St. George Coptic Orthodox Church of Greater Philadelphia
411 Dekalb Street
Norristown, PA 19401
Father Roufail Youssef:
Father Mina Shaheid:
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Map/Directions and Public Transportation
Directions to St. George Coptic Orthodox Church of Philadelphia:
From New Jersey and New York
1. Take NJ Turnpike South to PA Turnpike West (Exit 6 on NJ Turnpike).
2. Take Exit 20 – Rt. 476 South (Chester).
3. After toll, get off at first exit (number 18) Norristown
4. Drive for approximately 2 – 2.5 miles. Make a right turn onto DeKalb Street. The church will be on your left hand side (cream colored building with green molding).
Parking: Go to 1st traffic light (Airy St.) after the church. Make a left turn and the parking lot will be on your right hand side.
From South (Washington, DC)
1. Take Interstate 95 North to Interstate 476 North (Plymouth Meeting)
2. Take Exit 18B (Norristown)
3. At end of ramp, turn right.
4. At traffic light turn right onto Ridge Pike.
5. Drive for 2.8 miles. Make a right turn onto DeKalb Street. The church will be on your left hand side (cream colored building with green molding).
Parking: Go to 1st traffic light (Airy St.) after the church. Make left and parking lot will be on your right hand side.
Public Transportation (SEPTA)
The church can be easily accessed using the R6 Norristown Regional Rail Line from:
- Suburban Station at 16th and JFK Boulevard, Market East Station at 11th and Market, or 30th Street Station at 30th and Market St.
To get to church, take the R6 and get off at Norristown Transportation Center. Once off the train, proceed to the exit and walk northbound Dekalb St. for 2.5 blocks to 411 Dekalb St. For more information visit http://www.septa.org/