The church building is just off the east end of the High Street. Look for the new John Lewis and then find Costa Coffee and turn down the road with Costa Coffee at it’s corner. The church is just down this road on the right.
From the north
Follow the A435 into Cheltenham past Pitville Park and on until you come to traffic lights. Turn left onto the A46 and follow the road until you hit a T-junction. Turn right onto High Street and after the sharp left you will enter Bath Road. Park in the Bath Parade car park. When you come back out to Bath Road, Cambray Place is to your right back along Bath Road and the church is in front of you in Cambray Place. [Google Map]
From the south west
Follow the A40 in and continue on the A40 until you come to a garage at the centre of a fork in the road. Take the left fork onto Lansdown Road. At the roundabout, turn left and continue past Montpellier Gardens. At the traffic lights, take the right lane and turn right. Follow the road until you have to turn left. Park in Rodney Road car park and then walk up Rodney Road until you pass a pedestrian path to the right. Take this pathway into Cambray Place and the church is further down Cambray Place. [Google Map]
From the south east
Follow the A40 in from Oxford and continue on until the road enters High Street and takes a sharp left. You are now entering Bath Road and can park in the Bath Parade car park. When you walk back out to Bath Road, Cambray Place is to your right and the church is in front of you in Cambray Place. [Google Map]
The nearest car parks are in Rodney Road and Bath Parade, both accessed from the inner ring road, which goes one-way in a clockwise direction. Also nearby are the Town Centre East multi-story car park and the St. James Street car park which both have large capacity, though are the other side of the one-way system. Additionally, there is Pay & Display street parking in Cambray Place, Monday to Sunday, up until 8pm.
For free parking on a Sunday 5 minutes walk from the church building, try College Road (walking through Sandford Park), Priory Street, Oxford Street and Carlton Street or for a Sunday evening, try Vittoria Walk or Imperial Square.
We also have special, limited parking arrangements with some local businesses, please ask the Church Office for details.
For more car parking information, try: Cheltenham Borough Council.