Churches, Cathedrals

2017-04-22 13338 WTA 5DM4  Old Mission Congregational Church, Built in 1891 and is listed on the National Registry of Historical Buildings : ApMadoc, Church, Michigan, Old Mission Congregational Church, Old Mission Peninsula, Traverse City, USA, United States 2017-04-22 13359 WTA 5DM4  Old Mission Congregational Church, Built in 1891 and is listed on the National Registry of Historical Buildings : ApMadoc, Church, Michigan, Old Mission Congregational Church, Old Mission Peninsula, Traverse City, USA, United States 2017-04-08 03126 WTA Phan4Pro : Aerial, ApMadoc, Catholic, Catholic Church, DJI, DJI Phantom, Detroit, Michigan, Phantom, Phantom 4 Pro, Phantom4Pro, St. John Cantius Church, St. John Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States, Wayne County 2017-04-08 03121 WTA Phan4Pro : Aerial, ApMadoc, Catholic, Catholic Church, DJI, DJI Phantom, Detroit, Michigan, Phantom, Phantom 4 Pro, Phantom4Pro, St. John Cantius Church, St. John Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States, Wayne County 2017-04-08 109880 WTA 5DM4  Saint John's Temple, Szent Janus Templom.   This church was desinged by Henrik Kohner who also designed Holy Cross for the Roman Catholics. But he did not limit himself to Christian religious building. He designed Congregation B'Nai Moshe on Dexter on the west side as well as one of about two-dozen synagagues built in Detroit after World War II including Yeshivah Beth Yuheda Mogen Abraham, also on Dexter. : Abandoned, Abanonded Church, ApMadoc, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Michigan, Saint John's Temple, Stained Glass, Stairway, Szent Janus Templom, USA, United States, Wayne County
2017-04-08 109908 WTA 5DM4 HDR  Saint John's Temple, Szent Janus Templom.   This church was desinged by Henrik Kohner who also designed Holy Cross for the Roman Catholics. But he did not limit himself to Christian religious building. He designed Congregation B'Nai Moshe on Dexter on the west side as well as one of about two-dozen synagagues built in Detroit after World War II including Yeshivah Beth Yuheda Mogen Abraham, also on Dexter. : Abandoned, Abanonded Church, ApMadoc, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Michigan, Saint John's Temple, Szent Janus Templom, USA, United States, Wayne County 2017-04-08 03116 WTA Phan4Pro : Aerial, ApMadoc, Catholic, Catholic Church, DJI, DJI Phantom, Detroit, Michigan, Phantom, Phantom 4 Pro, Phantom4Pro, St. John Cantius Church, St. John Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States, Wayne County 2017-04-08 109864 WTA 5DM4  Saint John's Temple, Szent Janus Templom.   This church was desinged by Henrik Kohner who also designed Holy Cross for the Roman Catholics. But he did not limit himself to Christian religious building. He designed Congregation B'Nai Moshe on Dexter on the west side as well as one of about two-dozen synagagues built in Detroit after World War II including Yeshivah Beth Yuheda Mogen Abraham, also on Dexter. : Abandoned, Abanonded Church, ApMadoc, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Michigan, Saint John's Temple, Stained Glass, Stairway, Szent Janus Templom, USA, United States, Wayne County 2017-04-08 109856 WTA 5DM4  Saint John's Temple, Szent Janus Templom.   This church was desinged by Henrik Kohner who also designed Holy Cross for the Roman Catholics. But he did not limit himself to Christian religious building. He designed Congregation B'Nai Moshe on Dexter on the west side as well as one of about two-dozen synagagues built in Detroit after World War II including Yeshivah Beth Yuheda Mogen Abraham, also on Dexter. : Abandoned, Abanonded Church, ApMadoc, Catholic, Catholic Church, Ceiling, Church, Detroit, Michigan, Saint John's Temple, Szent Janus Templom, USA, United States, Wayne County 2017-04-08 109719 WTA 5DM4 HDR  Saint John's Temple, Szent Janus Templom.   This church was desinged by Henrik Kohner who also designed Holy Cross for the Roman Catholics. But he did not limit himself to Christian religious building. He designed Congregation B'Nai Moshe on Dexter on the west side as well as one of about two-dozen synagagues built in Detroit after World War II including Yeshivah Beth Yuheda Mogen Abraham, also on Dexter. : Abandoned, Abanonded Church, ApMadoc, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Michigan, Saint John's Temple, Stained Glass, Szent Janus Templom, USA, United States, Wayne County
2017-04-08 109690 WTA 5DM4 HDR  Saint John's Temple, Szent Janus Templom.   This church was desinged by Henrik Kohner who also designed Holy Cross for the Roman Catholics. But he did not limit himself to Christian religious building. He designed Congregation B'Nai Moshe on Dexter on the west side as well as one of about two-dozen synagagues built in Detroit after World War II including Yeshivah Beth Yuheda Mogen Abraham, also on Dexter. : Abandoned, Abanonded Church, ApMadoc, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Michigan, Saint John's Temple, Stained Glass, Szent Janus Templom, USA, United States, Wayne County 2017-04-08 109816 WTA 5DM4 HDR  Saint John's Temple, Szent Janus Templom.   This church was desinged by Henrik Kohner who also designed Holy Cross for the Roman Catholics. But he did not limit himself to Christian religious building. He designed Congregation B'Nai Moshe on Dexter on the west side as well as one of about two-dozen synagagues built in Detroit after World War II including Yeshivah Beth Yuheda Mogen Abraham, also on Dexter. : Abandoned, Abanonded Church, ApMadoc, Catholic, Catholic Church, Ceiling, Church, Detroit, Michigan, Saint John's Temple, Stained Glass, Szent Janus Templom, USA, United States, Wayne County 2017-04-08 109670 WTA 5DM4 HDR  Saint John's Temple, Szent Janus Templom.   This church was desinged by Henrik Kohner who also designed Holy Cross for the Roman Catholics. But he did not limit himself to Christian religious building. He designed Congregation B'Nai Moshe on Dexter on the west side as well as one of about two-dozen synagagues built in Detroit after World War II including Yeshivah Beth Yuheda Mogen Abraham, also on Dexter. : Abandoned, Abanonded Church, ApMadoc, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Michigan, Saint John's Temple, Stained Glass, Szent Janus Templom, USA, United States, Wayne County 2017-04-08 109643 WTA 5DM4 HDR  Saint John's Temple, Szent Janus Templom.   This church was desinged by Henrik Kohner who also designed Holy Cross for the Roman Catholics. But he did not limit himself to Christian religious building. He designed Congregation B'Nai Moshe on Dexter on the west side as well as one of about two-dozen synagagues built in Detroit after World War II including Yeshivah Beth Yuheda Mogen Abraham, also on Dexter. : Abandoned, Abanonded Church, ApMadoc, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Michigan, Saint John's Temple, Stained Glass, Szent Janus Templom, USA, United States, Wayne County 2017-04-08 109590 WTA 5DM4 HDR  Saint John's Temple, Szent Janus Templom.   This church was desinged by Henrik Kohner who also designed Holy Cross for the Roman Catholics. But he did not limit himself to Christian religious building. He designed Congregation B'Nai Moshe on Dexter on the west side as well as one of about two-dozen synagagues built in Detroit after World War II including Yeshivah Beth Yuheda Mogen Abraham, also on Dexter. : Abandoned, Abanonded Church, ApMadoc, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Michigan, Saint John's Temple, Stained Glass, Szent Janus Templom, USA, United States, Wayne County
2017-04-08 109629 WTA 5DM4 HDR  Saint John's Temple, Szent Janus Templom.   This church was desinged by Henrik Kohner who also designed Holy Cross for the Roman Catholics. But he did not limit himself to Christian religious building. He designed Congregation B'Nai Moshe on Dexter on the west side as well as one of about two-dozen synagagues built in Detroit after World War II including Yeshivah Beth Yuheda Mogen Abraham, also on Dexter. : Abandoned, Abanonded Church, ApMadoc, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Michigan, Saint John's Temple, Stained Glass, Szent Janus Templom, USA, United States, Wayne County 2017-04-08 109573 WTA 5DM4 HDR  Saint John's Temple, Szent Janus Templom.   This church was desinged by Henrik Kohner who also designed Holy Cross for the Roman Catholics. But he did not limit himself to Christian religious building. He designed Congregation B'Nai Moshe on Dexter on the west side as well as one of about two-dozen synagagues built in Detroit after World War II including Yeshivah Beth Yuheda Mogen Abraham, also on Dexter. : Abandoned, Abanonded Church, ApMadoc, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Michigan, Saint John's Temple, Stained Glass, Szent Janus Templom, USA, United States, Wayne County 2016-04-16 20581 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, Charleston, Church, Church Steeple, Saint Michael's Church, South Carolina, Steeple, USA, United States 2017-04-08 109556 WTA 5DM4  Saint John's Temple, Szent Janus Templom.   This church was desinged by Henrik Kohner who also designed Holy Cross for the Roman Catholics. But he did not limit himself to Christian religious building. He designed Congregation B'Nai Moshe on Dexter on the west side as well as one of about two-dozen synagagues built in Detroit after World War II including Yeshivah Beth Yuheda Mogen Abraham, also on Dexter. : Abandoned, Abanonded Church, ApMadoc, Catholic, Catholic Church, Ceiling, Church, Detroit, Michigan, Saint John's Temple, Szent Janus Templom, USA, United States, Wayne County 2016-04-14 19982 WTA 5DSR  Saint Michaels Church, Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, Charleston, Church, Church Steeple, Clock, Clouds, Saint Michael's Church, South Carolina, USA, United States
2017-02-26 105877 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Church, Fenton, Genesee County, Michigan, Monochrome, Steeple, USA, United States 2015-05-04 74057 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Iroquois Avenue Christ Lutheran Church : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Iroquois Avenue Christ Lutheran Church, Lutheran Church, Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, Worship 2015-04-13 72804 WTA 5DM3 HDR  St. Lazarus Serbian Orthodox Cathedral, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Church, Detroit, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Serbian Orthodox, St. Lazarus, St. Lazarus Serbian Orthodox Cathedral, USA, Worship 2015-03-02 69255 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Ste. Anne de Détroit (Sainte-Anne-de-Détroit), founded July 26, 1701, is the second oldest continuously operating Roman Catholic parish in the United States, established when the area was part of the French colony. The current Gothic Revival cathedral styled church, built in 1886, is located at 1000 Ste. Anne Street in Detroit, Michigan, in the Richard-Hubbard neighborhood,near the Ambassador Bridge, and the Michigan Central Station. Historically, the parish community has occupied eight different buildings. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.  The main entry to the Church faces a grand tree-lined, brick paved plaza. The present parish is largely Hispanic in population : ApMadoc, College, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Saint Annes Church 2014-09-08 53679 WTA 5DM3  Sweetest Heart of Mary Catholic Church - Detroit : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, Cathedral, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, Sweetest Heart Catholic Church, Sweetest Heart Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States
2014-12-01 66099 WTA 5DM3  The Fort Street Presbyterian Church is located at 631 West Fort Street in Detroit, Michigan. It was constructed in 1855, and completely rebuilt in 1876. The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1971. Its steeple stands 265 ft (81 m), making it one of the tallest churches in the United States. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Fort Street Presbyterian Church, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-10-06 56374 WTA 5DM3 HDR-4  St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Hamtramack, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architecture, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-09-08 53571 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Christ Church, Jefferson Avenue, Detroit : ApMadoc, Christ Church, Christ Church Detroit, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-09-08 53452 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Christ Church, Jefferson Avenue, Detroit : ApMadoc, Christ Church, Christ Church Detroit, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-05-31 19312 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The former First Presbyterian Church, now the Ecumenical Theological Seminary, is located at 2930 Woodward Avenue in Midtown Detroit, Michigan. It was built in 1889 as the First Presbyterian Church. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, First Presbyterian Church, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States
2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-6769 HDR  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, England, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6505  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, UK, United Kingdom 2013-04-13 18-57 20128 WTA 5DM3  A National Historic Landmark, San Xavier Mission was founded as a Catholic mission by Father Eusebio Kino in 1692. Construction of the current church began in 1783 and was completed in 1797.  The oldest intact European structure in Arizona, the church's interior is filled with marvelous original statuary and mural paintings. It is a place where visitors can truly step back in time and enter an authentic 18th Century space. : ApMadoc, Arizona, Church, Minimalist, Mission San Xavier del Bac, Misson, Old Mission, Spanish Mission, Tucson, USA, United States 2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-6796-Edit  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, England, Minimalist, Oxford, Oxford University, Rays, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford 2005-10-26 01925 WTA 5DM1  Caterbury Cathederal Panorama - original is 7582 x 4121 : ApMadoc, Canterbury, Canterbury Cathedral, Cathedral, England, Gallery, Kent, United Kingdom
2006-03-04 09586 WTA 5DM1 : Abbey, ApMadoc, Church, England, London, United Kingdom, Westminster, Westminster Abbey WTA IMG - 2012 05 28 - 1135-Edit-2  Saint Francis D'Assisi Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Church, Detroit, Michigan, Monochrome, Saint Francis D'Assisi Church, USA, United States, Wayne County IMG 4387-Edit-bw-2  Westminster Abbey - The Collegiate Church of St Peter at Westminster, popularly known as Westminster Abbey, is a large, mainly Gothic church, in the City of Westminster, London, United Kingdom, located just to the west of the Palace of Westminster. It is the traditional place of coronation and burial site for English, later British and later still (and currently) monarchs of the Commonwealth realms. The abbey is a Royal Peculiar and briefly held the status of a cathedral from 1540 to 1550. : Abbey, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Church, Door, Doors, England, Gallery, London, Monochrome, United Kingdom, Westminster, Westminster Abbey 2016-12-28 100344 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Michigan, Sweetest Heart Catholic Church, USA, United States, Wayne County 2016-12-28 100331 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Michigan, Sweetest Heart Catholic Church, USA, United States, Wayne County
2016-04-16 20731 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, Charleston, Church, Church Steeple, Clock, Saint Michael's Church, South Carolina, USA, United States, Weather Vane 2016-12-28 100271 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Michigan, Sweetest Heart Catholic Church, USA, United States, Wayne County 2016-12-28 100243 WTA 5DM4 HDR : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Michigan, Sweetest Heart Catholic Church, USA, United States, Wayne County 2016-04-15 20349 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Charleston, Church, Church Steeple, Clock, Monochrome, Night Shot, Saint Michael's Church, South Carolina, USA, United States 2016-04-15 20192 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Charleston, Church, Church Steeple, Clock, Monochrome, Night Shot, Saint Michael's Church, South Carolina, USA, United States
