If Detroit can be said to have sacred ground, it is 12th and Clairmount – ground zero for the 1967 civil unrest that many Black residents refer to as anContinue reading “Deadline Detroit: Near A Notorious Detroit Corner, The Congregation Signals A New Beginning”
An historic church is getting a second chance at bringing people together as the Congregation opens Thursday in Detroit, serving as a cafe, bar and rental space. Read the fullContinue reading “The Detroit News: Community cafe the Congregation opens Thursday in Detroit neighborhood”
The Congregation may seem like a strange name for a coffee house, but once you step inside its doors you totally get it: the feeling of sanctuary. Read the full articleContinue reading “Detroit Is It: Welcome to The Congregation: Former Detroit Church Turned Coffee Haven”
https://wwjnewsradio.radio.com/articles/news/the-congregation-detroit-church-to-re-open-as-cafe-bar DETROIT (WWJ) – A new business is getting ready to open in Detroit that you could say is “heaven sent.” A couple of Detroit entrepreneurs believe some old hallowed groundContinue reading “WWJ News Radio: The Congregation: Historic Detroit Church To Re-Open As Cafe, Bar”
https://www.fox2detroit.com/video/657095 Betsy Murdoch lives in Detroit’s Boston Edison neighborhood. This is her church or what was a churc now about to reopen as a coffee shop-restaurant.
Neighbors work together to renovate Detroit historic church and offer coffee, café, cocktails and community DETROIT. February 18, 2020–The Congregation, located at 9321 Rosa Parks Blvd. in Detroit, will open onContinue reading “The Congregation to Open March 5 in Boston-Edison/Atkinson Neighborhoods”
A cafe is set to open in a 1920s-built church in Detroit. The Congregation, on the edge of the city’s Boston-Edison neighborhood, will serve coffee, pastries and small bites. It’sContinue reading “Crains Detroit: The Congregation cafe and bar to open in old church in Boston-Edison”
A gorgeous circa 1920s church in Detroit’s Boston-Edison is being revived as a coffee shop, bar, and community event space called the Congregation on Thursday, March 5. Read the full article here.