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Saratoga Springs church sells off property

Proceeds to help fund construction of parish hall

Bethesda Episcopal Rev. Marshall Vang at the vacant property next to the church where the church will expand on Washington St. in Saratoga has been sold.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Bethesda Episcopal Rev. Marshall Vang at the vacant property next to the church where the church will expand on Washington St. in Saratoga has been sold.
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Faced with an evolving cityscape and several deteriorating buildings, Bethesda Episcopal Church is selling three pieces of prime real estate — including a 104 acres overlooking Saratoga Lake — to fund a new parish hall adjoining its iconic Washington Street sanctuary. The congregation recently closed on a deal that transferred its historic parish hall to the owners of the Adelphi Hotel on Broadway and will soon close on another to also sell them its rectory. ...


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