2016-04-15 20308 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, Charleston, Church, Columns, First United Prespyterian Church, Night Shot, South Carolina, USA, United States 2016-04-14 20040 WTA 5DSR HDR-Edit  Saint Michaels Church, Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, Charleston, Saint Michael's Church, South Carolina, USA, United States 2016-04-14 19922 WTA 5DSR  Saint Michaels Church, Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Bannister, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Charleston, Monochrome, Saint Michael's Church, South Carolina, Stair Rail, USA, United States 2016-04-14 19916 WTA 5DSR  Saint Michaels Church, Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, Charleston, Church Door, Columns, Door, Doors, Saint Michael's Church, South Carolina, USA, United States 2016-03-07 89118 WTA 5DSR HDR  ST. LEO ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH ST. CHARLES LWANGA PARISH 4860 15th Street Detroit, Michigan 48208  The Roman Catholic population of Detroit grew rapidly after 1880 as many immigrants arrived from Europe. They all came from around the United States and Canada to take jobs in Detroit’s emerging manufacturing industries. By the late 1880s, there were about 200 Catholic families living along or near Grand River on Detroit’s West Side. In August, 1889 Bishop John Foley established St. Leo Church, named in honor of Pope Leo XIII. An elementary school opened the following year, then a high school in 1892. The parish quickly outgrew the original structure and the current church was completed in 1908.    The founding pastor, Fr. Matthew Meathe wanted a church with unobstructed interior views. He did not want large pillars in the nave. One of the parish members was Detroit architect Harry J. Rill who accepted the challenge to design a large church without interior pillars. The church Rill designed is basically in the Italian Renaissance style featuring exterior Greek pillars with Corinthian capitals.  In the interior, an inscription above the main doorway quotes Luke 19:46 — "My house is a house of prayer.” A large crucifix stands in the north transept. The Blessed Mother stands at the side altar. A statue of Pope Leo the Great stands in the south transept.  St. Leo was the home parish of Detroit Auxiliary Bishop Thomas Gumbleton, known for promoting pacifist and progressive Catholic causes.  The parish continues to face possible closure in recent years but has been spared largely because of their community outreach. St. Leo has an active soup kitchen that serves much of the surrounding area.  On June 19, 2013, Archbishop Allen Vigneron issued a decree merging St. Cecilia and St. Leo Parishes and, in so doing, created a new territorial parish called St. Charles Lwanga Parish. This unique concept combines two parishes into one entity, while both remain operational in order to maintain and continue to offer the service programs needed by both parishes. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, St. Leo Roman Catholic Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States, United States of America
2016-03-07 89130 WTA 5DSR HDR  ST. LEO ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH ST. CHARLES LWANGA PARISH 4860 15th Street Detroit, Michigan 48208  The Roman Catholic population of Detroit grew rapidly after 1880 as many immigrants arrived from Europe. They all came from around the United States and Canada to take jobs in Detroit’s emerging manufacturing industries. By the late 1880s, there were about 200 Catholic families living along or near Grand River on Detroit’s West Side. In August, 1889 Bishop John Foley established St. Leo Church, named in honor of Pope Leo XIII. An elementary school opened the following year, then a high school in 1892. The parish quickly outgrew the original structure and the current church was completed in 1908.    The founding pastor, Fr. Matthew Meathe wanted a church with unobstructed interior views. He did not want large pillars in the nave. One of the parish members was Detroit architect Harry J. Rill who accepted the challenge to design a large church without interior pillars. The church Rill designed is basically in the Italian Renaissance style featuring exterior Greek pillars with Corinthian capitals.  In the interior, an inscription above the main doorway quotes Luke 19:46 — "My house is a house of prayer.” A large crucifix stands in the north transept. The Blessed Mother stands at the side altar. A statue of Pope Leo the Great stands in the south transept.  St. Leo was the home parish of Detroit Auxiliary Bishop Thomas Gumbleton, known for promoting pacifist and progressive Catholic causes.  The parish continues to face possible closure in recent years but has been spared largely because of their community outreach. St. Leo has an active soup kitchen that serves much of the surrounding area.  On June 19, 2013, Archbishop Allen Vigneron issued a decree merging St. Cecilia and St. Leo Parishes and, in so doing, created a new territorial parish called St. Charles Lwanga Parish. This unique concept combines two parishes into one entity, while both remain operational in order to maintain and continue to offer the service programs needed by both parishes. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, St. Leo Roman Catholic Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-03-07 89036 WTA 5DSR HDR  ST. LEO ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH ST. CHARLES LWANGA PARISH 4860 15th Street Detroit, Michigan 48208  The Roman Catholic population of Detroit grew rapidly after 1880 as many immigrants arrived from Europe. They all came from around the United States and Canada to take jobs in Detroit’s emerging manufacturing industries. By the late 1880s, there were about 200 Catholic families living along or near Grand River on Detroit’s West Side. In August, 1889 Bishop John Foley established St. Leo Church, named in honor of Pope Leo XIII. An elementary school opened the following year, then a high school in 1892. The parish quickly outgrew the original structure and the current church was completed in 1908.    The founding pastor, Fr. Matthew Meathe wanted a church with unobstructed interior views. He did not want large pillars in the nave. One of the parish members was Detroit architect Harry J. Rill who accepted the challenge to design a large church without interior pillars. The church Rill designed is basically in the Italian Renaissance style featuring exterior Greek pillars with Corinthian capitals.  In the interior, an inscription above the main doorway quotes Luke 19:46 — "My house is a house of prayer.” A large crucifix stands in the north transept. The Blessed Mother stands at the side altar. A statue of Pope Leo the Great stands in the south transept.  St. Leo was the home parish of Detroit Auxiliary Bishop Thomas Gumbleton, known for promoting pacifist and progressive Catholic causes.  The parish continues to face possible closure in recent years but has been spared largely because of their community outreach. St. Leo has an active soup kitchen that serves much of the surrounding area.  On June 19, 2013, Archbishop Allen Vigneron issued a decree merging St. Cecilia and St. Leo Parishes and, in so doing, created a new territorial parish called St. Charles Lwanga Parish. This unique concept combines two parishes into one entity, while both remain operational in order to maintain and continue to offer the service programs needed by both parishes. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, St. Leo Roman Catholic Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-03-07 89052 WTA 5DSR HDR  ST. LEO ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH ST. CHARLES LWANGA PARISH 4860 15th Street Detroit, Michigan 48208  The Roman Catholic population of Detroit grew rapidly after 1880 as many immigrants arrived from Europe. They all came from around the United States and Canada to take jobs in Detroit’s emerging manufacturing industries. By the late 1880s, there were about 200 Catholic families living along or near Grand River on Detroit’s West Side. In August, 1889 Bishop John Foley established St. Leo Church, named in honor of Pope Leo XIII. An elementary school opened the following year, then a high school in 1892. The parish quickly outgrew the original structure and the current church was completed in 1908.    The founding pastor, Fr. Matthew Meathe wanted a church with unobstructed interior views. He did not want large pillars in the nave. One of the parish members was Detroit architect Harry J. Rill who accepted the challenge to design a large church without interior pillars. The church Rill designed is basically in the Italian Renaissance style featuring exterior Greek pillars with Corinthian capitals.  In the interior, an inscription above the main doorway quotes Luke 19:46 — "My house is a house of prayer.” A large crucifix stands in the north transept. The Blessed Mother stands at the side altar. A statue of Pope Leo the Great stands in the south transept.  St. Leo was the home parish of Detroit Auxiliary Bishop Thomas Gumbleton, known for promoting pacifist and progressive Catholic causes.  The parish continues to face possible closure in recent years but has been spared largely because of their community outreach. St. Leo has an active soup kitchen that serves much of the surrounding area.  On June 19, 2013, Archbishop Allen Vigneron issued a decree merging St. Cecilia and St. Leo Parishes and, in so doing, created a new territorial parish called St. Charles Lwanga Parish. This unique concept combines two parishes into one entity, while both remain operational in order to maintain and continue to offer the service programs needed by both parishes. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, St. Leo Roman Catholic Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-03-07 88929 WTA 5DSR  Christ the King Church : ApMadoc, Christ the King Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, Stained Glass, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-03-07 88991 WTA 5DSR HDR  ST. LEO ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH ST. CHARLES LWANGA PARISH 4860 15th Street Detroit, Michigan 48208  The Roman Catholic population of Detroit grew rapidly after 1880 as many immigrants arrived from Europe. They all came from around the United States and Canada to take jobs in Detroit’s emerging manufacturing industries. By the late 1880s, there were about 200 Catholic families living along or near Grand River on Detroit’s West Side. In August, 1889 Bishop John Foley established St. Leo Church, named in honor of Pope Leo XIII. An elementary school opened the following year, then a high school in 1892. The parish quickly outgrew the original structure and the current church was completed in 1908.    The founding pastor, Fr. Matthew Meathe wanted a church with unobstructed interior views. He did not want large pillars in the nave. One of the parish members was Detroit architect Harry J. Rill who accepted the challenge to design a large church without interior pillars. The church Rill designed is basically in the Italian Renaissance style featuring exterior Greek pillars with Corinthian capitals.  In the interior, an inscription above the main doorway quotes Luke 19:46 — "My house is a house of prayer.” A large crucifix stands in the north transept. The Blessed Mother stands at the side altar. A statue of Pope Leo the Great stands in the south transept.  St. Leo was the home parish of Detroit Auxiliary Bishop Thomas Gumbleton, known for promoting pacifist and progressive Catholic causes.  The parish continues to face possible closure in recent years but has been spared largely because of their community outreach. St. Leo has an active soup kitchen that serves much of the surrounding area.  On June 19, 2013, Archbishop Allen Vigneron issued a decree merging St. Cecilia and St. Leo Parishes and, in so doing, created a new territorial parish called St. Charles Lwanga Parish. This unique concept combines two parishes into one entity, while both remain operational in order to maintain and continue to offer the service programs needed by both parishes. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, St. Leo Roman Catholic Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States, United States of America
2016-03-07 88901 WTA 5DSR HDR  Christ the King Church, Detroit : ApMadoc, Christ the King Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, Stained Glass, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-03-07 88831 WTA 5DSR HDR  ST. MOSES THE BLACK PARISH 1125 Oakman Blvd. Detroit, MI 48238   In early 2012 The Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament (1905), Church of the Madonna (1924), St. Benedict (1915), and St. Gregory the Great (1923) were “clustered.” On June 1, 2013 these clustered parishes merged into two worship sites:  The Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament and Catholic Church of Saint Moses the Black on the site of the former Church of the Madonna. The other two sites are available for weddings and other private events but do not hold weekly Mass. On May 14, 2014, Archbishop Allen Vigneron added Our Lady of the Rosary Parish to the cluster with Blessed Sacrament Cathedral and St. Moses the Black Parish. Msgr. Michael LeFevre is the current pastor in addition to his roles as Vicar for the Genesis Vicariate, administrator of Our Lady of the Rosary, and rector of Blessed Sacrament Cathedral.   Church of the Madonna was established in 1924. The church is fairly small with a capacity of about 200. Icons of the apostles line the edges of the ceiling with Icons of the evangelists in the center of the ceiling. A baptismal font is located in the vestibule along with an icon of the parish's patron. The tabernacle is located at the edge of the sanctuary, near the sacristy. The sanctuary features a window depicting Pentecost and a crucifix hanging behind the altar. The fifteen by ten-foot sculptured glass window, based on the theme, “Candlepeople,” was envisioned by the late Father William T. Cunningham and designed by a local artist, Margaret Cavanaugh. An addition was built in front of the church at a later, unknown date.  In March, 1968 in the basement of the Catholic Church of Madonna, Focus: HOPE was established by co-founders Father William T. Cunningham, Father Jerome Fraser and Eleanor Josaitis to provide the needy with career training and food assistance. It eventually grew to encompass a 40-acre campus along Oakman Boulevard in Detroit. Despite its origins, however, Focus: HOPE has no affiliation with the Catholic Church.  Fr. Cunningham passed away in 1997 and Josaitis maintained leadership until her death in 2011.  Saint Moses the Black (330–405), was an ascetic monk and priest in Egypt in the fourth century AD. A modern interpretation honors Saint Moses the Black as an apostle of non-violence. He became the spiritual leader of a colony of hermits in the Western Desert. Later, he was ordained a priest. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, St. Moses the Black Parish, Stained Glass, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-03-07 88759 WTA 5DSR HDR  ST. JOHN’S CHRISTIAN METHODIST  EPISCOPAL CHURCH 8715 Woodward Avenue Detroit, MI  48202  In 1917, the Reverend O. L. Mitchell established the first Colored Methodist Episcopal (CME) mission in Detroit. He selected the name St. John in honor of the Apostle who is credited with successfully establishing Christian churches throughout Asia Minor. The first CME church in Detroit was a brick church located near the intersection of DuBois and Catherine that had been erected in 1883 for the First German Evangelical Association Church. By 1920, a larger facility was needed, so the CME congregation purchased the former home of St. Mark’s English Evangelical Lutheran Church, also located near the intersection of Dubois and Catherine. The congregation used that facility until 1955 when they purchased the North Woodward Avenue Congregational building. With the move to the new location on June 5, 1955, St. John C.M.E. became the first Black congregation to be established in the “Piety Hill” section of Woodward.  The North Woodward Congregational Church was built in stages in the Neo Gothic style. A small chapel, designed by the firm of Malcomson and Higginbotham, was constructed early in 1907. The main sanctuary, designed by architect Hugh Barret Clement, was dedicated on February 5, 1911. On March 20, 1929, a permit was issued to architect A. R. Morison for the most recent addition, the church house. The three connected structures are built of red brick with limestone trim and a grey slate roof.  Unlike many Gothic churches, it is a low-rise building lacking a bell tower. The projecting front gable wall containing a large Gothic-arched glass window dominates the Woodward Avenue facade.   The interior of the church is basilican in plan with a high central nave and lower side aisles. Large stained glass clerestory (upper) windows light the space which is finished in plaster with Gothic moldings. The organ is on the south side of the sanctuary facing the congregation, hidden behind a pierced wooden screen. The baptistery, a recess in the transept wall to the right of the chancel, is lined in mosaic tiles by Pewabic Pottery and surmounted by a Pewabic tile floor and beamed ceiling.    The official denominational name was changed to “Christian” in 1954. As the first C.M.E. church established in Michigan, it remains one of the largest and most well-known Christian Methodist congregations in the state. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, St. John's Christian Methodist Episcopal Churh, Stained Glass, USA, United States, United States of America, Wayne County 2016-03-07 88773 WTA 5DSR HDR  ST. JOHN’S CHRISTIAN METHODIST  EPISCOPAL CHURCH 8715 Woodward Avenue Detroit, MI  48202  In 1917, the Reverend O. L. Mitchell established the first Colored Methodist Episcopal (CME) mission in Detroit. He selected the name St. John in honor of the Apostle who is credited with successfully establishing Christian churches throughout Asia Minor. The first CME church in Detroit was a brick church located near the intersection of DuBois and Catherine that had been erected in 1883 for the First German Evangelical Association Church. By 1920, a larger facility was needed, so the CME congregation purchased the former home of St. Mark’s English Evangelical Lutheran Church, also located near the intersection of Dubois and Catherine. The congregation used that facility until 1955 when they purchased the North Woodward Avenue Congregational building. With the move to the new location on June 5, 1955, St. John C.M.E. became the first Black congregation to be established in the “Piety Hill” section of Woodward.  