The religious structures in Manistee County are part of the community's rich history and are second to none. Many of these architectural marvels appear on the National Register of Historic Places and are over 100 years old. For more information on tours, contact the visitors center: 877.626.4783.
371 5th Street, Manistee | Catholic
A great representation of gothic architecture in a historic church, Guardian Angels is one of the oldest and most prized historic churches in Manistee County.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
412 4th Street, Manistee
Designed by famed architect William Lebaron Jenney, this Romanesque Church contains two Tiffany windows, two windows which were displayed at the 1893 Columbian Exposition.
CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY
410 2nd Street, Manistee | Episcopal
Built of hewn stone by architect Richard Upjohn, this Norman style church is one of the few in Northern Michigan preserved to this quality. Memorials are here honoring some of Manistee’s most prominent pioneers.
300 Walnut Street, Manistee | Lutheran
This is the oldest existing Danish Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. With its classic Danish architectural influence, this church is now a historic museum featuring an elaborate hand carved altar.
NEW LIFE TABERNACLE
449 5th Street, Manistee | PENTECOSTAL
Considered one of the most beautiful edifices in the City, Unitarian Church (now known as New Life Tabernacle) is situated in the heart of Manistee’s residential district.
ST. MARY'S OF MT. CARMEL
260 St. Mary's Parkway, Manistee | Catholic
Newly constructed in comparison to the list presented here, St. Mary’s was designed to symbolize two hands coming together in prayer. The new lines combined with classic building materials give this church a unique look.
317 4th Street, Manistee | Lutheran
With many of the same lines of Our Savior Lutheran Church, this Danish Lutheran church boasts simple and clean lines, however, constructed with brick as opposed to post and beam construction.
PHOTO GALLERY OF CHURCHES