Our Locations

The Old Presbyterian Meeting House is located in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia.

Sanctuary:  321 South Fairfax Street (between Duke and Wolfe Streets)

Church Offices (and Heritage Hall): Elliot House, 323 S. Fairfax, next door to the sanctuary.

Education Buildings: Flounder House (includes Westminster Hall) and the Christian Education building (includes Fellowship Hall) are on the Royal Street side of the churchyard, 316 S. Royal St.

Church Parking Lot: 419 South Royal St. (between Wolfe and Wilkes Streets). Street parking is also available in the surrounding neighborhood.

Underground Parking: Market Square opens at 10:00 AM on Sunday Mornings. For detailed information about garage parking in the area click here.

Parking Map

Public Transportation Options

By Metrorail: OPMH is a 20-minute walk from the King Street Metro Station (yellow or blue line). Or take the FREE King Street Trolley, which departs from the King Street Metro every 10, 30, and 50 minutes after each hour from 11:30 am to 10 pm, seven days a week. Take the Trolley to King & Royal Street, walk 1 more block East along King Street, and turn RIGHT onto South Fairfax St., walk 3 blocks SOUTH to see OPMH on your right at 321 South Fairfax St.

By Dash Bus: OPMH is accessible by several Dash Bus lines. The AT3 and AT7 lines come down South Fairfax in front of OPMH at 321 South Fairfax St. The AT7 line stretches from southwest Alexandria to Old Town and the AT3 line covers northeast Alexandria to Old Town. You can also take the AT8 line from southwest Alexandria to the corner of South Washington and Duke Street. From there walk EAST down Duke Street 3 blocks to South Fairfax. Turn right on South Fairfax and in one-half block OPMH will be on your right at 321 South Fairfax. To get to OPMH from westcentral and central Alexandria, you can take the AT2 or AT5 line and get off at King Street and South Fairfax. Go SOUTH on South Fairfax 2 and one-half blocks past Duke Street and you’ll see OPMH on your right at 321 South Fairfax St.

Assisted Transportation

The National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board offers a link to area providers of specialized transportation options for people with disabilities, older adults, persons with limited English proficiency, and low-income commuters. and 855-Reach A Ride (855-732-2427) provide information on transportation providers that can accommodate wheelchairs and gurneys, and those that offer escorted travel for people with severe mobility or cognitive limitations.  The website and hotline are accessible by people with special needs, their friends, family members, clergy, healthcare providers, case managers, and service agencies.  OPMH is not affiliated with Reach A Ride and cannot guarantee any of the services offered.