The North Woodward Congregational Church was built in stages in the Neo Gothic style. A small chapel, designed by the firm of Malcomson and Higginbotham, was constructed early in 1907. The main sanctuary, designed by architect Hugh Barret Clement, was dedicated on February 5, 1911. On March 20, 1929, a permit was issued to architect A. R. Morison for the most recent addition, the church house. The three connected structures are built of red brick with limestone trim and a grey slate roof.  Unlike many Gothic churches, it is a low-rise building lacking a bell tower. The projecting front gable wall containing a large Gothic-arched glass window dominates the Woodward Avenue facade.   The interior of the church is basilican in plan with a high central nave and lower side aisles. Large stained glass clerestory (upper) windows light the space which is finished in plaster with Gothic moldings. The organ is on the south side of the sanctuary facing the congregation, hidden behind a pierced wooden screen. The baptistery, a recess in the transept wall to the right of the chancel, is lined in mosaic tiles by Pewabic Pottery and surmounted by a Pewabic tile floor and beamed ceiling.    The official denominational name was changed to “Christian” in 1954. As the first C.M.E. church established in Michigan, it remains one of the largest and most well-known Christian Methodist congregations in the state. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, St. John's Christian Methodist Episcopal Churh, USA, United States, United States of America, Wayne County 2016-03-07 88641 WTA 5DSR HDR  ST. JOHN’S CHRISTIAN METHODIST  EPISCOPAL CHURCH 8715 Woodward Avenue Detroit, MI  48202  In 1917, the Reverend O. L. Mitchell established the first Colored Methodist Episcopal (CME) mission in Detroit. He selected the name St. John in honor of the Apostle who is credited with successfully establishing Christian churches throughout Asia Minor. The first CME church in Detroit was a brick church located near the intersection of DuBois and Catherine that had been erected in 1883 for the First German Evangelical Association Church. By 1920, a larger facility was needed, so the CME congregation purchased the former home of St. Mark’s English Evangelical Lutheran Church, also located near the intersection of Dubois and Catherine. The congregation used that facility until 1955 when they purchased the North Woodward Avenue Congregational building. With the move to the new location on June 5, 1955, St. John C.M.E. became the first Black congregation to be established in the “Piety Hill” section of Woodward.  The North Woodward Congregational Church was built in stages in the Neo Gothic style. A small chapel, designed by the firm of Malcomson and Higginbotham, was constructed early in 1907. The main sanctuary, designed by architect Hugh Barret Clement, was dedicated on February 5, 1911. On March 20, 1929, a permit was issued to architect A. R. Morison for the most recent addition, the church house. The three connected structures are built of red brick with limestone trim and a grey slate roof.  Unlike many Gothic churches, it is a low-rise building lacking a bell tower. The projecting front gable wall containing a large Gothic-arched glass window dominates the Woodward Avenue facade.   The interior of the church is basilican in plan with a high central nave and lower side aisles. Large stained glass clerestory (upper) windows light the space which is finished in plaster with Gothic moldings. The organ is on the south side of the sanctuary facing the congregation, hidden behind a pierced wooden screen. The baptistery, a recess in the transept wall to the right of the chancel, is lined in mosaic tiles by Pewabic Pottery and surmounted by a Pewabic tile floor and beamed ceiling.    The official denominational name was changed to “Christian” in 1954. As the first C.M.E. church established in Michigan, it remains one of the largest and most well-known Christian Methodist congregations in the state. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, St. John's Christian Methodist Episcopal Churh, USA, United States, United States of America, Wayne County
2016-03-07 88693 WTA 5DSR HDR  ST. JOHN’S CHRISTIAN METHODIST  EPISCOPAL CHURCH 8715 Woodward Avenue Detroit, MI  48202  In 1917, the Reverend O. L. Mitchell established the first Colored Methodist Episcopal (CME) mission in Detroit. He selected the name St. John in honor of the Apostle who is credited with successfully establishing Christian churches throughout Asia Minor. The first CME church in Detroit was a brick church located near the intersection of DuBois and Catherine that had been erected in 1883 for the First German Evangelical Association Church. By 1920, a larger facility was needed, so the CME congregation purchased the former home of St. Mark’s English Evangelical Lutheran Church, also located near the intersection of Dubois and Catherine. The congregation used that facility until 1955 when they purchased the North Woodward Avenue Congregational building. With the move to the new location on June 5, 1955, St. John C.M.E. became the first Black congregation to be established in the “Piety Hill” section of Woodward.  The North Woodward Congregational Church was built in stages in the Neo Gothic style. A small chapel, designed by the firm of Malcomson and Higginbotham, was constructed early in 1907. The main sanctuary, designed by architect Hugh Barret Clement, was dedicated on February 5, 1911. On March 20, 1929, a permit was issued to architect A. R. Morison for the most recent addition, the church house. The three connected structures are built of red brick with limestone trim and a grey slate roof.  Unlike many Gothic churches, it is a low-rise building lacking a bell tower. The projecting front gable wall containing a large Gothic-arched glass window dominates the Woodward Avenue facade.   The interior of the church is basilican in plan with a high central nave and lower side aisles. Large stained glass clerestory (upper) windows light the space which is finished in plaster with Gothic moldings. The organ is on the south side of the sanctuary facing the congregation, hidden behind a pierced wooden screen. The baptistery, a recess in the transept wall to the right of the chancel, is lined in mosaic tiles by Pewabic Pottery and surmounted by a Pewabic tile floor and beamed ceiling.    The official denominational name was changed to “Christian” in 1954. As the first C.M.E. church established in Michigan, it remains one of the largest and most well-known Christian Methodist congregations in the state. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, St. John's Christian Methodist Episcopal Churh, Stained Glass, USA, United States, United States of America, Wayne County 2016-03-07 88523 WTA 5DSR HDR  ST. JOHN’S CHRISTIAN METHODIST  EPISCOPAL CHURCH 8715 Woodward Avenue Detroit, MI  48202  In 1917, the Reverend O. L. Mitchell established the first Colored Methodist Episcopal (CME) mission in Detroit. He selected the name St. John in honor of the Apostle who is credited with successfully establishing Christian churches throughout Asia Minor. The first CME church in Detroit was a brick church located near the intersection of DuBois and Catherine that had been erected in 1883 for the First German Evangelical Association Church. By 1920, a larger facility was needed, so the CME congregation purchased the former home of St. Mark’s English Evangelical Lutheran Church, also located near the intersection of Dubois and Catherine. The congregation used that facility until 1955 when they purchased the North Woodward Avenue Congregational building. With the move to the new location on June 5, 1955, St. John C.M.E. became the first Black congregation to be established in the “Piety Hill” section of Woodward.  The North Woodward Congregational Church was built in stages in the Neo Gothic style. A small chapel, designed by the firm of Malcomson and Higginbotham, was constructed early in 1907. The main sanctuary, designed by architect Hugh Barret Clement, was dedicated on February 5, 1911. On March 20, 1929, a permit was issued to architect A. R. Morison for the most recent addition, the church house. The three connected structures are built of red brick with limestone trim and a grey slate roof.  Unlike many Gothic churches, it is a low-rise building lacking a bell tower. The projecting front gable wall containing a large Gothic-arched glass window dominates the Woodward Avenue facade.   The interior of the church is basilican in plan with a high central nave and lower side aisles. Large stained glass clerestory (upper) windows light the space which is finished in plaster with Gothic moldings. The organ is on the south side of the sanctuary facing the congregation, hidden behind a pierced wooden screen. The baptistery, a recess in the transept wall to the right of the chancel, is lined in mosaic tiles by Pewabic Pottery and surmounted by a Pewabic tile floor and beamed ceiling.    The official denominational name was changed to “Christian” in 1954. As the first C.M.E. church established in Michigan, it remains one of the largest and most well-known Christian Methodist congregations in the state. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, St. John's Christian Methodist Episcopal Churh, Stained Glass, USA, United States, United States of America, Wayne County 2016-03-07 88652 WTA 5DSR HDR  ST. JOHN’S CHRISTIAN METHODIST  EPISCOPAL CHURCH 8715 Woodward Avenue Detroit, MI  48202  In 1917, the Reverend O. L. Mitchell established the first Colored Methodist Episcopal (CME) mission in Detroit. He selected the name St. John in honor of the Apostle who is credited with successfully establishing Christian churches throughout Asia Minor. The first CME church in Detroit was a brick church located near the intersection of DuBois and Catherine that had been erected in 1883 for the First German Evangelical Association Church. By 1920, a larger facility was needed, so the CME congregation purchased the former home of St. Mark’s English Evangelical Lutheran Church, also located near the intersection of Dubois and Catherine. The congregation used that facility until 1955 when they purchased the North Woodward Avenue Congregational building. With the move to the new location on June 5, 1955, St. John C.M.E. became the first Black congregation to be established in the “Piety Hill” section of Woodward.  The North Woodward Congregational Church was built in stages in the Neo Gothic style. A small chapel, designed by the firm of Malcomson and Higginbotham, was constructed early in 1907. The main sanctuary, designed by architect Hugh Barret Clement, was dedicated on February 5, 1911. On March 20, 1929, a permit was issued to architect A. R. Morison for the most recent addition, the church house. The three connected structures are built of red brick with limestone trim and a grey slate roof.  Unlike many Gothic churches, it is a low-rise building lacking a bell tower. The projecting front gable wall containing a large Gothic-arched glass window dominates the Woodward Avenue facade.   The interior of the church is basilican in plan with a high central nave and lower side aisles. Large stained glass clerestory (upper) windows light the space which is finished in plaster with Gothic moldings. The organ is on the south side of the sanctuary facing the congregation, hidden behind a pierced wooden screen. The baptistery, a recess in the transept wall to the right of the chancel, is lined in mosaic tiles by Pewabic Pottery and surmounted by a Pewabic tile floor and beamed ceiling.    The official denominational name was changed to “Christian” in 1954. As the first C.M.E. church established in Michigan, it remains one of the largest and most well-known Christian Methodist congregations in the state. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, St. John's Christian Methodist Episcopal Churh, Stained Glass, USA, United States, United States of America, Wayne County 2016-03-07 88492 WTA 5DSR HDR  ST. JOHN’S CHRISTIAN METHODIST  EPISCOPAL CHURCH 8715 Woodward Avenue Detroit, MI  48202  In 1917, the Reverend O. L. Mitchell established the first Colored Methodist Episcopal (CME) mission in Detroit. He selected the name St. John in honor of the Apostle who is credited with successfully establishing Christian churches throughout Asia Minor. The first CME church in Detroit was a brick church located near the intersection of DuBois and Catherine that had been erected in 1883 for the First German Evangelical Association Church. By 1920, a larger facility was needed, so the CME congregation purchased the former home of St. Mark’s English Evangelical Lutheran Church, also located near the intersection of Dubois and Catherine. The congregation used that facility until 1955 when they purchased the North Woodward Avenue Congregational building. With the move to the new location on June 5, 1955, St. John C.M.E. became the first Black congregation to be established in the “Piety Hill” section of Woodward.  The North Woodward Congregational Church was built in stages in the Neo Gothic style. A small chapel, designed by the firm of Malcomson and Higginbotham, was constructed early in 1907. The main sanctuary, designed by architect Hugh Barret Clement, was dedicated on February 5, 1911. On March 20, 1929, a permit was issued to architect A. R. Morison for the most recent addition, the church house. The three connected structures are built of red brick with limestone trim and a grey slate roof.  Unlike many Gothic churches, it is a low-rise building lacking a bell tower. The projecting front gable wall containing a large Gothic-arched glass window dominates the Woodward Avenue facade.   The interior of the church is basilican in plan with a high central nave and lower side aisles. Large stained glass clerestory (upper) windows light the space which is finished in plaster with Gothic moldings. The organ is on the south side of the sanctuary facing the congregation, hidden behind a pierced wooden screen. The baptistery, a recess in the transept wall to the right of the chancel, is lined in mosaic tiles by Pewabic Pottery and surmounted by a Pewabic tile floor and beamed ceiling.    The official denominational name was changed to “Christian” in 1954. As the first C.M.E. church established in Michigan, it remains one of the largest and most well-known Christian Methodist congregations in the state. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, St. John's Christian Methodist Episcopal Churh, Stained Glass, USA, United States, United States of America, Wayne County 2016-03-07 88467 WTA 5DSR HDR  ST. JOHN’S CHRISTIAN METHODIST  EPISCOPAL CHURCH 8715 Woodward Avenue Detroit, MI  48202  In 1917, the Reverend O. L. Mitchell established the first Colored Methodist Episcopal (CME) mission in Detroit. He selected the name St. John in honor of the Apostle who is credited with successfully establishing Christian churches throughout Asia Minor. The first CME church in Detroit was a brick church located near the intersection of DuBois and Catherine that had been erected in 1883 for the First German Evangelical Association Church. By 1920, a larger facility was needed, so the CME congregation purchased the former home of St. Mark’s English Evangelical Lutheran Church, also located near the intersection of Dubois and Catherine. The congregation used that facility until 1955 when they purchased the North Woodward Avenue Congregational building. With the move to the new location on June 5, 1955, St. John C.M.E. became the first Black congregation to be established in the “Piety Hill” section of Woodward.  The North Woodward Congregational Church was built in stages in the Neo Gothic style. A small chapel, designed by the firm of Malcomson and Higginbotham, was constructed early in 1907. The main sanctuary, designed by architect Hugh Barret Clement, was dedicated on February 5, 1911. On March 20, 1929, a permit was issued to architect A. R. Morison for the most recent addition, the church house. The three connected structures are built of red brick with limestone trim and a grey slate roof.  Unlike many Gothic churches, it is a low-rise building lacking a bell tower. The projecting front gable wall containing a large Gothic-arched glass window dominates the Woodward Avenue facade.   The interior of the church is basilican in plan with a high central nave and lower side aisles. Large stained glass clerestory (upper) windows light the space which is finished in plaster with Gothic moldings. The organ is on the south side of the sanctuary facing the congregation, hidden behind a pierced wooden screen. The baptistery, a recess in the transept wall to the right of the chancel, is lined in mosaic tiles by Pewabic Pottery and surmounted by a Pewabic tile floor and beamed ceiling.    The official denominational name was changed to “Christian” in 1954. As the first C.M.E. church established in Michigan, it remains one of the largest and most well-known Christian Methodist congregations in the state. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, St. John's Christian Methodist Episcopal Churh, Stained Glass, USA, United States, United States of America, Wayne County
