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This old church is historic in this city and though small looms large in people's hearts. I think these old buildings add style to the city and architecture reveals s bit of historic and mystery. You can't miss it if you're crossing the border of...More
Located just off Hart Plaza and next to the tunnel to Canada, this eye-catching, but small, Church is impossible to miss. It’s the “cathedral” referenced in the Gordon Lightfoot ballad “Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald”. Sadly I was unable to get access inside but well...More
We went to the annual blessing of the fleet 2 last year and enjoyed the church and people so much that we go back every now and then for a service. We are not churchy people at all but this this congregation to be very...More
This church is right next to the tunnel and the GM building. The outside is nice; but we could not get in early afternoon on a Friday. It is worth a good look outside. Just don't go around the side facing the tunnel as this...More
I have worshipped at Mariner's Church approximately 700 times so far, and every single service has been thrilling. Other reviews have focused on the unique history and mission of Mariners' ... but I hope to focus on the beauty of the classical Anglican worship found...More
I watched Mariners Church move down Jefferson Avenue as a kid from what became Cobo Hall to its present location. I have visited it several times over the years to enjoy its stark beauty and history as well as its continuing missing to serve.
It is a lovely old building. the church was originally founded in 1842 as a wooden structure before the stone edifice was built. It used to be where Hart Plaza is now but was moved in 1955. I have been to several of the Memorials...More