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What is the history of St Stephens in Hyde Park?

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2004-07-09 12:47:22
2004-07-09 12:47:22

I wondered the same & learned that St. Stephens was originally a Christian Science church. When the congregation dwindled, the building was sold to St. Stephens, and they used it for a number of years, until they, too, could no longer sustain it. It was eventually sold to developers, who plan to turn it into condominiums. The plan has been around for a while, but seems to be going nowhere, while the building continues to deteriorate. Its fine organ is long gone, and it is not being maintained in any way, as far as I can tell. The developers have a plan to keep the facade and put up a very large building behind it. Neighbors have been working with them to get them to modify their design, but it has been a while since we have heard anything about their intentions.

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