Churches in Pune

There are many places that need to be visited and explored in Pune. Among these are churches and cathedrals in the sprawling city. With many exciting spots and places to enjoy in the city, the tourists can watch and enjoy several churches in Pune that were built by the British and Europeans. If you are visiting Pune for the first time then it is better to go through the important places in the city in the travel guide of this city. The churches stood tall in the testing times and still attract many visitors here. Below mentioned are details of churches in Pune.

English Churches in Pune

All Saints Church in Pune


In 1869 All Saints Church was constructed in the British rule and the then Governor was a regular to the church. The flags are still conserved with much care. The glasses are crafted with beautiful designs with colors. The glasses and the wooden articles were brought from Europe other parts of the world. The structure is built with stones except the pulpit and it is beautiful to watch. The church still preserve the records of birth, marriage, death certificates issued from the year 1869. The church holds prayers in English, Marathi, Malalam and Marothma.

Address:
All Saints Church
Mumbai- Pune Road
Khadki, Pune – 3

Methodist Marathi Church in Pune


The church was built by an American Methodist Missionary and the church started from the follower's house in 1872. The first building was dedicated in 1886 by a Reverent. The renovated Oldham memorial church opened in 1971. The new building is fitted with glass which is full of pictures. The other things that need to be seen are the Cross, Alfa and Omega on the table, 7 Light and Greek Cross.

Address:
Methodist Marathi Church
Opposite to Hotel Grand Darbar
East Street, Pune -1

The Church of the Holy Name in Pune


The history of church goes back to 1885. A tourist wrote in 1917 that this church will stand second coming. The church is built with bricks on the basilica. The Church's tower is 130-feet high. The clock tower has eight bells. 'Jesus' is inscribed on the bells which were made in England.

Address:
The Church of Holy Name
No.4. Guruwar Peth
Punch Haudh, Pune-42

Christ Church in Pune


This Church is one of the biggest in the state of Maharashtra and it has 2,000 members on its roll. In1831, a missionary established the Church. In the beginning the prayers were conducted in bungalows of schools, missionaries and in a place which is taken on rent in a nearby street. A new building for the church was constructed in 1895 with more space and further extension was done in 1979. The administration started a kindergarten section in 1989 and later upgraded into high school.

Address:
Christ Church
381, Rasta Peth,
Pune -11

Here are some more churches and cathedrals in Pune, that you would be interested in visiting.

Diocese of Poona

1B Prince of Wales Drive
Pune

Good Shepherd
No 1B Napier road
Pune- 411011

Holy Cross
Ward no 3, Dapodi,
Pune - 411 012

Immaculate Conception
Quarter gate, 433 Nana Peth,
Pune – 411 002

Infant Jesus
Sector 20, Pondta, Krishnanagar,
Pune – 411 019

Our Lady of Perpetual Help
No 1 Todiwala roads,
Pune - 411 001

Sacred Heart
Don Bosco Marg, Yervada,
Pune - 411 006

St. Anthony
Model Colony
Shivaji Nagar, Pune - 411 016

St. Francis de Sales
Panch Mile, Shaanwadi Nagar road
Pune - 411 014

St. Francis Xavier
Chinch wad,
Pune - 411 019

St.Igance
No. 45, Gen. Thimayya Road, Kirkee
Pune – 411 003

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    Derek Michael from Mumbai 1064 Days ago

    I never linger to visit all saint churche whenever am i in Pune.

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