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St. Andrew Cathedral (and St. Ambrose Chapel)
267 Sheldon S.E.
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503
Kent County
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Date Built: 1876

Architect: John Grady

Architect’s City: Grand Rapids, MI

Date of Alterations: 1901


Architect of Alterations: Erhard Brielmaier and Sons; Harry Mead

Alterations Architect’s City: Milwaukee, WI; Grand Rapids

Number of Pictorial Windows: 28

Number of Non-pictorial Windows: 10

Archival Sources: John W. McGee: St. Andrew's Church: 1876-1976, Grand Rapids, 1976. Charles W. Popell, St. Andrew's Church: 1876-1976, Grand Rapids, 1976. St. Ambrose Chapel of St. Andrew Cathedral, 267 Sheldon S.E., Grand Rapids, MI 49503 Contact person: Anne Gurecki, business mgr. Phone: 616-456-1454 Constructed: 1963 Architect: Harry Mead, Grand Rapids Pictorial windows: 6 Non-pictorial: 2 Charles W. Popell: St. Andrews Church: 1876-1976, Grand Rapids, 1976, pp. 25-29.

Building Notes: Designed by Grand Rapids architect John Grady, the original church was completed in 1876 and named as a cathedral in 1883. After a fire in 1901, reconstruction on a larger scale followed the Gothic Revival plans of Ernest Brielmaier and Sons of Milwaukee. Later additions in 1938, 1961 and 1980-81 added even more space and features.

Window of the Month December 2002
Window of the Month October 2005
Window of the Month January 2008

Cathedral of St. Andrew
MSGC: 1995.0028

Census Coordinator:
Thomas R. Bochniak

Studio Name
Zettler (F. X.) Studios
Mayer (Franz) and Company

St. Michael
The Giving of the Keys to Peter
The Raising of Lazarus
Presentation of the Child Jesus in the Temple