Welcome to the Cathedral
We invite you to tour Historic Trinity Lutheran Church. You are always welcome to take a real tour, but sometimes that is not possible. We have arranged a virtual tour for you to take
Click Here for the Virtual Walking Tour
Or you may simply click on the text links below, and you will be taken to a documentary about that topic at Historic Trinity. If you would like more in-depth information, consult our Architecture and Artifacts Booklets which can be ordered through our Secure Server.
Historic Trinity Architecture - The Interior is a virtual tour of the interior of the Cathedral and its meaning.
Historic Trinity Architecture - Figures and Symbols is a virtual tour of the many figures and symbols inside the Cathedral.
Historic Trinity Architecture - The Chancel is a virtual tour of the altar and other items in the chancel.
Historic Trinity Organ is a virtual tour of our E.M. Skinner Organ and the talented organists and Directors of Music Historic Trinity has been blessed with over the years.
Historic Trinity Bells gives you a "tour" of the interior and exterior bell towers and a history of The Bells of Historic Trinity.
Historic Trinity Architecture - The Exterior give you an overview of the stone figures found on the exterior of the Cathedral
The Eberhard Room hosts the many exquisite dollhouses built by Dr. David Eberhard and a pictorial history of his family and professional life. It is a "must" to visit at Historic Trinity.
LCMS President Dr. Matthew Harrison takes us on an impromptu tour of Historic Trinity Lutheran Church after wrapping up the Lutheran Malaria Initiative press conference in Detroit on June 27, 2011. Dr. Harrison said,
"Historic Trinity is one of the greatest sanctuaries of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod . Everywhere you turn, there is art and artifacts that take your mind up to the heavens. Before you build a new church , or upgrade your present church, you need to come and see Historic Trinity Lutheran Church in Detroit. Come here to the place that causes your thoughts to transcend - it tells you divine things are happening here. The Gospel is given to you, and you are sent out to serve."