Take the Ben Franklin Bridge from Philadelphia into Camden. As you leave the bridge, stay to the left and follow the signs for 30 E. You will pass a Hess gas station on your right. Go under 3 overpasses, and exit at Baird Blvd. North. This exit has no sign, but is just past the Baird Blvd. South exit and has a small sign for Millennium Skate. After you come off the ramp, you will be heading north on Baird Blvd. You will go through one light at Marlton Pike. The next light is a five way stop at Federal and 27th St. Follow the sign for Federal St. East. You will bear right on to Federal St. The church is 200 yards on the left hand side. Make a left into the driveway just past the rectory and before the light at 29th St. If you go through the light at 29th St., you have gone too far.
From the NJ Turnpike, 295 or 38:
Turnpike– Get off at exit 4. For 295 get off the exit for Rt. 73. Follow the signs for 73 north. Take 38 West to 130 North. On 130 north you will go about 2 miles. When you see the Popeye’s Chicken and Dairy Queen, you are 3/10 a mile from your exit. Exit at the Merchantville/Maple Ave./Federal St. exit. It comes up quickly by a bend in the road. Take this street (Maple Ave.) until you see the sign for Federal St. on the left. Take this ramp. Stay in the right hand lane on the ramp and you will be on Federal St. going in the right direction (west.) You will go through five lights. Immediately after the fifth light, make a right into the driveway of the Parish (just beyond 29th St.)
From Rte. 70:
Exit Rt. 70 at Browning Rd. north. At the bottom of the ramp, make a left. Go through the light at 130. Take this to the next light at 27th St. On 27th St., go to the second light which is at Federal St. Make the hard right onto Federal. The church is 200 yards on the left hand side. Turn into the driveway just before the light at 29th St.
From both directions:
As you come in the driveway, go about 100 yards. The Romero Center is the red brick building on your right with the high brick wall. Come up the steps on the left which go up under the overhang.