Helping Up Mission Directions

Helping Up Mission
1029 E. Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD  21202

From Severna Park, Pasadena, Cape St. Claire, Kent Island, Crownsville and Hagerstown:
Take I 695 to I 295 toward Baltimore.  Follow 295 into the city past both stadiums (street name has now changed to Russell Street.)   Try to be in the middle lane as you pass Camden Yards to be able to turn right on Pratt Street.  Stay on Pratt Street past Inner Harbor continuing east.  As you leave the harbor area, you’re heading toward Little Italy.  Watch for a light at the divided highway – President’s Street (Reginald Lewis Museum on corner, Marriott Waterfront off to right).  Go straight while still on Pratt Street and watch for overhead signs for S. Albermarle Street, S. High Street, S. Exeter Street.  The 4th street is Lloyd Street.  Turn left on Lloyd Street.  Go 2 blocks (you’ll cross Lombard Street) then turn left into parking lot at the back of Helping Up Mission.  (Lloyd Street Synagogue will be across the street from parking lot.)  There is a solid green door at the parking lot level that you can enter and go up a few stairs to the Chapel.

When leaving:  take a right out of the parking lot, turn right onto Lombard Street and drive back across to Greene Street (at University Hospital).  Turn left onto Greene Street and stay on it.  It will become Russell Street and then I 295 and take you to I 695.

 From Westminster, Owings Mills and points north:
Take I 95 to I 83 south.  Follow I 83 to the end at Baltimore Street.  Turn left (east) on Baltimore Street and follow to 1029 E. Baltimore, Helping Up Mission. Turn right just past the Mission onto Lloyd Street and then right into the parking lot.

 When leaving:  Take a right out of parking lot, turn right onto Lombard Street and watch for signs (blue) telling you to go right for I 83.

There is parking on the street for those who prefer.  You do not have to feed the meters after 6:00 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Serve the LORD with gladness: come before his presence with singing. – Psalm 100:2