Back by popular demand! Join the Troy Historical Society in visiting diverse places of worship on select Wednesdays this summer. We’ll hear the history of these congregations and see the beautiful and unique architecture of their buildings. Please note: we meet at each house of worship, not at the Village. 

June 21, 7:00 pm: All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 171 W. Pike Street, Pontiac

The history of this Oakland County church—originally known as Zion when its home was in Troy—can be traced all the way back to 1837, the same year Michigan became a state. Having enjoyed social prestige during Pontiac’s economic boom years, the congregation of All Saints’ has remained in the city to continue serving their community. Constructed in 1904, the church blends old and new: we’ll view Pewabic tile art and traditional stained glass while touring the auditorium and gym. There’s even a projection room!

Price: FREE/THS Members; $5/non-member. Advance registration required, as space is limited for this popular series.

Call 248-524-3570 for details about events and to register.

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