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Trinity United Methodist Church (Denver, Colorado)

Trinity United Methodist Church is a historic church at E. 18th Ave. and Broadway in Denver, Colorado.

Trinity United Methodist Church, the first church in Lafayette, Indiana, was established in 1824, before the city was founded. The first meetings were held in the old log courthouse; the church was formally organized in 1827 with ten members. Trinity United Methodist is located at 314 North Sixth Street in Lafayette, Indiana 47901.

Trinity United Methodist Church (Highland Park, Michigan)

The New Mt. Moriah Baptist Church is located at 13100 Woodward Avenue in Highland Park, Michigan in Metro Detroit. It was built in 1922 as the Trinity United Methodist Church, in the Gothic Revival style. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

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