Florovsky Society — Princeton University

Symposium: Creation and Creaturehood


Registration on Friday, February 14, 2014 will open at 1:30 p.m. in Stuart Hall on the Princeton Theological Seminary campus. Parking is available on campus for those who have registered. The directions contained on this website lead to 20 Library Place, Princeton NJ 08540, which is the Erdman Center, the building on Princeton Theological Seminary's campus where we have reserved a block of rooms for overnight stay.

Click here for 20 Library Place's Google Maps entry, here for a closeup map of the immediate area, or here for a detailed walking map of Princeton University with the Erdman Center, the "Dinky" train station, and the location of Holy Transfiguration Chapel all highlighted in red.

By Air

Newark Liberty International Airport is the most convenient airport, although airports in Philadelphia or New York City are also accessible. At Newark, the AirTrain takes you from all airport terminals to the Newark Liberty International Airport Train Station. Take New Jersey Transit southbound (Northeast Corridor Line) trains to Princeton Junction. From Princeton Junction take the "Dinky" shuttle train to Princeton. (See By Train below.)

By Train

From New York City (and north) and Philadelphia (and south). New Jersey Transit services Princeton from the north (New York City, Newark), with connecting service from the south (Trenton, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington DC). Amtrak trains stop in Trenton, and some at Princeton Junction. Take the train to Princeton Junction and transfer to the "Dinky" shuttle train into Princeton. Walk or take a taxi to the Seminary. Approximate walking time is five minutes. Closeup map with the "Dinky" train station in the lower right.

By Bus

From Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City (41st Street and 8th Avenue). Purchase a Suburban Transit bus ticket to Princeton at windows 16 through 19 on the first floor. Board the bus on the third floor (fourth level) at gates 420 through 422. The bus leaves every half hour between 6:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. on weekdays and between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. on weekends, and every half hour on the hour until 1:00 a.m. The trip is one and one-half hours. Ask the driver to let you off at the end of Nassau Street where it meets Mercer Street and walk the short distance to Library Place.

By Car

NB: Two-hour parking is available on Library Place. Registered participants will receive a parking pass for a seminary lot.

From the North/New York City

Take the New Jersey Turnpike South to Exit 9 (New Brunswick). After the tollbooths, bear right onto the ramp for Route 18 North. Shortly after getting onto Route 18 North the road will fork; stay to the left of the fork, in the right lane. Bear right onto the exit for Route 1 South/Trenton. Follow Route 1 South to Alexander Road (Princeton). Turn right onto Alexander Road and continue to Mercer St. Turn left on Mercer and then take your first right on to Library Place.

From the West

Take I-78 East into New Jersey. Exit onto I-287 South toward Somerville. Follow signs for Routes 202/206 South. Travel south on 202 for a short distance and then follow signs for Route 206 South. You will go around a traffic circle. Continue south on Route 206 for about eighteen miles to Library Place (if you reach Nassau St you've gone too far). Turn right onto Library Place.

From the South

From southern New Jersey take I-295 North (becomes I-95 South) to the "Princeton Pike North" exit and continue on Princeton Pike for approximately five miles. Turn left on to Library Place.

From the East

Take I-95 West toward Trenton to the exit for I-295 North (becomes I-95 South) to the "Princeton Pike North" exit and continue on Princeton Pike for approximately five miles. Turn left on Library Place.

From Philadelphia

Take I-95 North into New Jersey and exit at "Princeton Pike North" and continue on Princeton Pike for approximately five miles. Turn left on Library Place.