Trinity Church, Mackinac Island

#6 of 7 in Historic Sites in Mackinac Island
Church · Hidden Gem · Landmark
A popular wedding destination, Trinity Church remains a simple, old New England-style church with stained glass windows and a hand-carved wooden altar. The building was constructed in 1882, but the history of the church dates back to 1837. Notice the two chancel chairs made by soldiers at Fort Mackinac. Take a few moments to enjoy the serene atmosphere and contemplate what island life must have been like in the past. Using our custom trip planner, Mackinac Island attractions like Trinity Church can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Trinity Church is one of four active churches on Mackinac Island, with services each Sunday in an historic church building.  more »
  • This lovely little church is centrally located. It is open for viewing, relaxing, and prayer. Typical of the architecture and liturgical appointments of the era, Trinity is a quiet lady waiting for....  more »
  • Beautiful historic Episcopal Church built in 1882. We very much enjoyed our visit.
  • Beautiful church. I visited when it was open but service was not in session.

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