John's Church was founded in the year 1863, the Church happens
to be the oldest shrine in the city. This Protestant Church
was the first church to be built in Dalhousie. Its
architectural design is Victorian.
With memories of the British regime, this Protestant Church in
Dalhousie is a reminiscent of the Victorian era. It was
Constructed during the rule of Britishers in India, this
church was founded by the protestant missionaries. Located
amidst beautiful natural backdrop, this church is one of the
most visited churches of the town. This soaring formation is a
copy of the Roman Catholic Church of England. It was located
on the Gandhi Chowk which is about 2 kms from the main bus
stand of Dalhousie, this stylish building bear historical
significance. Tourists can reach there by taxi or on foot.
Regular Prayer Services are held every Sunday in the Church.
This is the oldest of the five churches in Dalhousie and
carries immense historical significance. The church is famous
for its wonderful stained glass work.
The place is not only popular among the devotees and
religiously inclined people, but also among history lovers,
tourists and avid readers. In addition, a library is also
situated nearby this church. The Church library houses a rich
collection of books and rare photographs, which exactly
describe the history and culture of Dalhousie. This striking
structure is situated in the surroundings of beautiful
surroundings. Though tainted, the stain glass portholes of
this Church add to the beauty.