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St. Cyprian Episcopal Church $800/month

  • Lease Opportunity The property is available for lease. Services can start at 11:30 AM on Sunday, and a mid week service is available (6114 28th Street, Detroit). The renter would be sharing the building with the owner.
    Lease Price $1,600 per month for the sanctuary (sanctuary, fellowship hall, classroom, kitchen and office)
    $800 per month for the auxiliary sanctuary (sanctuary, office and 3 classrooms)

    Church, Fellowship Hall, and Classroom Description

    Size

    The sanctuary, fellowship hall, and classrooms total approx. 10,000 square feet

    Sanctuary Description

    Capacity

    approx. 200 persons The sanctuary is approx. 80 ft by 30 ft The choir stand is located at the rear of the altar

    Fellowship Hall Description

    Kitchen Area

    1 stove, 1 refrigerator, 1 freezer and 4 sinks (kitchen is located adjacent to the fellowship hall with serving windows for ease in meal preparation and serving). The overall size of the kitchen is approx. 23 ft. by 16 ft.

    Fellowship Hall Size

    44 ft. by 30 ft. with with the adjacent kitchen. The fellowship hall is beneath the sanctuary.

    Auxiliary Sanctuary Description

    This room is approx. 30 ft by 38 feet and is located in the lower level. The auxiliary pastor’s office is located next to this room.

    Classrooms

    3 small classrooms are located next the altar in this room.

    Offices

    An office can be made available for the pastor to use during normal business hours of the owner.

    Parking Lot Description

    Size

    The on site fenced parking lot has room for 40 cars.

    Heating and Cooling

    The auxiliary sanctuary has a boiler for warm water radiant heat. The church sanctuary is air conditioned in addition to heating.

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    138.70 square miles
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    951,270 (2000 census)
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Bill Skubik
Bill Skubik
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  • Office: (734) 604-6222
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