Due to COVID-19 our church is currently holding worship and Sunday School online and in-person. You can find our LIVE YouTube Worship and video archives HERE.
Our church facility is located at the intersection of Main and Nelson Streets in the center of Lexington. This is also the intersection of the highways US-60 and US-11 (business) north. US-11 south follows Jefferson Street, which is one block to the west of Main Street.
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We are within walking distance of Washington & Lee University, the Virginia Military Institute and several of the downtown inns.
Lexington Presbyterian does not have a parking lot. Street parking is available on adjoining streets. There are municipal parking lots accessible from Main Street one block south of the sanctuary and from Randolph Street one block south of the Murray Hall entrance.
On Sunday mornings we reserve a space on Main Street in front of the sanctuary for handicapped drop-off. There is a dedicated handicapped parking space on Randolph Street adjacent to the ramp entrance to Murray Hall. Our facility is also equipped with an elevator. Please ask an usher for directions when you arrive.
Where to Come In
Sanctuary: The sanctuary's main entrance faces Main Street. There are secondary entrances from Nelson Street and the courtyard. These entrances all have stairs.
There is a wheelchair accessible entrance from the courtyard. Follow the sidewalk up a slight ramp to the double doors at the rear of the courtyard. Our facility is also equipped with an elevator, please ask an usher for directions.
Murray Hall: Murray Hall, the education and administrative building, has two primary exterior entrances. One faces Main Street. The church office is located just inside this entrance on the right. The other entrance to Murray Hall is from Randolph Street. There is a wheelchair ramp that avoids the stairs and that connects to the alley on the left of the building. Dunlap Auditorium is on the left of the hallway as you enter the building through the double doors.
If you are planning to visit Lexington shortly, you can obtain information about current weather conditions by visiting the National Weather Service website.