Michigan Mid-Century Modern Churches (page 2)

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First Presbyterian Church
Dearborn, MI
The First Presbyterian Church was designed by Alden B. Dow and built in 1965. [map]

St. Clement Catholic Church
Dearborn, MI
The St. Clement Catholic Church appears to be from the 1960s. The building now houses St. Mary Our Lady Queen of Families. [map]

Christus Victor Lutheran Church [gone]
Dearborn Heights, MI
The Christus Victor Lutheran Church was built in 1963. It was demolished in 2020.

St. Peter's Catholic Church

Better Life Church
Eastpointe, MI
The Better Life Church previously housed the Our Lady of Grace Vietnamese Parish. The church may have been built for Covenant Presbyterian Church in the early 1960s. [map]

Our Lady of
Mt. Carmel
Catholic Church
Emmett, MI
The Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church was built in 1970. [map]

Sisters of Mercy of the Americas Church
Farmington Hills, MI
Costick Center
Farmington Hills, MI
The Sisters of Mercy of the Americas Church was designed by Louis A. Rossetti and built in 1966. The adjacent Costick Activities Center was built around the same time. The Costick Center was originally a church property. It became a private facility in 1992. The bottom photo shows the Sisters of Mercy convent. In 2021, it was announced that that building would be demolished for a senior living center. [map]

More Farmington Hills:
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church