2016-03-07 88451 WTA 5DSR  PEOPLE’S COMMUNITY CHURCH 8601 Woodward  Detroit, MI 48202  In 1954 People’s Community Church was established in a member’s home on Detroit's east side. Later services were held in a small Baptist church on Joy Road near Clairmount. When the membership reached 600 it was necessary to look for a larger building. First Baptist Church was moving to a new location in Southfield and their church was available. The congregation of People's Community Church purchased this building and held their first service on April 7, 1957.  Baptists from New York and New England living in Detroit organized the First Baptist congregation with the Reverend Henry Davis as their minister on October 20, 1827. This congregation was among the first Protestant churches organized in Detroit. The original church was located at Fort and Griswold Streets. The building on Woodward was constructed when members moved out of the downtown area. It became the first Baptist congregation to establish a church on the city’s second “Piety Row.” : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, People’s Community Church, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-03-07 88509 WTA 5DSR HDR  ST. JOHN’S CHRISTIAN METHODIST  EPISCOPAL CHURCH 8715 Woodward Avenue Detroit, MI  48202  In 1917, the Reverend O. L. Mitchell established the first Colored Methodist Episcopal (CME) mission in Detroit. He selected the name St. John in honor of the Apostle who is credited with successfully establishing Christian churches throughout Asia Minor. The first CME church in Detroit was a brick church located near the intersection of DuBois and Catherine that had been erected in 1883 for the First German Evangelical Association Church. By 1920, a larger facility was needed, so the CME congregation purchased the former home of St. Mark’s English Evangelical Lutheran Church, also located near the intersection of Dubois and Catherine. The congregation used that facility until 1955 when they purchased the North Woodward Avenue Congregational building. With the move to the new location on June 5, 1955, St. John C.M.E. became the first Black congregation to be established in the “Piety Hill” section of Woodward.  The North Woodward Congregational Church was built in stages in the Neo Gothic style. A small chapel, designed by the firm of Malcomson and Higginbotham, was constructed early in 1907. The main sanctuary, designed by architect Hugh Barret Clement, was dedicated on February 5, 1911. On March 20, 1929, a permit was issued to architect A. R. Morison for the most recent addition, the church house. The three connected structures are built of red brick with limestone trim and a grey slate roof.  Unlike many Gothic churches, it is a low-rise building lacking a bell tower. The projecting front gable wall containing a large Gothic-arched glass window dominates the Woodward Avenue facade.   The interior of the church is basilican in plan with a high central nave and lower side aisles. Large stained glass clerestory (upper) windows light the space which is finished in plaster with Gothic moldings. The organ is on the south side of the sanctuary facing the congregation, hidden behind a pierced wooden screen. The baptistery, a recess in the transept wall to the right of the chancel, is lined in mosaic tiles by Pewabic Pottery and surmounted by a Pewabic tile floor and beamed ceiling.    The official denominational name was changed to “Christian” in 1954. As the first C.M.E. church established in Michigan, it remains one of the largest and most well-known Christian Methodist congregations in the state. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, St. John's Christian Methodist Episcopal Churh, Stained Glass, USA, United States, United States of America, Wayne County 2016-03-07 88432 WTA 5DSR  PEOPLE’S COMMUNITY CHURCH 8601 Woodward  Detroit, MI 48202  In 1954 People’s Community Church was established in a member’s home on Detroit's east side. Later services were held in a small Baptist church on Joy Road near Clairmount. When the membership reached 600 it was necessary to look for a larger building. First Baptist Church was moving to a new location in Southfield and their church was available. The congregation of People's Community Church purchased this building and held their first service on April 7, 1957.  Baptists from New York and New England living in Detroit organized the First Baptist congregation with the Reverend Henry Davis as their minister on October 20, 1827. This congregation was among the first Protestant churches organized in Detroit. The original church was located at Fort and Griswold Streets. The building on Woodward was constructed when members moved out of the downtown area. It became the first Baptist congregation to establish a church on the city’s second “Piety Row.” : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, People’s Community Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-03-07 88410 WTA 5DSR  PEOPLE’S COMMUNITY CHURCH 8601 Woodward  Detroit, MI 48202  In 1954 People’s Community Church was established in a member’s home on Detroit's east side. Later services were held in a small Baptist church on Joy Road near Clairmount. When the membership reached 600 it was necessary to look for a larger building. First Baptist Church was moving to a new location in Southfield and their church was available. The congregation of People's Community Church purchased this building and held their first service on April 7, 1957.  Baptists from New York and New England living in Detroit organized the First Baptist congregation with the Reverend Henry Davis as their minister on October 20, 1827. This congregation was among the first Protestant churches organized in Detroit. The original church was located at Fort and Griswold Streets. The building on Woodward was constructed when members moved out of the downtown area. It became the first Baptist congregation to establish a church on the city’s second “Piety Row.” : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, People’s Community Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States, United States of America 2016-03-07 88416 WTA 5DSR HDR  PEOPLE’S COMMUNITY CHURCH 8601 Woodward  Detroit, MI 48202  In 1954 People’s Community Church was established in a member’s home on Detroit's east side. Later services were held in a small Baptist church on Joy Road near Clairmount. When the membership reached 600 it was necessary to look for a larger building. First Baptist Church was moving to a new location in Southfield and their church was available. The congregation of People's Community Church purchased this building and held their first service on April 7, 1957.  Baptists from New York and New England living in Detroit organized the First Baptist congregation with the Reverend Henry Davis as their minister on October 20, 1827. This congregation was among the first Protestant churches organized in Detroit. The original church was located at Fort and Griswold Streets. The building on Woodward was constructed when members moved out of the downtown area. It became the first Baptist congregation to establish a church on the city’s second “Piety Row.” : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, People’s Community Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States, United States of America
2015-12-13 84722 WTA 5DSR HDR  Most Holy Redeemer Church, Detroit, Michigan  More info at : http://www.holyredeemer.comcastbiz.net/ : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Most Holy Redeemer Church, USA, United States 2016-03-07 88347 WTA 5DSR HDR 1  PEOPLE’S COMMUNITY CHURCH 8601 Woodward  Detroit, MI 48202  In 1954 People’s Community Church was established in a member’s home on Detroit's east side. Later services were held in a small Baptist church on Joy Road near Clairmount. When the membership reached 600 it was necessary to look for a larger building. First Baptist Church was moving to a new location in Southfield and their church was available. The congregation of People's Community Church purchased this building and held their first service on April 7, 1957.  Baptists from New York and New England living in Detroit organized the First Baptist congregation with the Reverend Henry Davis as their minister on October 20, 1827. This congregation was among the first Protestant churches organized in Detroit. The original church was located at Fort and Griswold Streets. The building on Woodward was constructed when members moved out of the downtown area. It became the first Baptist congregation to establish a church on the city’s second “Piety Row.” : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Historical Society, HIstoric Churches, Historic Houses of Worship, Historical Museum, Historical Society, Michigan, North America, People’s Community Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States, United States of America 2015-12-13 84732 WTA 5DSR HDR  Most Holy Redeemer Church, Detroit, Michigan  More info at : http://www.holyredeemer.comcastbiz.net/ : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Most Holy Redeemer Church, USA, United States 2015-12-13 84696 WTA 5DSR HDR  Most Holy Redeemer Church, Detroit, Michigan  More info at : http://www.holyredeemer.comcastbiz.net/ : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Most Holy Redeemer Church, USA, United States 2015-12-13 84529 WTA 5DSR HDR  Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Church - Detroit, Michigan  More info at : http://www.motherofdivinemercy.org/ : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Roman Catholic Church, Saint Joseph, Saint Joseph Catholic Church, Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Church, St. Joseph, St. Joseph Catholic Church, St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States
2015-12-13 84672 WTA 5DSR HDR  Most Holy Redeemer Church, Detroit, Michigan  More info at : http://www.holyredeemer.comcastbiz.net/ : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Most Holy Redeemer Church, USA, United States 2015-12-13 84683 WTA 5DSR HDR  Most Holy Redeemer Church, Detroit, Michigan  More info at : http://www.holyredeemer.comcastbiz.net/ : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Most Holy Redeemer Church, USA, United States 2015-12-13 84571 WTA 5DSR HDR 1  Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Church - Detroit, Michigan  More info at : http://www.motherofdivinemercy.org/ : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Roman Catholic Church, Saint Joseph, Saint Joseph Catholic Church, Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Church, St. Joseph, St. Joseph Catholic Church, St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States 2015-12-13 84627 WTA 5DSR HDR  Most Holy Redeemer Church, Detroit, Michigan  More info at : http://www.holyredeemer.comcastbiz.net/ : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Most Holy Redeemer Church, USA, United States 2015-12-13 84543 WTA 5DSR HDR  Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Church - Detroit, Michigan  More info at : http://www.motherofdivinemercy.org/ : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Roman Catholic Church, Saint Joseph, Saint Joseph Catholic Church, Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Church, St. Joseph, St. Joseph Catholic Church, St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States
2015-12-13 84494 WTA 5DSR HDR  Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Church - Detroit, Michigan  More info at : http://www.motherofdivinemercy.org/ : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Roman Catholic Church, Saint Joseph, Saint Joseph Catholic Church, Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Church, St. Joseph, St. Joseph Catholic Church, St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States 2015-12-13 84466 WTA 5DSR HDR  Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Church - Detroit, Michigan  More info at : http://www.motherofdivinemercy.org/ : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Roman Catholic Church, Saint Joseph, Saint Joseph Catholic Church, Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Church, St. Joseph, St. Joseph Catholic Church, St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States 2015-12-13 84440 WTA 5DSR HDR  Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Church - Detroit, Michigan  More info at : http://www.motherofdivinemercy.org/ : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Roman Catholic Church, Saint Joseph, Saint Joseph Catholic Church, Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Church, St. Joseph, St. Joseph Catholic Church, St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States 2015-12-13 84426 WTA 5DSR HDR 1  Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Church - Detroit, Michigan  More info at : http://www.motherofdivinemercy.org/ : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Roman Catholic Church, Saint Joseph, Saint Joseph Catholic Church, Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Church, St. Joseph, St. Joseph Catholic Church, St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States 2015-06-19 74036 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Fort Street Presbyterian Church is located at 631 West Fort Street in Detroit, Michigan. It was constructed in 1855, and completely rebuilt in 1876. The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1971. Its steeple stands 265 ft (81 m), making it one of the tallest churches in the United States. : ApMadoc, Churches, Detroit, Fort Street Presbyterian Church, HIstoric Churches, Historic, Michigan, Presbyterian Church, USA, United States
2015-06-19 73983 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Fort Street Presbyterian Church is located at 631 West Fort Street in Detroit, Michigan. It was constructed in 1855, and completely rebuilt in 1876. The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1971. Its steeple stands 265 ft (81 m), making it one of the tallest churches in the United States. : ApMadoc, Churches, Detroit, Fort Street Presbyterian Church, HIstoric Churches, Historic, Michigan, Presbyterian Church, USA, United States 2015-06-19 73811 WTA 5DM3-HDR  St. Aloysius Catholic Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Churches, Detroit, HIstoric Churches, Historic, Michigan, St. Aloysius Catholic Church, USA, United States 2015-06-19 73939 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Fort Street Presbyterian Church is located at 631 West Fort Street in Detroit, Michigan. It was constructed in 1855, and completely rebuilt in 1876. The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1971. Its steeple stands 265 ft (81 m), making it one of the tallest churches in the United States. : ApMadoc, Churches, Detroit, Fort Street Presbyterian Church, HIstoric Churches, Historic, Michigan, Presbyterian Church, USA, United States 2015-06-19 73909 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Fort Street Presbyterian Church is located at 631 West Fort Street in Detroit, Michigan. It was constructed in 1855, and completely rebuilt in 1876. The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1971. Its steeple stands 265 ft (81 m), making it one of the tallest churches in the United States. : ApMadoc, Churches, Detroit, Fort Street Presbyterian Church, HIstoric Churches, Historic, Michigan, Presbyterian Church, USA, United States 2015-06-19 73825 WTA 5DM3 HDR  St. Aloysius Catholic Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Churches, Detroit, HIstoric Churches, Historic, Michigan, St. Aloysius Catholic Church, USA, United States
2015-05-04 74405 WTA 5DM3-HDR  Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church, Michigan, Presbyterian Church, USA, Worship 2015-05-04 74437 WTA 5DM3  Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church, Michigan, Presbyterian Church, USA, Worship 2015-05-04 74376 WTA 5DM3-HDR  Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church, Michigan, Presbyterian Church, USA, Worship 2015-05-04 74383 WTA 5DM3 HDR 1  Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church, Michigan, Presbyterian Church, USA, Worship 2015-05-04 74228 WTA 5DM3  Good Shepherd Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Good Shepherd Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, Worship
2015-05-04 74256 WTA 5DM3  Good Shepherd Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Good Shepherd Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, Worship 2015-05-04 74294 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church, Michigan, Presbyterian Church, USA, Worship 2015-05-04 74197 WTA 5DM3  St. Charles Borromeo Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. Charles Borromeo Church, USA, Worship 2015-05-04 74116 WTA 5DM3  St. Charles Borromeo Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. Charles Borromeo Church, Stained Glass, USA, Worship 2015-05-04 74143 WTA 5DM3  St. Charles Borromeo Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. Charles Borromeo Church, USA, Worship
2015-05-04 74072 WTA 5DM3  St. Charles Borromeo Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. Charles Borromeo Church, USA, Worship 2015-05-04 74044 WTA 5DM3  Iroquois Avenue Christ Lutheran Church : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Iroquois Avenue Christ Lutheran Church, Lutheran Church, Michigan, USA, Worship 2015-05-04 73988 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Cathedral of Saint Anthony, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Cathedral of Saint Anthony, Cathedral of St. Anthony, Catholic Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, Worship 2015-05-04 73948 WTA 5DM3  Cathedral of Saint Anthony, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Cathedral of Saint Anthony, Cathedral of St. Anthony, Catholic Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, Worship 2015-05-04 73965 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Cathedral of Saint Anthony, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Cathedral of Saint Anthony, Cathedral of St. Anthony, Catholic Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, Worship
