St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church was a parish located on the east side of Detroit. It later became a Baptist Church before closing in 2012.
An historic church building on Woodward avenue in Detroit designed by Sidney Badgley. Features an octagonal sanctuary and balcony. Currently abandoned.
Epiphany Episcopalian is former church on the city's east side built in 1904. After going through several different owners, it is now vacant.
St. Anthony Catholic Church closed in 2006 due to declining attendance, but was saved from scrapping by a new congregation.
A large, empty catholic church on the west side.
Built in 1917 as Temple Baptist Church, later became King Solomon Baptist Church. The sanctuary has been vacant since 1999.
White walls, orange carpet, and a baby grand piano set Woodward apart from similar churches in the area.
One of many Jewish synagogues in the city, the Blaine Shul was later sold to an African-American Baptist congregation. The building is now in an advanced state of decay.
Calvary Presbyterian Church was built in 1917 to replace a previous church on Michigan avenue.
Once a meeting hall for Scandinavian immigrants, then converted to a church.
This church on Gratiot is on the losing end of a tug-of-war between its current owners and scrappers.
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A small church just outside of the downtown area which has been reshaped by changes in traffic and human patterns.
Word and Faith Christian Center is a former Salvation Army building. It was used by Okuns Ventures as a rental hall until its closing and abandonment.
Has anyone seen this church's window?
The Starlight Temple of Truth is an abandoned church located in historic Brush Park.
Founded by Father George Willie Hurley in 1924, Detroit was home to the first Universal Hagar's Spiritual Church. Demolished in 2013.
Craig's Chapel Baptist is an abandoned church on Buchanan street in Detroit.