Overflow parking for CUCCCommunity UCC is glad that we are a place where people like to gather, whether to celebrate the life of a loved one or for a community event.  Our welcome is big, but our parking lots are small.  Please carpool if you are able.

Look for our parking lot helpers, wearing bright orange vests, who are there to help you park safely.

Dixie Trail and Wade Avenue parking lots

We have two small parking lots, each with a pair of handicap parking spaces and with a bike rack.  When all of the unspecialized spots are full, we put a “Lot Full” sandwich board at the entrance.  If you have a handicapped parking permit, let the parking lot helper know; there may still be a handicapped parking space available.  The Dixie Trail lot fills very quickly.  If you choose the Wade Avenue lot, please exit by turning right; the hill makes a left turn quite dangerous.

Drop off location

Look for the orange cones along Dixie Trail in front of Pilgrim House.  You may drop off your passengers there, and then move your car to parking on a side street.  Paved sidewalks connect the drop off location to the buildings.

Side street parking

O’Berry Street and Barmettler Street, the two streets south of the church on Dixie Trail, have free, on-street parking.  We are grateful to our neighbors, and encourage you to give driveway entrances extra space.

Morningside Assisted Living

On some occasions, our across-Dixie neighbors allow us to park in their lot.  Please leave the spaces along the sidewalk empty so that visitors to Morningside residents can park.  The Dixie parking lot helper can tell you if we have permission on the day of the event.