2015-05-04 73911 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Cathedral of Saint Anthony, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Cathedral of Saint Anthony, Cathedral of St. Anthony, Catholic Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, Worship 2015-05-04 73933 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Cathedral of Saint Anthony, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Cathedral of Saint Anthony, Cathedral of St. Anthony, Catholic Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, Worship 2015-04-13 72933 WTA 5DM3  The Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament is a decorated Gothic Revival style Roman Catholic cathedral church in the United States. It is the seat of the archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Detroit. The metropolitan archdiocese for the Roman Catholic Ecclesiastical Province of Detroit includes all dioceses in the state of Michigan; in addition, in 2000 the archdiocese accepted pastoral responsibility for the Roman Catholic Church in the Cayman Islands, which consists of Saint Ignatius Parish[3] on Grand Cayman (the Archdiocese of Kingston maintains a mission sui iuris jurisdiction over the Cayman Islands). The cathedral is located at 9844 Woodward Avenue in Detroit, Michigan, adjacent to Detroit's Boston-Edison Historic District. The cathedral was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982 : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament, Catholic, Catholic Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, Worship 2015-04-13 72903 WTA 5DM3-2-2  The Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament is a decorated Gothic Revival style Roman Catholic cathedral church in the United States. It is the seat of the archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Detroit. The metropolitan archdiocese for the Roman Catholic Ecclesiastical Province of Detroit includes all dioceses in the state of Michigan; in addition, in 2000 the archdiocese accepted pastoral responsibility for the Roman Catholic Church in the Cayman Islands, which consists of Saint Ignatius Parish[3] on Grand Cayman (the Archdiocese of Kingston maintains a mission sui iuris jurisdiction over the Cayman Islands). The cathedral is located at 9844 Woodward Avenue in Detroit, Michigan, adjacent to Detroit's Boston-Edison Historic District. The cathedral was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982 : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament, Catholic, Catholic Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, Worship 2015-04-13 72938 WTA 5DM3-Edit-2  Historic Little Rock Missionary Baptist Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Baptist Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Historic Little Rock Missionary Baptist Church, Jim Holley, Little Rock Baptist Church, Little Rock Misionary Baptist Church, Michigan, Reverend Jim Holley, USA, Worship
2015-04-13 72908 WTA 5DM3  The Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament is a decorated Gothic Revival style Roman Catholic cathedral church in the United States. It is the seat of the archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Detroit. The metropolitan archdiocese for the Roman Catholic Ecclesiastical Province of Detroit includes all dioceses in the state of Michigan; in addition, in 2000 the archdiocese accepted pastoral responsibility for the Roman Catholic Church in the Cayman Islands, which consists of Saint Ignatius Parish[3] on Grand Cayman (the Archdiocese of Kingston maintains a mission sui iuris jurisdiction over the Cayman Islands). The cathedral is located at 9844 Woodward Avenue in Detroit, Michigan, adjacent to Detroit's Boston-Edison Historic District. The cathedral was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982 : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament, Catholic, Catholic Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, Worship 2015-04-13 72903 WTA 5DM3-3  The Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament is a decorated Gothic Revival style Roman Catholic cathedral church in the United States. It is the seat of the archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Detroit. The metropolitan archdiocese for the Roman Catholic Ecclesiastical Province of Detroit includes all dioceses in the state of Michigan; in addition, in 2000 the archdiocese accepted pastoral responsibility for the Roman Catholic Church in the Cayman Islands, which consists of Saint Ignatius Parish[3] on Grand Cayman (the Archdiocese of Kingston maintains a mission sui iuris jurisdiction over the Cayman Islands). The cathedral is located at 9844 Woodward Avenue in Detroit, Michigan, adjacent to Detroit's Boston-Edison Historic District. The cathedral was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982 : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament, Catholic, Catholic Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, Worship 2015-04-13 72854 WTA 5DM3  Our Lady Queen of Apostles Church, Hamtramck, Michigan : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Hamtramck, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Our Lady Queen of Apostles Church, USA, Worship 2015-04-13 72849 WTA 5DM3  Our Lady Queen of Apostles Church, Hamtramck, Michigan : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Hamtramck, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Our Lady Queen of Apostles Church, USA, Worship 2015-04-13 72863 WTA 5DM3  Our Lady Queen of Apostles Church, Hamtramck, Michigan : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Hamtramck, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Our Lady Queen of Apostles Church, USA, Worship
2015-04-13 72825 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Our Lady Queen of Apostles Church, Hamtramck, Michigan : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Hamtramck, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Our Lady Queen of Apostles Church, USA, Worship 2015-04-13 72814 WTA 5DM3  St. Lazarus Serbian Orthodox Cathedral, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Church, Detroit, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Serbian Orthodox, St. Lazarus, St. Lazarus Serbian Orthodox Cathedral, USA, Worship 2015-03-20 72186 WTA 5DM3 HDR : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, First United Methodist Church, Mansfield, Methodist, Methodist Church, Ohio, Stained Glass, USA 2015-03-20 72164 WTA 5DM3 HDR : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, First United Methodist Church, Mansfield, Methodist, Methodist Church, Ohio, Stained Glass, USA 2015-03-20 72136 WTA 5DM3 HDR : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, First United Methodist Church, Mansfield, Methodist, Methodist Church, Ohio, Stained Glass, USA
2015-03-20 72092 WTA 5DM3 HDR : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, First United Methodist Church, Mansfield, Methodist, Methodist Church, Ohio, Stained Glass, USA 2015-03-20 72057 WTA 5DM3 HDR : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, First United Methodist Church, Mansfield, Methodist, Methodist Church, Ohio, Stained Glass, USA 2015-03-02 69341 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Ste. Anne de Détroit (Sainte-Anne-de-Détroit), founded July 26, 1701, is the second oldest continuously operating Roman Catholic parish in the United States, established when the area was part of the French colony. The current Gothic Revival cathedral styled church, built in 1886, is located at 1000 Ste. Anne Street in Detroit, Michigan, in the Richard-Hubbard neighborhood,near the Ambassador Bridge, and the Michigan Central Station. Historically, the parish community has occupied eight different buildings. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.  The main entry to the Church faces a grand tree-lined, brick paved plaza. The present parish is largely Hispanic in population : ApMadoc, College, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Saint Annes Church 2015-03-02 69202 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Ste. Anne de Détroit (Sainte-Anne-de-Détroit), founded July 26, 1701, is the second oldest continuously operating Roman Catholic parish in the United States, established when the area was part of the French colony. The current Gothic Revival cathedral styled church, built in 1886, is located at 1000 Ste. Anne Street in Detroit, Michigan, in the Richard-Hubbard neighborhood,near the Ambassador Bridge, and the Michigan Central Station. Historically, the parish community has occupied eight different buildings. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.  The main entry to the Church faces a grand tree-lined, brick paved plaza. The present parish is largely Hispanic in population : ApMadoc, College, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Saint Annes Church 2015-03-20 72003 WTA 5DM3 HDR 1 : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, First United Methodist Church, Mansfield, Methodist, Methodist Church, Ohio, Stained Glass, USA
2015-03-02 69108 WTA 5DM3 HDR 1  Ste. Anne de Détroit (Sainte-Anne-de-Détroit), founded July 26, 1701, is the second oldest continuously operating Roman Catholic parish in the United States, established when the area was part of the French colony. The current Gothic Revival cathedral styled church, built in 1886, is located at 1000 Ste. Anne Street in Detroit, Michigan, in the Richard-Hubbard neighborhood,near the Ambassador Bridge, and the Michigan Central Station. Historically, the parish community has occupied eight different buildings. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.  The main entry to the Church faces a grand tree-lined, brick paved plaza. The present parish is largely Hispanic in population : ApMadoc, College, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Saint Annes Church 2015-03-02 69019 WTA 5DM3  Trinity St. Marks Church : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Saint Mark's United Church of Christ, Stained Glass, Trinity St. Mark's United Church of Christ 2015-03-02 68982 WTA 5DM3  Trinity St. Marks Church : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Saint Mark's United Church of Christ, Stained Glass, Trinity St. Mark's United Church of Christ 2015-03-02 68991 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Trinity St. Marks Church : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Saint Mark's United Church of Christ, Stained Glass, Trinity St. Mark's United Church of Christ 2015-03-02 68893 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The parish of St. John's was organized in Detroit in 1858, primarily due to the efforts of Henry Porter Baldwin, a successful merchant who later became governor of Michigan and a United States senator. Porter purchased and donated the property, which was then on the northern outskirts of Detroit's city limits at the corner of Woodward and High Street (now Interstate 75). He also donated the money to build a rectory and a 150-seat chapel, designed by Albert Jordan, who became a noted church architect in Detroit, and James Anderson.  When the chapel was dedicated in 1859, it was already too small for the burgeoning congregation. A new church was commissioned from Jordan and Anderson and quickly constructed; it was consecrated on December 10, 1861. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Episcopal Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. John's Episcopal Church
2015-03-02 68871 WTA 5DM3-HDR  The parish of St. John's was organized in Detroit in 1858, primarily due to the efforts of Henry Porter Baldwin, a successful merchant who later became governor of Michigan and a United States senator. Porter purchased and donated the property, which was then on the northern outskirts of Detroit's city limits at the corner of Woodward and High Street (now Interstate 75). He also donated the money to build a rectory and a 150-seat chapel, designed by Albert Jordan, who became a noted church architect in Detroit, and James Anderson.  When the chapel was dedicated in 1859, it was already too small for the burgeoning congregation. A new church was commissioned from Jordan and Anderson and quickly constructed; it was consecrated on December 10, 1861. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Episcopal Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. John's Episcopal Church 2015-03-02 68880 WTA 5DM3-Edit  The parish of St. John's was organized in Detroit in 1858, primarily due to the efforts of Henry Porter Baldwin, a successful merchant who later became governor of Michigan and a United States senator. Porter purchased and donated the property, which was then on the northern outskirts of Detroit's city limits at the corner of Woodward and High Street (now Interstate 75). He also donated the money to build a rectory and a 150-seat chapel, designed by Albert Jordan, who became a noted church architect in Detroit, and James Anderson.  When the chapel was dedicated in 1859, it was already too small for the burgeoning congregation. A new church was commissioned from Jordan and Anderson and quickly constructed; it was consecrated on December 10, 1861. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Episcopal Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Rays, St. John's Episcopal Church 2015-03-02 68933 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The parish of St. John's was organized in Detroit in 1858, primarily due to the efforts of Henry Porter Baldwin, a successful merchant who later became governor of Michigan and a United States senator. Porter purchased and donated the property, which was then on the northern outskirts of Detroit's city limits at the corner of Woodward and High Street (now Interstate 75). He also donated the money to build a rectory and a 150-seat chapel, designed by Albert Jordan, who became a noted church architect in Detroit, and James Anderson.  When the chapel was dedicated in 1859, it was already too small for the burgeoning congregation. A new church was commissioned from Jordan and Anderson and quickly constructed; it was consecrated on December 10, 1861. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Episcopal Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. John's Episcopal Church, Stained Glass 2015-03-02 68681 WTA 5DM3  Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church of Detroit was founded on June 4, 1882, by 51 men. Ten were members of the mother congregation, Immanuel, then located at 17thand Pine; forty-one were mostly recent German immigrants from West Prussia, now a part of Poland. The parish is the outgrowth of a branch school organized in 1877 by Immanuel on Wesson, then a part of Springwells Township. In this wooden house turned school, midweek Advent and Lenten services were conducted by Immanuel's Pastor, the Rev. Konrad L. Moll, until Zion was officially organized. Wilhelm Burhop was the first teacher, followed by Johann Von der Au in 1880. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Lutheran Church, Michigan, Organ, Pipe Organ, Stained Glass, Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church of Detroit 2015-03-02 68716 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church of Detroit was founded on June 4, 1882, by 51 men. Ten were members of the mother congregation, Immanuel, then located at 17thand Pine; forty-one were mostly recent German immigrants from West Prussia, now a part of Poland. The parish is the outgrowth of a branch school organized in 1877 by Immanuel on Wesson, then a part of Springwells Township. In this wooden house turned school, midweek Advent and Lenten services were conducted by Immanuel's Pastor, the Rev. Konrad L. Moll, until Zion was officially organized. Wilhelm Burhop was the first teacher, followed by Johann Von der Au in 1880. : ApMadoc, Church, College, Detroit, Historic Houses of Worship, Lutheran Church, Michigan, Stained Glass, Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church of Detroit
2015-03-02 68792 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The parish of St. John's was organized in Detroit in 1858, primarily due to the efforts of Henry Porter Baldwin, a successful merchant who later became governor of Michigan and a United States senator. Porter purchased and donated the property, which was then on the northern outskirts of Detroit's city limits at the corner of Woodward and High Street (now Interstate 75). He also donated the money to build a rectory and a 150-seat chapel, designed by Albert Jordan, who became a noted church architect in Detroit, and James Anderson.  When the chapel was dedicated in 1859, it was already too small for the burgeoning congregation. A new church was commissioned from Jordan and Anderson and quickly constructed; it was consecrated on December 10, 1861. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Episcopal Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. John's Episcopal Church 2014-12-01 66472 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Historic Trinity Lutheran Church is a church located in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It occupies the Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church complex, located at 1345 Gratiot Avenue. It was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1981[3] and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983 : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Historic Trinity Lutheran Church, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-12-01 66432 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Historic Trinity Lutheran Church is a church located in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It occupies the Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church complex, located at 1345 Gratiot Avenue. It was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1981[3] and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983 : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Historic Trinity Lutheran Church, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-12-01 66299 WTA 5DM3 HDR 1  The Historic Trinity Lutheran Church is a church located in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It occupies the Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church complex, located at 1345 Gratiot Avenue. It was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1981[3] and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983 : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Historic Trinity Lutheran Church, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-12-01 66443 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Historic Trinity Lutheran Church is a church located in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It occupies the Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church complex, located at 1345 Gratiot Avenue. It was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1981[3] and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983 : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Historic Trinity Lutheran Church, Michigan, USA, United States
