Nestled in the rolling countryside of eastern Michigan, the Christian Memorial Cultural Center is located in the small town of Rochester Hills, a suburb of Detroit. Established in 1977, this well maintained property is close in proximity to both I-75 and Michigan Highway 59.
Known for its charm and strong sense of community, the area that comprises the village of Rochester Hills, as well as neighboring Rochester, has a rich history that dates back to the 1820s. Enjoying the outdoors is a favorite pastime of the friendly residents of the area, especially along the Paint Creek Trail, a picturesque locale for hiking or biking. The trail winds through highlands, pastures and wetlands and follows the old Penn Central Railroad route up the Paint Creek Valley.
Just a short distance from the charm of Rochester Hills is the vibrant city of Detroit, known as the automotive capital of the world. Famous for its industry, sports teams, musical history and cultural events, the Detroit Metro area is teeming with the activity of one of the most loved cities in the world. But when you enter the gates of the Christian Memorial Cultural Center, and step onto the beautifully landscaped property, a peaceful haven awaits.