The Milwaukee Region offers numerous places of worship for all denominations, including several historical landmarks. You can search for places of worship in the Milwaukee Region here, or search the denominational Web sites listed below.
Historic Places of Worship
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church (shown above)
The Basilica of Saint Josaphat is a Minor Basilica created by Pope Pius XI in 1929 (the third church so honored in the United States). Patterned after St. Peter's in Rome, it has all the elements of a classical Romanesque basilica and is recognized by the city of Milwaukee as an officially designated landmark.
Holy Hill, located 30 miles northwest of
The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist has been the seat of the Catholic
Archdiocese of Milwaukee for 150 years. The Cathedral is designed in an austere German style known as Zopfstil and
built of Milwaukee brick. The Cathedral has
been designated a Milwaukee landmark and is listed in the National Register
of Historical Places.
Denominational Web Sites
Assemblies of God
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Interfaith Conference of Greater
Lutheran Church Missouri Synod South Wisconsin District
Milwaukee Shambala Center
Milwaukee Zen Center
Orthodox Church of
Soka Gakkai International -
Southern Baptist Convention