St. Maximus the Confessor Orthodox Church
Diocese of the South, Orthodox Church in America
Denton, Texas
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From Dallas

From Dallas: Take I-35 north to Denton. Exit at exit 466b, North Texas Blvd. Turn right onto North Texas Blvd at the light. Road winds through the University of North Texas campus. Turn right on Hickory (one way street). Take the first left at Miller. Go one block to West Oak Street. Turn left onto West Oak (one way street). Turn right into church parking lot (2026 West Oak) just before you get to North Texas Blvd. Church sits on top of the "T" intersection of West Oak and North Texas Blvd.

If you miss the exit, take the next one, exit 467, Bonniebrae Road. Turn right on Bonniebrae. At first light, Hickory Street (one way street), turn right. Drive several blocks. After you cross North Texas Blvd, take  the first left at Miller. Go one block to West Oak Street. Turn left onto West Oak (one way street). Turn right into church parking lot just before you get to North Texas Blvd. Church sits on top of the "T" intersection of West Oak and North Texas Blvd.

 

From Decatur and points west of Denton

Take highway 380 east to Denton. Go under I-35 and past shopping center with Albertsons on right. At light at far edge of shopping center (Bonniebrae), turn right. Drive about a mile past field and then hospital on right. At light at Hickory, one block south of West Oak (one way street), turn left onto HIckory.  Drive several blocks. After you cross North Texas Blvd, take the first left at Miller. Go one block to West Oak Street. Turn left onto West Oak (one way street). Turn left into church parking lot just before you get to North Texas Blvd. Church is a block down the street on the right, 2026 West Oak, just before you get to North Texas Blvd.

From Fort Worth

From Fort Worth:

Take I-35W north to Denton. Just before I-35W joins I-35E, take Oak Street exit. You will end up on Hickory Street. Drive through light at Bonniebrae, and then several blocks more. After you cross North Texas Blvd, take the first left at Miller. Go one block to West Oak Street. Turn left onto West Oak (one way street). Turn right into church parking lot (2026 West Oak) just before you get to North Texas Blvd. Church sits on top of the "T" intersection of West Oak and North Texas Blvd.

From Gainesville & Oklahoma

Take I-35 south to Denton. Exit at Oak Street (just south of Hwy 380/University Drive) just before I-35 splits into I-35W and I-35E. Turn left at light onto Oak, go under freeway. Oak will split, and you'll end up on Hickory. At light at Bonniebrae, turn left. Go one block, turn right at next light (Oak). Church is several blocks down the street on the left, 2026 West Oak.

From points East of Denton

Take Highway 380 west to Denton. In Denton, 380 is known as University Ave. Drive through town. Turn left on Carroll, just a block or two past Texas Women's University. Take Carroll South to West Oak (light). Turn right on West Oak (one way street). Drive three quarters of a mile to 2026 West Oak, turn right into church parking lot. Church sits on top of the "T" intersection of West Oak and North Texas Blvd.

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