Religious communities, organizations and churches.
It may be said with good reason that religious groups were among the earliest to record a community's history. Some of the earliest structures to go up were houses of worship which often accommodated the needs of several faiths until a specific faith was large enough to build their own church. Consequently, the history of some churches today are tied to that of an older church. (Help us recognize the history of your religious group by sharing its story here, or adding to an existing history.)
Journal of Religion: Listing and brief history.
First Congregational Church (1875) - VanBuren & 6th Street
First Presbyterian Church (1856) - Center Ave. & Jackson St.
Immanuel Lutheran Church (1861) - 10th & Lincoln sts.
St. Hedwig Church (1911) - Kiesel St.
St. Joseph Church (1850) - 3rd St. & Grant
St. Stanislaus Church (1874) - 22nd St. & Farragut
Trinity Episcopal Church (1854) - Center Ave. & Grant St.
St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church (1848) - West Side Saginaw Rd. (M-86)
St. Anthony of Padua Church (1897) - Fisherville: Midland Rd & 11 Mile
If your church is 50 or more years old, include your churches history here. Most churches publish a 50 year or centennial pamphlet of their history which can be used to do a history article to add here.
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