2014-12-01 66214 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Historic Trinity Lutheran Church is a church located in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It occupies the Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church complex, located at 1345 Gratiot Avenue. It was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1981[3] and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983 : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Historic Trinity Lutheran Church, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-12-01 66203 WTA 5DM3  The Historic Trinity Lutheran Church is a church located in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It occupies the Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church complex, located at 1345 Gratiot Avenue. It was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1981[3] and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983 : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Historic Trinity Lutheran Church, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-12-01 66183 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Historic Trinity Lutheran Church is a church located in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It occupies the Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church complex, located at 1345 Gratiot Avenue. It was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1981[3] and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983 : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Historic Trinity Lutheran Church, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-12-01 66056 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Fort Street Presbyterian Church is located at 631 West Fort Street in Detroit, Michigan. It was constructed in 1855, and completely rebuilt in 1876. The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1971. Its steeple stands 265 ft (81 m), making it one of the tallest churches in the United States. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Fort Street Presbyterian Church, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-12-01 65684 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Trinity Episcopal Church is located at 1519 Martin Luther King Boulevard in the Woodbridge Historic District of Detroit, Michigan. The church was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1979 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. It is now known as Spirit of Hope : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Spirit of Hope, Spirit of Hope Church, Trinity Episcopal Church, USA, United States
2014-12-01 65812 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Fort Street Presbyterian Church is located at 631 West Fort Street in Detroit, Michigan. It was constructed in 1855, and completely rebuilt in 1876. The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1971. Its steeple stands 265 ft (81 m), making it one of the tallest churches in the United States. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Fort Street Presbyterian Church, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-12-01 66027 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Fort Street Presbyterian Church is located at 631 West Fort Street in Detroit, Michigan. It was constructed in 1855, and completely rebuilt in 1876. The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1971. Its steeple stands 265 ft (81 m), making it one of the tallest churches in the United States. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Fort Street Presbyterian Church, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-12-01 65743 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Fort Street Presbyterian Church is located at 631 West Fort Street in Detroit, Michigan. It was constructed in 1855, and completely rebuilt in 1876. The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1971. Its steeple stands 265 ft (81 m), making it one of the tallest churches in the United States. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Fort Street Presbyterian Church, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-12-01 65359 WTA 5DM3 HDR  St. Mary Roman Catholic Church, formally the Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary is the third oldest Roman Catholic parish in Detroit, Michigan.  It is located at 646 Monroe Street in heart of Greektown Historic District in downtown Detroit. It is often called Old St. Mary's Church to avoid confusion with other St. Mary's parishes in the Redford neighborhood of Detroit or nearby Royal Oak, Monroe, or Wayne.  The complex originally consisted of the church, rectory, constructed in 1876, school, constructed in 1868, and convent, completed in 1922.[2] The convent was demolished in the early 2000s and replaced with a community center designed to resemble the 1841 church building.  St. Mary Parish has been staffed by the Spiritans or Holy Ghost Fathers since 1893. It was previously administered by the Franciscan Fathers (1872-1893) and the Redemptorist Fathers (1847-1872). : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Old Saint Mary's, Old St. Mary's, Saint Mary's, Saint Mary's Catholic Church, St. Mary's, USA, United States 2014-12-01 65650 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Trinity Episcopal Church is located at 1519 Martin Luther King Boulevard in the Woodbridge Historic District of Detroit, Michigan. The church was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1979 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. It is now known as Spirit of Hope : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Spirit of Hope, Spirit of Hope Church, USA, United States
2014-12-01 65666 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Trinity Episcopal Church is located at 1519 Martin Luther King Boulevard in the Woodbridge Historic District of Detroit, Michigan. The church was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1979 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. It is now known as Spirit of Hope : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Spirit of Hope, Spirit of Hope Church, Trinity Episcopal Church, USA, United States 2014-12-01 65448 WTA 5DM3 HDR  St. Mary Roman Catholic Church, formally the Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary is the third oldest Roman Catholic parish in Detroit, Michigan.  It is located at 646 Monroe Street in heart of Greektown Historic District in downtown Detroit. It is often called Old St. Mary's Church to avoid confusion with other St. Mary's parishes in the Redford neighborhood of Detroit or nearby Royal Oak, Monroe, or Wayne.  The complex originally consisted of the church, rectory, constructed in 1876, school, constructed in 1868, and convent, completed in 1922.[2] The convent was demolished in the early 2000s and replaced with a community center designed to resemble the 1841 church building.  St. Mary Parish has been staffed by the Spiritans or Holy Ghost Fathers since 1893. It was previously administered by the Franciscan Fathers (1872-1893) and the Redemptorist Fathers (1847-1872). : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Old Saint Mary's, Old St. Mary's, Saint Mary's, Saint Mary's Catholic Church, St. Mary's, USA, United States 2014-12-01 65349 WTA 5DM3  St. Mary Roman Catholic Church, formally the Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary is the third oldest Roman Catholic parish in Detroit, Michigan.  It is located at 646 Monroe Street in heart of Greektown Historic District in downtown Detroit. It is often called Old St. Mary's Church to avoid confusion with other St. Mary's parishes in the Redford neighborhood of Detroit or nearby Royal Oak, Monroe, or Wayne.  The complex originally consisted of the church, rectory, constructed in 1876, school, constructed in 1868, and convent, completed in 1922.[2] The convent was demolished in the early 2000s and replaced with a community center designed to resemble the 1841 church building.  St. Mary Parish has been staffed by the Spiritans or Holy Ghost Fathers since 1893. It was previously administered by the Franciscan Fathers (1872-1893) and the Redemptorist Fathers (1847-1872). : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Old Saint Mary's, Old St. Mary's, Saint Mary's, Saint Mary's Catholic Church, St. Mary's, USA, United States 2014-12-01 65314 WTA 5DM3 HDR  St. Mary Roman Catholic Church, formally the Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary is the third oldest Roman Catholic parish in Detroit, Michigan.  It is located at 646 Monroe Street in heart of Greektown Historic District in downtown Detroit. It is often called Old St. Mary's Church to avoid confusion with other St. Mary's parishes in the Redford neighborhood of Detroit or nearby Royal Oak, Monroe, or Wayne.  The complex originally consisted of the church, rectory, constructed in 1876, school, constructed in 1868, and convent, completed in 1922.[2] The convent was demolished in the early 2000s and replaced with a community center designed to resemble the 1841 church building.  St. Mary Parish has been staffed by the Spiritans or Holy Ghost Fathers since 1893. It was previously administered by the Franciscan Fathers (1872-1893) and the Redemptorist Fathers (1847-1872). : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Old Saint Mary's, Old St. Mary's, Saint Mary's, Saint Mary's Catholic Church, St. Mary's, USA, United States 2014-12-01 65301 WTA 5DM3 HDR  St. Mary Roman Catholic Church, formally the Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary is the third oldest Roman Catholic parish in Detroit, Michigan.  It is located at 646 Monroe Street in heart of Greektown Historic District in downtown Detroit. It is often called Old St. Mary's Church to avoid confusion with other St. Mary's parishes in the Redford neighborhood of Detroit or nearby Royal Oak, Monroe, or Wayne.  The complex originally consisted of the church, rectory, constructed in 1876, school, constructed in 1868, and convent, completed in 1922.[2] The convent was demolished in the early 2000s and replaced with a community center designed to resemble the 1841 church building.  St. Mary Parish has been staffed by the Spiritans or Holy Ghost Fathers since 1893. It was previously administered by the Franciscan Fathers (1872-1893) and the Redemptorist Fathers (1847-1872). : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Old Saint Mary's, Old St. Mary's, Saint Mary's, Saint Mary's Catholic Church, St. Mary's, USA, United States
2014-12-01 65288 WTA 5DM3 HDR  St. Mary Roman Catholic Church, formally the Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary is the third oldest Roman Catholic parish in Detroit, Michigan.  It is located at 646 Monroe Street in heart of Greektown Historic District in downtown Detroit. It is often called Old St. Mary's Church to avoid confusion with other St. Mary's parishes in the Redford neighborhood of Detroit or nearby Royal Oak, Monroe, or Wayne.  The complex originally consisted of the church, rectory, constructed in 1876, school, constructed in 1868, and convent, completed in 1922.[2] The convent was demolished in the early 2000s and replaced with a community center designed to resemble the 1841 church building.  St. Mary Parish has been staffed by the Spiritans or Holy Ghost Fathers since 1893. It was previously administered by the Franciscan Fathers (1872-1893) and the Redemptorist Fathers (1847-1872). : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Old Saint Mary's, Old St. Mary's, Saint Mary's, Saint Mary's Catholic Church, St. Mary's, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-11-04 61206 WTA 5DM3 : ApMadoc, England, London, St. Pauls Church, United Kingdom 2014-11-04 61156 WTA 5DM3 : ApMadoc, England, London, St. Pauls Church, United Kingdom 2014-11-04 61181 WTA 5DM3 : ApMadoc, England, London, St. Pauls Church, United Kingdom 2014-11-04 61197 WTA 5DM3 : ApMadoc, England, London, St. Pauls Church, United Kingdom
2014-11-04 61146 WTA 5DM3 : ApMadoc, England, London, St. Pauls Church, United Kingdom 2014-11-04 61127 WTA 5DM3 : ApMadoc, England, London, St. Pauls Church, United Kingdom 2014-11-04 61072 WTA 5DM3 : ApMadoc, England, London, St. Pauls Church, United Kingdom 2014-11-04 61048 WTA 5DM3 : ApMadoc, England, London, St. Pauls Church, United Kingdom 2014-11-04 61107 WTA 5DM3 : ApMadoc, England, London, St. Pauls Church, United Kingdom
2014-11-04 61087 WTA 5DM3 : ApMadoc, England, London, St. Pauls Church, United Kingdom 2014-10-31 59761 WTA 5DM3  The Guild Church of St. Martin within Ludgate : ApMadoc, Church, England, Guild Church, London, St. Martins Church, The Guild Church of St. Martin within Ludgate, United Kingdom 2014-10-25 59324 WTA 5DM3 : ApMadoc, Cemetery, Church, Michigan, Saline, USA, United States 2014-10-11 57384 WTA 5DM3-2  Saint John Nepomuchene Catholic Church : 2014 Fall Color Trip, ApMadoc, Catholich Church, Church, Clouds, Fall Folliage, Field Stone Building, Michigan, Saint John Nepomuchene Catholic Church, Stone Building, Stone Church, USA, United States 2014-11-01 60119 WTA 5DM3-Edit : ApMadoc, Cathedral, England, Rays, United Kingdom, York, York Minster
2014-10-31 59730 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Guild Church of St. Martin within Ludgate : ApMadoc, Church, England, Guild Church, London, St. Martins Church, The Guild Church of St. Martin within Ludgate, United Kingdom 2014-10-11 57384 WTA 5DM3-3  Saint John Nepomuchene Catholic Church : 2014 Fall Color Trip, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Catholich Church, Church, Clouds, Fall Folliage, Field Stone Building, Michigan, Monochrome, Saint John Nepomuchene Catholic Church, Stone Building, Stone Church, USA, United States 2014-10-06 56506 WTA 5DM3  St. Cunegunda Catholic Church : ApMadoc, Architecture, Catholic Church, Church, Churches, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. Cunegunda Catholic Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-10-06 56499 WTA 5DM3-2-2  St. Cunegunda Catholic Church : ApMadoc, Architecture, Catholic Church, Church, Churches, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. Cunegunda Catholic Church, USA, United States 2014-10-06 56499 WTA 5DM3-3  St. Cunegunda Catholic Church : ApMadoc, Architecture, Catholic Church, Church, Churches, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. Cunegunda Catholic Church, USA, United States
2014-10-06 56490 WTA 5DM3-2-2  St. Cunegunda Catholic Church : ApMadoc, Architecture, Catholic Church, Church, Churches, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. Cunegunda Catholic Church, USA, United States 2014-10-06 56490 WTA 5DM3-3  St. Cunegunda Catholic Church : ApMadoc, Architecture, Catholic Church, Church, Churches, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. Cunegunda Catholic Church, USA, United States 2014-10-06 56469 WTA 5DM3-2-2  St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Hamtramack, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-10-06 56469 WTA 5DM3-3  St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Hamtramack, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-10-06 56455 WTA 5DM3-2-2  St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Hamtramack, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States
2014-10-06 56428 WTA 5DM3-2-2  St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Hamtramack, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-10-06 56455 WTA 5DM3-3  St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Hamtramack, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-10-06 56428 WTA 5DM3-3  St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Hamtramack, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-10-06 56364 WTA 5DM3-3  St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Hamtramack, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-10-06 56364 WTA 5DM3-2-2  St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Hamtramack, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States
2014-10-06 56326 WTA 5DM3 HDR-2-2  St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Hamtramack, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architecture, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-10-06 56374 WTA 5DM3 HDR-3  St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Hamtramack, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architecture, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-10-06 56242 WTA 5DM3-2-2  Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite) : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite), Michigan, USA, Ukrainian Church, United States 2014-10-06 56288 WTA 5DM3 HDR-2  St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Hamtramack, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-10-06 56326 WTA 5DM3 HDR-3  St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Hamtramack, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architecture, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, United States
