ACCOMMODATIONS

HOTELS

Best Western River North

125 W. Ohio St., Chicago, IL 60654

312.467.0800

Hampton Inn & Suites Chicago Downtown

33 W. Illinois St., Chicago, IL 60654

312.832.0330

Fairfield Inn & Suites Chicago Downtown/Magnificent Mile

216 E. Ontario St., Chicago, IL 60611

312.787.3777

Holiday Inn Chicago Mart Plaza River North

350 W. Wolf Point Plaza, Chicago, IL 60654

312.836.5000

PARKING & DIRECTIONS

Public Transit Directions

Red Line (daily, including Sundays) stops at Clark & Division, four blocks south of the church, about a ten-minute walk.

Brown Line (daily, including Sundays) and Purple Line (Monday-Friday only) stop at Sedgwick and North, two blocks west of the church, about an eight-minute walk.

CTA buses (All except the 156 offer daily service, including Sundays)
Clark Street: 22 Clark (owl service), 36 Broadway, 73 Armitage
North Avenue: 72 North or 151 Sheridan
LaSalle Street: 156 LaSalle

Divvy Bike station is available in front of the Chicago History Museum on Clark Street. 

Visit www.transitchicago.com or call 312.836.7000 for more information.

 

Parking Options

  • Piper’s Alley
    230 W North Ave, Chicago, IL 60610
  • Moody Bible Institute 
    820 N LaSalle Dr, Chicago, IL 60610 
    250 free spots available, first come-first serve
    20-minute walk to the church
  • Street Parking 
    Pay with credit card or through Park Chicago

 

Driving Directions to Moody Church

The Moody Church is located at 1635 N. LaSalle Street, near the Chicago History Museum. Sometimes visitors mistakenly end up at the Moody Bible Institute which is a mile south of the church on LaSalle Boulevard.

If you are taking a cab, people have found it best to ask the driver to drop them at “The Moody Church at the corner of Clark Street and North Avenue.”

  • From the North: Take Lake Shore Drive South. Exit at LaSalle Street/North Avenue; keep right curving round Lincoln Park. At second traffic light (Clark Street) turn left. Church is adjacent to the BP and Shell gas stations.
  • From the Northwest: Take Kennedy (90/94) East. North Avenue East. Continue approximately 2 miles to LaSalle Street. Church is adjacent to the BP and Shell gas stations. Main Church entrance is on Clark Street.
  • From the West: Take Eisenhower (290) East. Follow signs to Lake Shore Drive North. Exit LaSalle/North Avenue; turn left at first traffic light (LaSalle). At third traffic light (Clark Street) turn left. Church is adjacent to the BP and Shell gas stations.
  • From the South: Take Dan Ryan (90/94) West. Follow signs to Lake Shore Drive North. Exit LaSalle Street/North Avenue; turn left at first traffic light (LaSalle). At third traffic light (Clark Street) turn left. Church is adjacent to the BP and Shell gas stations.
  • From the Southwest: Take Stevenson (55) North. Follow signs to Lake Shore Drive North. Exit LaSalle/North Avenue; turn left at first traffic light (LaSalle). At third traffic light (Clark Street) turn left. Church is adjacent to the BP and Shell gas stations.

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