jacobsburg Road and the church will be 1/8 mile on your left
From Allentown / Bethlehem:
Take PA Route 22 to the 191 / Bethlehem exit
Take Route 191 North into Nazareth
Make a right at the intersection of 191/248
Take your second left onto Broad Street
Follow directions from Nazareth (found above)
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