** Summer Service timings - English Sung Eucharist at 08.00 AM * Tamil Sung Eucharist at 9.35 AM** Hindi Service at 11:15 AM | Winter Service timings - English Sung Eucharist at 08.30 AM * Tamil Sung Eucharist at 10.05 AM** Hindi Service at 11:45 AM **

The story of the Cathedral Church of the Redemption India revolves around its journey from an Englishman's congregation to a multicultural one. In its diversity and its community work, the present Church has come to fulfil the founders' vision of a common home, a meeting place for all sects and creeds.

Tucked away from the bustle of New Delhi, in the quiet Church lane north of Jaipur Column and to the west of Parliament House at North Avenue, stands the Cathedral Church of the Redemption India. The Church's centralized plan blends neatly with Sir Edwin Lutyens city plan. With Viceroy Lord Irwin's keen support, the Church, built on Henry Alexander Medd's (1892-1977) design, was opened for public worship on Sunday, 18 January 1931. H.A.N. Medd's design was inspired by the Palladio Church of Il Redentore in Venice as well as Lutyens Hampstead church.

The Church, a witness to nearly eight decades of history, is a sanctuary of quiet meditation, prayer and generous giving. It is home to a vibrant parish and a wonderful tribute to Indian Christian life.

Rev.Dr.Paul Swarup with Most Rev.P.K.Samataroy, Moderator of Church of North India

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