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Mars Hill Downtown Seattle has moved: Directions, parking, and more

This past weekend we held our last services in Belltown, which has been home to us for the last five years! This week, our staff, interns, and volunteers packed up everything from audio equipment to childrens toys and started moving us into our new home. This means that we will be worshipping together at 5th & Marion this weekend in the heart of Downtown Seattle!

Service information

This weekend we will be having one service at 11:15 a.m. and it will be our first soft launch service in our new home. This is an amazing opportunity for us to gather together under one roof as a church family as we prepare for our Grand Opening on January 13.

As of December 30, we will start a new Sunday schedule with services at 9 a.m., 11:15 a.m., and 5 p.m..

Parking

Parking in Seattle can sometimes be overwhelming. We are excited to be able to provide validated parking all day on Sunday's at the Bank of America building, which is located on the east side of 5th Avenue, directly across the street from the church.

Directions

The driving directions below will help you navigate your way to the parking garage at the Bank of America building.

From the South:

  1. Driving Northbound on I-5 (from the South), take the Seneca St. Exit
  2. Continue off the exit past 6th Avenue
  3. Take a left onto 5th Avenue
  4. Take a left onto Marion
  5. Continue right onto 6th Avenue
  6. Take a right onto Columbia
  7. The garage entrance is on the right

From the North:

  1. Driving Southbound on I-5 (from the North), take the James St. Exit
  2. Continue onto 6th Avenue
  3. Take a right onto Columbia
  4. The garage entrance is on the right

From Belltown, Queen Anne, and Magnolia:

Kids and family drop off

Our kids and family entrance is conveniently located on Marion between 4th and 5th Avenue. Here's a preview of what you can expect when you drop off your kids.


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