All Saints’ Church is one of the ancient churches built in 1837 and is regarded as among the most beautiful stone structures constructed in the Western India and the Church has stood witness for more than 150 years to date. The All Saints’ Church, Kirkee, (now known as Khadki) was consecrated in 1837 by Bishop Thomas Carr.
The Church of North India has full communion with the parent bodies of the above churches as well as with the Church of South India and the Mar Thomas Syrian Church. Thus All Saints Church which had an Anglican tradition has thrown its doors open to a much wider section of the Christian Community. We welcome into our membership all those who can fully participate in our church programmes. Hence, you need to take full membership according to the procedures laid down in the Constitution of the Church of North India.
We conduct our worship services in English and usually follow the C.N.I. liturgy. The Church boasts of a vibrant Sunday School, Women’s and Youth Fellowships and a Choir. All these wings are led by talented teachers who take care to p
ay specific attention to the development of these wings of the Church.