Unless otherwise noted, all PBMG classes and sitting sessions take place at the Fellowship in Prayer House, at 291 Witherspoon in Princeton. This is a house that allows several groups, including ours, to meet there for meditation and other spiritual practices.
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Directions from the north
Directions from the south
Directions from the north:
Travel south on Route 206 across CR 518 (a major intersection just past the Montgomery Shopping Center). After crossing 518, stay on 206 for three miles, proceeding to the third traffic light, which is Cherry Hill Road.
At Cherry Hill Road (Fleet Bank on left-hand side), turn left and then immediately turn right onto Mt. Lucas Road. Just another half-block after you leave 206, at the first traffic light (Valley Road), Mt. Lucas Road becomes Witherspoon Street.
Follow Witherspoon Street about two more blocks, passing a fire station on the left-hand side and Community Park School on the right-hand side. (Altogther, you will travel roughly 0.5 mile along Mt. Lucas/Witherspoon after leaving 206.)
After you pass Community Park School on the right, #291 is three or four houses further along on the left-hand side, directly opposite the offices of the Princeton Packet. If you pass the Packet offices on the right or cross Henry Ave. on the left, you've gone too far.
Directions from the south:
From Route 1, take the Washington Street exit and head north into Princeton. Follow Washington Street up to the light at Nassau Street (Princeton's main street, aka Route 27).
At the light, turn left (west) onto Nassau. Go for about a block, up to the next light. Here you turn right onto Witherspoon.
Travel on Witherspoon for a little more than 0.6 mileyou will continue north through the traffic light at Paul Robeson Place/Wiggins Street.
After you pass the Avalon Apartments on the right, start looking for #291. It's a white house on the right hand side of Witherspoon, across from the Princeton Packet offices. If you pass the Community Park School on the left, you've gone too far.
Parking: There is a small parking lot (large enough for a half-dozen or so cars) behind the house. Pull carefully into driveway (sharp right, bear right into lot). If the lot is full, park on the street. Please do not park in the lot next door (at the old gas station), which the Princeton Packet uses seven days a week.