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Trinity Episcopal Church, 815 North Grant Street, Bay City, Bay, Mich

Trinity Episcopal Church, 815 North Grant Street, Bay City, Bay, Mich

Francis L.
Extracts from the website: Trinity Parish can be traced back to 1854 and a village of six or seven homes on the bank of the Saginaw River. The State of Michigan is just 17 years older than Trinity! ... Today, looking at Trinity Church from Grant Street, it is easy to see the different sections in the stone walls that verify the fact that the center section of the church was built first. It was called the Stone Chapel. The congregation moved there in April 18834 and the first services were conducted on April 27th. Cost of the chapel was nearly $8,000 and it served Trinity’s faithful during the construction of the nave. The nave, which faces Center Avenue, was formally opened for Divine Worship on April 14, 1887 by the Right Reverend S.S. Harris, D.D., Bishop of Michigan. The cost of the building, designed by Peter C. Floeter, a Bay City architect, was placed at $50,000 at the time of construction. The final section of the building, including the parish house, offices, Guild Room, kitchen, and Sunday School, was completed in 1924, with Smith, Hinchman and Grylls of Detroit as architects. NOTE: There are a few sections that I used my best-guess at construction. Also, the majority of the roofing is standard SketchUp materiel, due to the large number of surfaces. #bay_city #bay_county #church #michigan #place_of_worship
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