Trinity Episcopal Church is a historic congregation and building, designed by Toledo, Ohio architect Charles Crosby Miller and constructed ca. 1865 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The congregation was organized in 1839 as Christ Church and the name changed in 1844 to Trinity Church. The first church was built on the northwest corner of Berry and Harrison Streets in 1850. It is an example of Gothic Revival architecture.
John D. Beatty Beyond These Stones: a History of Trinity Episcopal Church, Fort Wayne, Indiana Edition: Sesquicentennial ed. Binding: Hardcover Publisher: Trinity Episcopal, Fort Wayne, IN Date published: 1994 ISBN 978-0-9638508-0-5