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Christmas is not only about having food, partying around with friends but most importantly it is the time when we all take blessings from Jesus and Mother Mary and celebrate the birth of almighty. So, get the feel and blessing of both from these 5 Churches in Delhi you can visit this 25th.
1. Sacred Heart Cathedral Chruch
Sacred Heart Cathedral is one of the oldest churches in Delhi and has a special place in everyone’s heart when it comes to Christmas. The beautiful lights and decorations around Christmas make this place a must come at this time. You will surely get a good vibe while visiting this place when especially the midnight mass and carol are singing jingle songs.
Where | Connaught Place
2. St. Alphonsa’s Church
Named after the first woman saint, St. Alphonsa’s Church is situated among one of the most pretty areas of the city with trees covering the area. People often come here to enjoy their Sunday prayer and when it comes to Christmas, they don’t leave a hinge to decorate the Church.
Where | Vasant Kunj
3. Cathedral Church of Redemption
This Chruch is famous for its beautiful Midnight mass which is sung in different languages. Whereas this church is said to be there for almost 80 decades. The beautiful interior and exterior with warm colours make this place feel royalty.
Where | North Avenue
4. St. James Church
Built by Colonel James Skinner in 1836, this church is also famous by the name Skinner’s Church and is the oldest Church in Delhi. Talking about the structure, the big tall yellow and white building stands straight near Kashmiri gate and brightens up near the Christmas season.
Where | Mori Gate
5. St. Mary’s Church
St. Marry’s Catholic Church is said to be another beautiful church in Old Delhi that just glows amazingly during Christmas. The aesthetic exterior and interior make this place worthy to come and enjoy the midnight mass. The place is differently situated from the hustle and crowd of Chandni Chowk but you can see people coming here specially on Christmas.
Where | Mukherjee Marg
Start your festive holidays by coming to these aesthetic churches in Delhi!
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