Jesus on the Cross

Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod. Follow this link to visit the National Website.

Michigan District – Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod. Follow this link to visit the Michigan District Site.

Media Links

Gallery: A Colorful Stroll Down Gratiot Ave. Deadline Detroit, July 4, 2019

Eastern Market’s Growth Includes Historic Trinity: Detroit News, Nov 6, 2018

Yorkminster Park Baptist Church Blog on Historic Trinity

Corp! Magazine coverage of the Luther Sculpture.

Luther Sculpture coverage Detroit News, April 29, 2018

Historic Trinity on Flickr

These 12 Churches in Detroit Will Leave You Absolutely Speechless

2017 Easter Sunday Photo Gallery published in the Detroit News.

5 Thing to Do on New Years Eve in Metro Detroit

Sculpture of homeless Jesus finds home at Historic Trinity.”Whatsoever You Do”, by sculptor Tim Schmalz is dedicated, May 22, 2016. Detroit Free Press

Detroit Pastor’s Easter Message: Keep the Faith” A peek inside Detroit’s thriving Historic Trinity Lutheran Church is featured in the Easter 2016 Detroit News article.

2016 Easter Sunday Photo Gallery also published in the Detroit News.

LCMS President Dr. Matthew Harrison takes us on an impromptu tour of Historic Trinity Lutheran Church after wrapping up the Lutheran Malaria Initiative press conference in Detroit on June 27, 2011. Dr. Harrison said,

Historic Trinity is one of the greatest sanctuaries of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod . Everywhere you turn, there is art and artifacts that take your mind up to the heavens. Before you build a new church, or upgrade your present church, you need to come and see Historic Trinity Lutheran Church in Detroit. Come here to the place that causes your thoughts to transcend – it tells you divine things are happening here. The Gospel is given to you and you are sent out to serve.

Dr. Matthew Harrison’s 2011 Reformation Sunday Sermon at Historic Trinity

Christian News devoted almost all of its publication to Historic Trinity and also highlights some of the many, many accomplishments of former Pastor, Rev. Dr. David Eberhard.

We Praise Thee – O Lord appeared in the December 2011 issue of The Lutheran Witness.

Historic Detroit’s coverage of this historic church.

Historic Trinity on the PBS special “Houses of Worship

Lutheran Service Organizations

Follow the links below and learn more about the services of these organizations:

Bethesda Lutheran Homes and Services

Lutheran Bible Translators

Lutheran Special Education Ministries. (Started at Historic Trinity in 1873 as “The German Evangelical Lutheran Orphan’s Assistance Society.”)

Lutheran Women Missionary League (LWML)

Lutheran World Relief

Thrivent Financial For Lutherans

Wheat Ridge Ministries

Educational Resources

Concordia University – Ann Arbor, Michigan

Concordia University – Chicago (River Forest)

Concordia University – Seward, Nebraska

Valparaiso University

Other Resources

Concordia Publishing House is a place where you can order Bibles, hymnals, and Christ-centered literature.

KFUO – Inspirational Christian Radio is an inspirational Christian talk radio featuring Bible Studies, devotionals, music, and Christ-centered discussion.

Lutheran Hour Ministries Lutheran Hour Ministries is a Christian outreach ministry supporting churches worldwide. The Lutheran Hour Radio Program, the radio program of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod can be heard each Sunday at: Detroit – 6:30 a.m. on WRDT (560), and 8:00 am on WDFN (1130), Ann Arbor on WAAM at 7:00 a.m.

Project Wittenberg

The Lutheran Hymnal Midi Project is a place where you can hear your favorite hymns in the format of your choice.

Trinity Lutheran Church in St. Louis, Missouri is a historic church in St. Louis, Missouri.

Metropolitan Detroit Links

Model D did an outstanding segment on Dr. Eberhard and a photo essay on Historic Trinity

Metromode Media

Detroit Eastern Market has been active since 1891 and is adjacent to Historic Trinity.

Downtown Detroit Partnership Check out the action in exciting, dynamic downtown Detroit. There is something for everyone.