If you have followed my posts for a while you know I am a sucker for old stone buildings. They have a natural feel to them being constructed from local stones and they seem like they would stand for a long time as stones don’t really decay like wood or other modern materials.
I saw this old stone church in Croswell that even had a historical marker standing in front of it. The marker reads:
This picturesque cobblestone building constructed in 1898 serves as the Croswell chapel of the Trinity Episcopal Church. Its interior features wooden arches and a rood screen between the nave and the chancel. This structure formerly called Christ Church replaced the county’s first Episcopal church building erected nearby in 1870. Among the prominent citizens attending and supporting the present church were the families of lumber barons Wildman Mills, Truman Moss, and Joseph Gaige.
The old historic church is now used as the Croswell Community Center.
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