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  • LocationGeneral Kumaramangalam Colony, Kolathur, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

  • Opening Hours Monday -Sunday: 6.00 AM - 6.30 PM

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Christ The King Church Chennai

Chennai is the seat of various religious beliefs. Chennai is home to many churches, mosques and temples. Chennai has been an important center of Christian missionary activities during the colonial days. The churches bear the evidence of the rich cultural and religious heritage that Chennai has witnessed in the past.

Christ The King Church, Chennai is one of the eminent churches in Chennai. The church is located near Loyola College campus. Every day the mass is attend by students and people of the neighboring areas.

Christ The King Church, Chennai:

Christ The King Church, Chennai was designed by an Indian mason. The gothic structure of the church is the main attraction of the church. The church is positioned in the middle of the college campus. It was built in 1933 and is also called the Loyola Chapel. The church is 150 by 60 feet with stained glass windows. The unique structure of the church makes it stand out from the rest.

Various social contracts like marriages are held in this church. The green vegetation and the ancient structure of the church attract tourists from different corners of the country.

The cross on the top of the monument can be reached by the 157 feet stairway leading to the top. Various festivals and carnivals are celebrated in this church. Tourists can experience the colorful carnivals that keep the place populated with tourists, all through the year.

The pointed arches, the ribbed vaults, rose windows, three-aisle naves and the flying walls are the characteristics of the church that make it dissimilar from the other churches in Chennai. The local tour packages offer trips to the church and the tourists can attend the mass and enjoy the pious ambience.