These are some of the beautiful churches in Cleveland, OH, and unique buildings that used to be churches. We specifically went looking for the St. Theodosius Orthodox Cathedral (located at 733 Starkweather Avenue in the Tremont area – pictured above), which is a popular one that a lot of people seek out. As we were exploring the city over the two days that we were there, we found several more along the way that I think are worth going to see as well. Especially if you’re like me, and this is one of the things that you keep an eye out for on any trip you go on: beautiful churches, stained glass, and unique architecture.
My only regret is that we didn’t have the time to go inside any of them. If we go back (and I fully intend to at some point because I don’t feel like we saw even a tenth of what this city has to offer), it’s one of the things that I’d like to add to the list. I don’t want to make a house of worship a tourist destination if it’s not open for such, but I’m always in awe of the places that we build to worship and gather together. Even if I just get to see the outside of more of these unique buildings, I’m happy.
So, without further ado, the beautiful churches that I found in Cleveland, OH, along with addresses so that you can find them too.
This building used to be St. Mary’s Romanian Orthodox Church (located at 6201 Detroit Ave.). It’s now owned by the Cleveland Public Theatre.
Are there beautiful churches that you’ve seen in your travels? Let me know – @thenovelturtle – on Instagram.