Knox Presbyterian Church is located on the corner of Harbord Street at 630 Spadina Avenue, just a few steps south from Bloor street. The Spadina Streetcar and 94 Wellesley bus run right past our doorstep.

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access is by the side door on the north side of the church. Limited handicap and special needs parking is available. Call (416) 921-8993 in advance to reserve.

Parking

We have very limited space in our parking lot and some of these spaces are reserved for people who are elderly or have a disability.

Street parking on Spadina Ave. and Harbord St. is free on Sundays before 1pm and paid outside that time. Some of the side streets will have room to park for 1 hour, but pay very close attention to the parking signs.

Pay-for-use parking is available at U of T Grad House, located across the street. As of Jan. 2017 the flat rate on a Sunday is $7.  The lot entrance is located off Glen Morris St.

By Transit

As parking is limited, we recommend taking public transit.

From the Bloor-Danforth Subway line, get off at Spadina Station and walk (about a 7 minute walk) or take the Spadina streetcar south to Harbord Street (just a couple short blocks south of Bloor).

or

From the Yonge Subway line, get off at Wellesley Station. Then take the 94 Wellesley Bus westbound from Wellesley Station to Spadina Avenue.

See www.ttc.ca for more routes and information.

By Bicycle

Harbord Street and College Street all have their own designated bicycle lanes. On the north side of the church, next to the parking lot, there are bicycle stands where you can lock your bike. We recommend that you use a U-lock and lock both your bike frame and front wheel to our bicycle stand.

From U of T

Knox is directly across Spadina Avenue from the U of T Athletic Centre.

From York University

Take the York University bus to Downsview Station, then take the subway to Spadina Station. Knox is two blocks south on Spadina Avenue, served by the Spadina streetcar. The total transit time from the York main campus is 30 to 40 minutes on a Sunday morning.