WILLOW STREET UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST

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Directions To Our Church From All Corners Of The Compass

From the north (Lancaster,) travel south on route 272/222 for 3 miles to the intersection where route 222 turns left, do not turn.  At this point stay on 272 south until the second street, turn left on West Willow Road and drive to the dead end which is 272 north (Willow Street Pike), turn left and travel north for about 1/4 mile.  The church is on the right.                                      

From the south (Smithville, Buck,) take route 272 north thru most of Willow Street the church is on the right across from Mellots' trailer sales.

From the east, (Lampeter and Strasburg,) take route 741 west (Village Road) to route 222 north to Peach Bottom Road, turn left and travel to Main Street and there you turn right on Main Street, then travel one block and turn right on route 272 north (Willow Street Pike north) for a short distance to the church on the right.

From the southeast (Quarryville, Refton Etc.,) travel north on 222 (Beaver Valley Pike) to Peach Bottom Road, turn left and then follow above directions to main street and the church.

From the west (Millersville, Conestoga,) travel east on Route 741 (Long Lane) to route 272 south, turn right and go to the second road (West Willow Road) and turn left, drive to the dead end and turn left and go North on route 272 for a short distance, the church is on the right.

                   

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