We are on the corner of Church and Ann Uccello Streets — one block west of the XLCenter (formerly the Hartford Civic Center) and two blocks east of Union Station.
From points west of Hartford (West Hartford, Farmington, Waterbury)
Traveling on I-84: Take Exit 49 (Ann Uccello Street Exit). At the end of ramp turn right onto High Street. At the first light, turn left onto Church Street. The Church and Center are at the end of the block on the right.
From points east of Hartford (East Hartford, Manchester, Tolland)
Traveling on I-84: Take Exit 50 (Main Street). Go to the third light and turn left onto Trumbull Street. Go to second light and turn right onto Church Street. Go one block to Ann Uccello Street. The Church is across the intersection on the left. The Center is just beyond the Church.
From points north of Hartford (Windsor, Enfield, Springfield, MA)
Traveling on I-91: Take Exit 32 (Trumbull Street). At the end of the ramp, go straight ahead onto Trumbull Street. Follow Trumbull Street to Church Street (including the light at the end of the ramp this is the sixth light). Turn right onto Church Street. Go one block to Ann Uccello Street. The church is across the intersection on the left. The Center is just beyond the Church.
From points south of Hartford (Wethersfield, Rocky Hill, New Haven)
Traveling on I-91: Take Exit 29A (Capitol Area). Merge into the traffic circle; stay to the right and take the first right (Trumbull Street). Follow Trumbull Street to Church Street. Take a left onto Church Street and travel one block. The Church is across the intersection on the left. The Center is just beyond the Church.
If you would like to register as a member of St. Patrick-St. Anthony Church, please call our parish office at (860) 756-4034 and request a census card or register online.
Free, well-lighted parking is available in the Saints Surface Parking Lot located directly across the street from St. Patrick-St. Anthony Church and the Franciscan Center for Urban Ministry.
Both the Church and the Center are handicap accessible. The Church is equipped with hearing-assisted devices, which are available upon request: see the sacristan or one of the staff as you enter the Church to use one of these devices during Mass.