2014-10-06 56288 WTA 5DM3 HDR-6  St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Hamtramack, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, HDR, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Monochrome, St. Florian Roman Catholic Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-10-06 56242 WTA 5DM3-3  Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite) : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite), Michigan, USA, Ukrainian Church, United States 2014-10-06 56186 WTA 5DM3-2-2  Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite) : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite), Michigan, USA, Ukrainian Church, United States 2014-10-06 56196 WTA 5DM3 HDR-2-2  Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite) : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite), Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, Ukrainian Church, United States 2014-10-06 56196 WTA 5DM3 HDR-3  Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite) : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite), Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, Ukrainian Church, United States
2014-10-06 56186 WTA 5DM3-3  Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite) : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite), Michigan, USA, Ukrainian Church, United States 2014-10-06 56172 WTA 5DM3-2-2  Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite) : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite), Michigan, USA, Ukrainian Church, United States 2014-10-06 56172 WTA 5DM3-3  Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite) : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite), Michigan, USA, Ukrainian Church, United States 2014-10-06 56115 WTA 5DM3 HDR-2-2  Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite) : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite), Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, Ukrainian Church, United States 2014-10-06 56115 WTA 5DM3 HDR-3  Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite) : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite), Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, Ukrainian Church, United States
2014-10-06 55933 WTA 5DM3  Ebenezer African Methodis Episcopal Church (formerly the Nardin Park Methodist Church) : ApMadoc, Church, Churches, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Ebenezer African Methodis Episcopal Church, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Nardin Park Methodist Church, USA, United States 2014-10-06 56101 WTA 5DM3 HDR-2-2  Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite) : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite), Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, Ukrainian Church, United States 2014-10-06 56101 WTA 5DM3 HDR-3  Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite) : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit Historical Society, Hamtramack, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Ukrainian Rite), Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, Ukrainian Church, United States 2014-10-06 55902 WTA 5DM3 HDR-2-2  Ebenezer African Methodis Episcopal Church (formerly the Nardin Park Methodist Church) : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Ebenezer African Methodis Episcopal Church, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Nardin Park Methodist Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-10-06 55684 WTA 5DM3-2-2  St Cecilia Parish, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St Cecilia, St Cecilia Church, St. Cecillia's Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States
2014-10-06 55684 WTA 5DM3-3  St Cecilia Parish, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, St Cecilia, St Cecilia Church, St. Cecillia's Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-10-06 55875 WTA 5DM3  Ebenezer African Methodis Episcopal Church (formerly the Nardin Park Methodist Church) : ApMadoc, Church, Churches, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Ebenezer African Methodis Episcopal Church, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Nardin Park Methodist Church, USA, United States 2014-10-06 55902 WTA 5DM3 HDR-3  Ebenezer African Methodis Episcopal Church (formerly the Nardin Park Methodist Church) : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Churches, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Ebenezer African Methodis Episcopal Church, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Nardin Park Methodist Church, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-09-08 53600 WTA 5DM3  Christ Church, Jefferson Avenue, Detroit : ApMadoc, Christ Church, Christ Church Detroit, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-09-08 53687 WTA 5DM3  Sweetest Heart of Mary Catholic Church - Detroit : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, Cathedral, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, Sweetest Heart Catholic Church, Sweetest Heart Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States
2014-09-08 53749 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Sweetest Heart of Mary Catholic Church - Detroit : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, Cathedral, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, Sweetest Heart Catholic Church, Sweetest Heart Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States 2014-09-08 53666 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Sweetest Heart of Mary Catholic Church - Detroit : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, Cathedral, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, Sweetest Heart Catholic Church, Sweetest Heart Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States 2014-09-08 53483 WTA 5DM3  Christ Church, Jefferson Avenue, Detroit : ApMadoc, Christ Church, Christ Church Detroit, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-09-08 53515 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Christ Church, Jefferson Avenue, Detroit : ApMadoc, Christ Church, Christ Church Detroit, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-09-08 53494 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Christ Church, Jefferson Avenue, Detroit : ApMadoc, Christ Church, Christ Church Detroit, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States
2014-09-08 53438 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Christ Church, Jefferson Avenue, Detroit : ApMadoc, Christ Church, Christ Church Detroit, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-09-08 53382 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Christ Church, Jefferson Avenue, Detroit : ApMadoc, Christ Church, Christ Church Detroit, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-09-08 53188 WTA 5DM3  St. Albertus Catholic Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, St. Albertus, St. Albertus Catholic Church, USA, United States 2014-09-08 53305 WTA 5DM3 HDR  St. Albertus Catholic Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, St. Albertus, St. Albertus Catholic Church, USA, United States 2014-09-08 53264 WTA 5DM3 HDR  St. Albertus Catholic Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Detroit Historical Society, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States
2014-09-08 53151 WTA 5DM3 HDR 1  St. Albertus Catholic Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, St. Albertus, St. Albertus Catholic Church, USA, United States 2014-09-08 53130 WTA 5DM3 HDR 2  St. Albertus Catholic Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, St. Albertus, St. Albertus Catholic Church, USA, United States 2014-09-08 53121 WTA 5DM3  Cass Community United Methodist Church - Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Cass Community United Methodist Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Methodist, Methodist Church, Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-09-08 53137 WTA 5DM3 HDR  St. Albertus Catholic Church, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, St. Albertus, St. Albertus Catholic Church, USA, United States 2014-09-08 52969 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Cass Community United Methodist Church - Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Cass Community United Methodist Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Methodist, Methodist Church, Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, United States
2014-09-08 53093 WTA 5DM3  Cass Community United Methodist Church - Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Cass Community United Methodist Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Methodist, Methodist Church, Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-07-19 20118 WTA 5DM3 : ApMadoc, Church, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-09-08 52910 WTA 5DM3 HDR  Cass Community United Methodist Church - Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Cass Community United Methodist Church, Church, Detroit, Detroit Historical Society, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Methodist, Methodist Church, Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-07-04 21713 WTA 5DM3 : Allen Academy, ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Detroit, Michigan, United States 2014-07-04 21658 WTA 5DM3  High Praise Cathedral of Faith, Detroit, Michigan : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, Detroit, Michigan, USA, United States
2014-06-28 21639 WTA 5DM3 : ApMadoc, Church, Marine City, Michigan, St. John's Church, St. John's United Methodist Church, USA, United States 2014-06-22 19503 WTA 5DM3-2 : ApMadoc, Church, Clouds, Michigan, Rural, Summer, United States, Zeeland, Zeeland Church of God 2014-06-22 19503 WTA 5DM3-3 : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Church, Clouds, Michigan, Monochrome, Rural, Summer, United States, Zeeland, Zeeland Church of God 2014-05-31 19319 WTA 5DM3 HDR-2-2  The former First Presbyterian Church, now the Ecumenical Theological Seminary, is located at 2930 Woodward Avenue in Midtown Detroit, Michigan. It was built in 1889 as the First Presbyterian Church. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, First Presbyterian Church, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-05-31 19319 WTA 5DM3 HDR-3  The former First Presbyterian Church, now the Ecumenical Theological Seminary, is located at 2930 Woodward Avenue in Midtown Detroit, Michigan. It was built in 1889 as the First Presbyterian Church. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Church, Detroit, First Presbyterian Church, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States
2014-05-31 19277 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The former First Presbyterian Church, now the Ecumenical Theological Seminary, is located at 2930 Woodward Avenue in Midtown Detroit, Michigan. It was built in 1889 as the First Presbyterian Church. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, First Presbyterian Church, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-05-31 19270 WTA 5DM3 HDR-3  The former First Presbyterian Church, now the Ecumenical Theological Seminary, is located at 2930 Woodward Avenue in Midtown Detroit, Michigan. It was built in 1889 as the First Presbyterian Church. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Church, Detroit, First Presbyterian Church, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States 2014-05-31 19270 WTA 5DM3 HDR-2-2  The former First Presbyterian Church, now the Ecumenical Theological Seminary, is located at 2930 Woodward Avenue in Midtown Detroit, Michigan. It was built in 1889 as the First Presbyterian Church. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, First Presbyterian Church, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-05-31 19217 WTA 5DM3  The former First Presbyterian Church, now the Ecumenical Theological Seminary, is located at 2930 Woodward Avenue in Midtown Detroit, Michigan. It was built in 1889 as the First Presbyterian Church. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, First Presbyterian Church, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-05-31 19235 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The former First Presbyterian Church, now the Ecumenical Theological Seminary, is located at 2930 Woodward Avenue in Midtown Detroit, Michigan. It was built in 1889 as the First Presbyterian Church. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, First Presbyterian Church, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States
2014-05-31 19221 WTA 5DM3 HDR-3  The former First Presbyterian Church, now the Ecumenical Theological Seminary, is located at 2930 Woodward Avenue in Midtown Detroit, Michigan. It was built in 1889 as the First Presbyterian Church. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Church, Detroit, First Presbyterian Church, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States 2014-05-31 19221 WTA 5DM3 HDR-2-2  The former First Presbyterian Church, now the Ecumenical Theological Seminary, is located at 2930 Woodward Avenue in Midtown Detroit, Michigan. It was built in 1889 as the First Presbyterian Church. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, First Presbyterian Church, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-05-31 19172 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The former First Presbyterian Church, now the Ecumenical Theological Seminary, is located at 2930 Woodward Avenue in Midtown Detroit, Michigan. It was built in 1889 as the First Presbyterian Church. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, First Presbyterian Church, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-05-31 19039 WTA 5DM3 HDR - 7 Images-2-2  The former First Presbyterian Church, now the Ecumenical Theological Seminary, is located at 2930 Woodward Avenue in Midtown Detroit, Michigan. It was built in 1889 as the First Presbyterian Church. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, First Presbyterian Church, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States 2014-05-31 19109 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The former First Presbyterian Church, now the Ecumenical Theological Seminary, is located at 2930 Woodward Avenue in Midtown Detroit, Michigan. It was built in 1889 as the First Presbyterian Church. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, First Presbyterian Church, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States
2014-05-31 19095 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The former First Presbyterian Church, now the Ecumenical Theological Seminary, is located at 2930 Woodward Avenue in Midtown Detroit, Michigan. It was built in 1889 as the First Presbyterian Church. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, First Presbyterian Church, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Stained Glass, USA, United States 2014-05-31 19039 WTA 5DM3 HDR - 7 Images-3  The former First Presbyterian Church, now the Ecumenical Theological Seminary, is located at 2930 Woodward Avenue in Midtown Detroit, Michigan. It was built in 1889 as the First Presbyterian Church. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Church, Detroit, First Presbyterian Church, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States 2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-7480 HDR  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, England, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford 2014-05-31 18990 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The former First Presbyterian Church, now the Ecumenical Theological Seminary, is located at 2930 Woodward Avenue in Midtown Detroit, Michigan. It was built in 1889 as the First Presbyterian Church. : ApMadoc, Church, Detroit, First Presbyterian Church, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Historic Houses of Worship, Michigan, USA, United States 2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-7466 HDR  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, England, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford
2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-7445 HDR-2  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, England, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford 2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-7445 HDR-3  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Church, England, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Monochrome, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford 2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-7336 HDR-2  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, England, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford 2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-7364 HDR  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, England, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford 2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-7378 HDR  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, England, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford
