Where Do I Park?
For GPS devices or navigation apps like Google Maps, use 316 Adams Street, Toledo as your destination.
There’s construction going on in our parking garage through the end of 2018. For the latest update on how that affects parking, see our Building Info page.
The easiest place to park when visiting Trinity is the Four Seagate parking garage. The garage entrance is on the east side of St. Clair St., near the middle of the block. There’s an entrance into Trinity from the main level of the garage.
When you arrive at the entrance to the parking garage, take a ticket from the machine at the gate. Bring that ticket with you into the building. If you’re visiting to attend a worship service, we’ll give you a sticker in the sanctuary that shows a RED square. Place that sticker on your ticket. Hold onto your ticket until you leave. When exiting, feed your ticket into the machine sticker-side-up. The gate will open so you can leave without payment. Note: Only a sticker with the RED square on it provides non-billed parking. This is for worship services only.
If you volunteer or attend Trinity meetings at other times, you’ll need to get a WHITE sticker from the staff, and Trinity will be billed for your parking. If you’re attending a concert or another event at Trinity that’s not church-sponsored, you’ll be expected to pay the posted rate for parking in the garage.
There are some 1-hour or 2-hour metered parking spots near Trinity, mostly on St. Clair Street with a few on Adams Street. All meter regulations are enforced from 8:00a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday. The cost is $1 per hour. Metered parking is free from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. weekdays, after 5:00 p.m. weeknights, anytime on Saturday and Sunday, and on all federal holidays.
All legal on-street parking downtown is posted as such. If you park in an area that’s not posted for parking, you’re likely to be ticketed.
If you’re traveling by TARTA bus, we’re near the Downtown Loop, at Adams and Summit Streets. Take any TARTA bus route downtown, and get off at either the Seagate Station (Jackson near Summit) or the Promenade Station (Summit at Promenade Park). Walk one block to Adams Street. Our front doors are on Adams; come on in!