Fort Street Presbyterian Church

Fort Street Presbyterian Church

Second Presbyterian Church was organized in 1849 by the Reverend Robert K. Kellogg and twenty-six charter members. The present limestone building dedicated in 1855, was designed by Octavius and Albert Jordan in Gothic Revival style. Renamed Fort Street Presbyterian Church, it has survived two severe fires, in 1876 and 1914. Still substantially unchanged, it is one of Detroit's oldest churches.
photo of Fort Street Presbyterian Church

Registered Site L0101
Erected 1971

Location: 631 West Fort
Detroit, Wayne County

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Latitude: 42.327643, Longitude: -83.054101

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