2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-7324  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, England, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford 2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-7336 HDR-3  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Church, England, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Monochrome, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford 2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-7119  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, England, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford 2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-7107  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, England, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford 2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-7092  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, England, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford
2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-6865 HDR-3  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Church, England, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Monochrome, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford 2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-6860  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, England, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford 2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-6865 HDR-2  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, England, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford 2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-6844 HDR  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, England, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford 2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-6802 HDR  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, England, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford
2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-6795 HDR-3  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Church, England, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Monochrome, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford 2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-6795 HDR-2  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, England, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford 2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-6789 HDR  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, England, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford 2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-6735-2  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, England, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford 2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-6735-3  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Church, England, Monochrome, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford
2014 05 25-WTA-5DM3-6781 HDR  The University of Oxford (informally Oxford University or simply Oxford) is a collegiate research university located in Oxford, England. While having no known date of foundation, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and the world's second-oldest surviving university. It grew rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. After disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk in 1209, some academics fled northeast to Cambridge, where they established what became the University of Cambridge. The two "ancient universities" are frequently jointly referred to as "Oxbridge". : ApMadoc, Architecture, Church, England, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Oxford, Oxford University, UK, United Kingdom, University, University of Oxford 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6610  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6245-Edit : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, Rays, Stained Glass, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6603  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6587 HDR-2  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, HDR, High Dynamic Range, UK, United Kingdom
2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6587 HDR-3  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, HDR, High Dynamic Range, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6555  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6573 HDR-2-2  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, HDR, High Dynamic Range, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6573 HDR-3  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, HDR, High Dynamic Range, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6541  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, UK, United Kingdom
2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6477  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6520  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6429  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6378 HDR-3  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Monochrome, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6378 HDR-2  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, HDR, High Dynamic Range, UK, United Kingdom
2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6392 HDR  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, HDR, High Dynamic Range, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6350 HDR-3  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Monochrome, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6350 HDR-2  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, HDR, High Dynamic Range, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6343 HDR-2  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, HDR, High Dynamic Range, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6364 HDR  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, HDR, High Dynamic Range, UK, United Kingdom
2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6343 HDR-3  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Monochrome, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6308 HDR-2  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, HDR, High Dynamic Range, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6308 HDR-3  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Monochrome, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6273 HDR  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Stained Glass, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6254  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, Stained Glass, UK, United Kingdom
2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6241-2  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6241-3  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, Monochrome, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6262  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6220  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6224 HDR  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Stained Glass, UK, United Kingdom
2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6178  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, UK, United Kingdom 2014 05 24-WTA-5DM3-6197 HDR  Gloucester Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by King Henry VIII). : ApMadoc, Cathedral, Catholic Church, Church, England, Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Stained Glass, UK, United Kingdom 2014-03-05 12-14 05579 WTA 5DM3 HDR-2  The Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church is located at 4440 Russell Street (at East Canfield Street) in Detroit, Michigan, in the Forest Park neighborhood on the city's central East side. The Gothic Revival cathedral styled church is the largest of the Roman Catholic churches in the City of Detroit. It was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1974 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.[1] St. Albertus Roman Catholic Church is 4/10 mile east at the corner of East Canfield Street and Saint Aubin Street. St. Josaphat's Roman Catholic Church is 3/10 mile west at the corner of East Canfield Street and SB Chrysler Service Drive. : Angel, ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, Cathedral, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, HDR, HDR Church, High Dynamic Range, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, Stained Glass, Sweetest Heart Catholic Church, Sweetest Heart Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States 2014-03-05 12-14 05579 WTA 5DM3 HDR-5  The Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church is located at 4440 Russell Street (at East Canfield Street) in Detroit, Michigan, in the Forest Park neighborhood on the city's central East side. The Gothic Revival cathedral styled church is the largest of the Roman Catholic churches in the City of Detroit. It was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1974 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.[1] St. Albertus Roman Catholic Church is 4/10 mile east at the corner of East Canfield Street and Saint Aubin Street. St. Josaphat's Roman Catholic Church is 3/10 mile west at the corner of East Canfield Street and SB Chrysler Service Drive. : Angel, ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cathedral, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, HDR, HDR Church, High Dynamic Range, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, Monochrome, Stained Glass, Sweetest Heart Catholic Church, Sweetest Heart Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States 2014-03-05 12-16 05586 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church is located at 4440 Russell Street (at East Canfield Street) in Detroit, Michigan, in the Forest Park neighborhood on the city's central East side. The Gothic Revival cathedral styled church is the largest of the Roman Catholic churches in the City of Detroit. It was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1974 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.[1] St. Albertus Roman Catholic Church is 4/10 mile east at the corner of East Canfield Street and Saint Aubin Street. St. Josaphat's Roman Catholic Church is 3/10 mile west at the corner of East Canfield Street and SB Chrysler Service Drive. : Angel, ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, Cathedral, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, HDR, HDR Church, High Dynamic Range, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, Stained Glass, Sweetest Heart Catholic Church, Sweetest Heart Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States
2014-03-05 11-32 07083 WTA 5DM3And6more - 58 Images  Panorama - Original is 37597 x 13255    The Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church is located at 4440 Russell Street (at East Canfield Street) in Detroit, Michigan, in the Forest Park neighborhood on the city's central East side. The Gothic Revival cathedral styled church is the largest of the Roman Catholic churches in the City of Detroit. It was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1974 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.[1] St. Albertus Roman Catholic Church is 4/10 mile east at the corner of East Canfield Street and Saint Aubin Street. St. Josaphat's Roman Catholic Church is 3/10 mile west at the corner of East Canfield Street and SB Chrysler Service Drive. : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, Cathedral, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, Sweetest Heart Catholic Church, Sweetest Heart Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States 2014-03-05 12-10 05530 WTA 5DM3 HDR-5  The Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church is located at 4440 Russell Street (at East Canfield Street) in Detroit, Michigan, in the Forest Park neighborhood on the city's central East side. The Gothic Revival cathedral styled church is the largest of the Roman Catholic churches in the City of Detroit. It was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1974 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.[1] St. Albertus Roman Catholic Church is 4/10 mile east at the corner of East Canfield Street and Saint Aubin Street. St. Josaphat's Roman Catholic Church is 3/10 mile west at the corner of East Canfield Street and SB Chrysler Service Drive. : Angel, ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Cathedral, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, HDR, HDR Church, High Dynamic Range, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, Monochrome, Stained Glass, Sweetest Heart Catholic Church, Sweetest Heart Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States 2014-03-05 12-10 05530 WTA 5DM3 HDR-2  The Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church is located at 4440 Russell Street (at East Canfield Street) in Detroit, Michigan, in the Forest Park neighborhood on the city's central East side. The Gothic Revival cathedral styled church is the largest of the Roman Catholic churches in the City of Detroit. It was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1974 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.[1] St. Albertus Roman Catholic Church is 4/10 mile east at the corner of East Canfield Street and Saint Aubin Street. St. Josaphat's Roman Catholic Church is 3/10 mile west at the corner of East Canfield Street and SB Chrysler Service Drive. : Angel, ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, Cathedral, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, HDR, HDR Church, High Dynamic Range, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, Stained Glass, Sweetest Heart Catholic Church, Sweetest Heart Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States 2014-03-05 12-04 05523 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church is located at 4440 Russell Street (at East Canfield Street) in Detroit, Michigan, in the Forest Park neighborhood on the city's central East side. The Gothic Revival cathedral styled church is the largest of the Roman Catholic churches in the City of Detroit. It was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1974 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.[1] St. Albertus Roman Catholic Church is 4/10 mile east at the corner of East Canfield Street and Saint Aubin Street. St. Josaphat's Roman Catholic Church is 3/10 mile west at the corner of East Canfield Street and SB Chrysler Service Drive. : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, Cathedral, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, HDR, HDR Church, High Dynamic Range, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, Stained Glass, Sweetest Heart Catholic Church, Sweetest Heart Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States 2014-03-05 11-56 07657 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church is located at 4440 Russell Street (at East Canfield Street) in Detroit, Michigan, in the Forest Park neighborhood on the city's central East side. The Gothic Revival cathedral styled church is the largest of the Roman Catholic churches in the City of Detroit. It was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1974 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.[1] St. Albertus Roman Catholic Church is 4/10 mile east at the corner of East Canfield Street and Saint Aubin Street. St. Josaphat's Roman Catholic Church is 3/10 mile west at the corner of East Canfield Street and SB Chrysler Service Drive. : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, Cathedral, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, HDR, HDR Church, High Dynamic Range, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, Stained Glass, Sweetest Heart Catholic Church, Sweetest Heart Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States
2014-03-05 12-00 05509 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church is located at 4440 Russell Street (at East Canfield Street) in Detroit, Michigan, in the Forest Park neighborhood on the city's central East side. The Gothic Revival cathedral styled church is the largest of the Roman Catholic churches in the City of Detroit. It was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1974 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.[1] St. Albertus Roman Catholic Church is 4/10 mile east at the corner of East Canfield Street and Saint Aubin Street. St. Josaphat's Roman Catholic Church is 3/10 mile west at the corner of East Canfield Street and SB Chrysler Service Drive. : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, Cathedral, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, HDR, HDR Church, High Dynamic Range, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, Sweetest Heart Catholic Church, Sweetest Heart Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States 2014-03-05 11-58 07678 WTA 5DM3 HDR  The Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church is located at 4440 Russell Street (at East Canfield Street) in Detroit, Michigan, in the Forest Park neighborhood on the city's central East side. The Gothic Revival cathedral styled church is the largest of the Roman Catholic churches in the City of Detroit. It was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1974 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.[1] St. Albertus Roman Catholic Church is 4/10 mile east at the corner of East Canfield Street and Saint Aubin Street. St. Josaphat's Roman Catholic Church is 3/10 mile west at the corner of East Canfield Street and SB Chrysler Service Drive. : ApMadoc, Architectural Details, Architecture, Cathedral, Catholic, Catholic Church, Church, Detroit, HDR, HDR Church, High Dynamic Range, Historic, Historic Building, Historic Church, Historic Houses of Worship, House of Worship, Michigan, Sweetest Heart Catholic Church, Sweetest Heart Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Church, Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church, USA, United States