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CAPP 2016 Venue

The CAPP Empowerment Summit 2016 will be held at:
The Congregation Lion of Judah
20 Reed Street Boston MA 02118

(Conveniently located near Silver Line and MBTA bus stops.)


Parking

Parking is limited in Boston’s South End. Several parking lots are available in a 1 to 3 block walking distance from the church.   Please consider this as you make your travel plans.

For your convenience All-Day Discounted Parking is available 2 blocks from the conference at:

Parking $5 at Hampton Inn/Crosstown Center Garage – 7 Melnea Cass Boulevard
(Ticket must be validated at Conference Registration Table to receive discount)


Recommended Hotels:

  • Marriot Courtyard- Tel 617-436-8200
  • Hampton Inn Suites Crosstown- 617-445-6400
  • Holiday Inn Express- 617-288-3030

Directions to Congregation Lion of Judah

From the North: Route 93 South, Exit 18 turning right (Melnea Cass Blvd). Stay in the right lane and turn right at the first light ( Massachusetts Avenue ). Stay in the middle lane and at the second light (Harrison Ave.) take a left run, and then a right turn. (Northampton St.). Look for #62 at your left side (first building). Parking behind the building.

From the South: Route 93 North, Exit 18, take the exit ramp and turn left at the second light and follow the instructions given above.

From the East Route 90 East, until end of highway, take route 93 South/Cape Cod, to exit 18, and follow the instructions given above.


 Public Transportation

Take
Line
change
at
Exit
at
Take
Bus
Exit
at
Red Andrew #10 BMC
Central Sq. #1 BMC
Orange Back Bay #10 BMC
Mass. Ave. #1 BMC
Green Symphony #1 BMC
Copley #10 BMC
Blue State
and take
Orange
Mass. Ave. #1 BMC

BMC = Boston Medical Center

Lion of Judah is located two blocks from the Silver Line’s Massachusetts T stop. From the Mass Ave stop, walk one block southwest down Washington Street (away from the downtown skyscrapers) to Northampton Street, then one block southeast on Northampton Street to Lion of Judah.

Visit the MBTA site for maps