Timings : 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Constructed By : East India Company
Sunday Service : Summer: 8:30 AM
Winter: 9:30 AM
Built In : 1821
Highlight : Oldest British church in North India
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The Saint John's Church of Meerut is one of the oldest churches in Northern India and also one of the biggest with 3000 people seating capacity. The church is built on a very traditional style and has lush greenery surrounded by it. The motto of the parish is Unity, Witness, and Service which is strictly followed there.
Built in 1819, the St John's Church offers a spectacular look at the unique history of Meerut. From being a site of revolt to a confluence of religions, it is a landmark in Meerut for many reasons. It was constructed by the East India Company between 1819 and 1821 and comes under the diocese of Agra.
The tall columns and distinct architectural style make it a popular tourist destination in the city. Built in the cantonment area, the military remnants are apparent as well. The church compound also houses the St John's Cemetery.
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