Located at 809 South Fourth Street in historic Old Louisville, our building is both traditional and contemporary, and reflects our commitment to the inclusion of people of all ages, abilities, and mobilities. Our building, constructed in 1871, is reminiscent of English country churches built in the gothic tradition.
After the 1985 fire which gutted the building, we rebuilt it to maintain as much as possible of the original church by keeping the outside stone walls, gables, and gothic arches. However, we incorporated contemporary elements of light, openness, and flexibility into the new design. We connected the main building to the Victorian Italianate house next door, purchased in the 1970s, which resulted in an interesting mix of old and new for our long-time downtown setting.
The congregation’s office is open from 10 am to 2 pm Monday through Friday. Contact our office.
To enter the building, use the main entrance available near the back of the parking lot, beside the accessibility ramp.
Parking is free all day Sunday in the church lot off of Fourth Street. You may park free until 1:30 pm on Sundays in the library lot off York Street.
Our Google map offers you door-to-door directions for driving, walking, biking, or public transit.
Schedule your route by TARC.