Churches and Cathedrals are not just places of prayer and worship; Churches are visible geographical writings of Christian History, off course written with Bricks and Mortar. Start listening to the Churches, what they have to say, you will understand the past, present and future of Christianity. World Churches is in effort to place Christian Architecture in front of you, so that you can understand Christianity better.
Tuesday, 25 December 2012
The First Presbyterian Church, Railway Road, Faisalabad
First Presbyterian Church, Railway Road, Faisalabad
First Presbyterian Church, Railway Road, Faisalabad was erected in 1902, just after the city of Faisalabad (Lyallpur) was built. Sir. James Loyal, the then governor of Punjab designed the layout of the streets of the Faisalabad in the shape of British flag, The Union Jack. Local landlords, merchants and laborers quickly inhabited the city. First Presbyterian Church Faisalabad is a part of The Presbyterian Church, Pakistan. First Presbyterian Church
was built to meet the needs of worship and fellowship of both the
community living in the city and also of those living in the adjoining
rural areas. Nowadays this is the fastest growing Church the number has
grown by 600% during the last 3 years.