Founded in 1842, the Mariners Church is a church of the Anglicanliturgical background located on East Jefferson in Detroit. Their main goal was towards all the maritime travelers throughout the Great Lakes and served as a parish for the Episcopal Diocese. In 1992, they were incorporated as an independent congregation in the eyes of the State of Michigan. The church itself was deemed a historic place in the national register in 1971. Upon entering the Mariners Church, you see a bronze George Washington statue with an apron on made by mason Donald De Lue. The main area of the church was originally rented out to various businesses to provide income for the building. Such tenants included the Post Office, the bank, groceries stores, and barbers, among others.
170 East Jefferson Avenue
Detroit, MI 48226