Renaissance and Baroque styles combine to create one of the most interesting churches in the city. Two huge Corinthian pilasters stand on either side of four Corinthian columns that support a massive portico. Inside the church, the steel-made vaulted ceiling stands free, providing a sweeping view of the elaborately painted ceiling, done by K. Markiewicz in 1926. Since the Holy Trinity Polish Church was built in 1873, it has housed a primarily Polish congregation. While it caters to a more mixed crowd today, some services are still conducted in Polish.