Navigating our Site
Use the following guides to navigate our web site. Email Historic Trinity for additional information.
Home Page introduces you to our web site. It has links to our newsletter, major events at Trinity, and information about the Church year.
Forms lets you access:
As we add forms, you will be able to link to them from the Forms page.
Who We Are introduces the Pastors and staff members of Historic Trinity. It details our beliefs, shows our uniqueness, and provides information about the various entities of Historic Trinity.
Services outlines weekly and special services at Historic Trinity.
Events at the Cathedral provides links to events taking place at Historic Trinity. It includes a link to Annual Events, Events by Date, Events in Pictures, and Immediately upcoming events. You will also find Historic Trinity Screensavers on this page.
Children provides information about events of interest to children and youth. The section is divided into pages for the two age groups.
Prayer lets you know the different types of prayers there are, gives you access to online prayers, prayer books, and gives you the opportunity to request a prayer for someone/thing.
Ask the Pastor gives you an opportunity to ask our Pastors any question you wish without having to reveal your name. In addition, you can see some answers to questions others have asked.
History gives you an insight to various aspects of Historic Trinity and our heritage as Lutherans. You can see what happened in any month in Lutheran History, too. Take a look at the restoration which has been done at Historic Trinity. If you wish, you can purchase a booklet(s) with beautiful photos of various artifacts.
The Messenger lets you read our quarterly newsletter in pdf format. You need Adobe Acrobat (free download) to read this interesting publication.
Architecture lets you see the background of the interior and exterior of Historic Trinity. It also gives you the history of our E.M. Skinner organ and takes you on a delightful tour of The Eberhard Room where you can see some of the many intricate dollhouses built by Dr. Eberhard.
Links takes you to links of interest to Lutherans.
Lutheran Church in the City takes you behind the scenes in the effort to reinvent the church in the city. Historic Trinity is at the forefront of this effort.
DHCA takes you behind the scenes in the efforts of the Downtown Historic Churches Association to make people more aware of the historic gems in the churches of downtown Detroit.
Historic Trinity, Inc. is a Michigan non-profit 501(c)3 corporation. Leading citizens from the Detroit Metropolitan area serve as the Board of Directors of Historic Trinity, Inc. They meet on a regular basis to assist Trinity in becoming a true ecclesiastical, cultural community resource for metropolitan Detroit. This website introduces its members and details some of its activities.
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