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Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Miami

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"Trinity Episcopal Cathedral" redirects here. For the cathedral church for the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon, see Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Portland, Oregon.Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Miami, Florida is the cathedral church of the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida. It is located at North Bayshore Drive and the Venetian Causeway near the Carnival Center in Miami (464 NE 16th Street, 33132). On October 10, 1980, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.National Register listingTrinity Episcopal Cathedral464 NE 16th St., MiamiHistoric Significance: Architecture/EngineeringArchitect, builder, or engineer: Mundy, Harold HastingsArchitectural Style: RomanesqueArea of Significance: ArchitecturePeriod of Significance: 1900-1924Owner: PrivateHistoric Function: ReligionHistoric Sub-function: Religious StructureCurrent Function: ReligionCurrent Sub-function: Religious StructureHistoryTrinity Cathedral is the oldest church in the original city limits of Miami, having been organized by the Rt. Rev. William Crane Gray on June 12, 1896, more than a month before the city was incorporated. In 1904, the Trinity Mission became self-supporting and thus achieved parish status. The wooden church building was replaced in 1912 by an imposing, two-story stone church, similar in design to St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Key West.
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  • This refurbished building is an Episcopal Church that has been on the US National Register of Historical Places since October 1980. It is the oldest church located in the original city limits of...  more »
  • We were visiting Miami on a weekend and went here as it has some common design elements with our church in NYC as it incorporated elements from a single church in southern France. Beautiful church...  more »
  • It's a nice church which I attend. The members here are nice and friendly. I am inviting persons who do not belong to a church to visit and you might decide to join after. You are always welcomed.
  • Very nice place to visit! Great mass and meetings! Nice vibes around, I def recommend it!

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