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Landon Moore – Ordination – Sacred Order of Deacons – February 23rd 11:00 a.m.

Landon Moore ordained to the Sacred Order of Deacons on Saturday, February 23, at 11:00 a.m. at Bethesda.  Congratulations Landon!

Update from Sr. Warden – 1/6/2019

Click here to read the 1/6/2019 update from the Sr. Warden

Bethesda Newsletter – Advent 2018

Bethesda Newsletter – Advent 2018


Click here to see our latest newsletter – The Voice Advent 2018

Preserving Bethesda’s Stained Glass

Christian Education Schedule 2018-2019

Click here for the Christian Education Schedule for 2018-2019

A History of Bethesda Episcopal Church

Order Your Copy of A History of Bethesda Episcopal Church: Worship and Healing in Saratoga Springs, New York

Bethesda Episcopal Church was formally established in 1830. This book celebrates the significant spiritual presence of this church in many lives for nearly two hundred years.

Within its pages, you will find fascinating stories and photographs that document the life of Bethesda in the midst of wars, social upheavals, and celebrations. A diverse group of people, including Bethesda communicants and others in the community, authored the chapters.

This beautiful hard cover book, with a dust jacket, sewn binding and acid-free paper, includes 336 pages plus an 8-page color insert. It also includes many historical photos from the church archive as well as more recent photos.

This is a limited edition, so be sure to order soon to reserve your copy.  The retail price is $64.20 (includes tax) per copy.

To submit an order:


Donations via PayPal

Bethesda Episcopal Church is now a participant of PayPal! You can now make your gift to Bethesda by clicking on the “Donate” button on the right or going to and choosing as the payee.

Weekly Service Bulletin

Weekly Service Bulletin for March 17, 2019 The Second Sunday in Lent

Service bulletins can also be found here

Memorial – Thank Offering Opportunity

We all enjoy the beautiful altar flowers! Please telephone the Parish Office if you would like to make a memorial or thank offering.