Churches in Karachi | Churches Near Me Karachi

Churches in Karachi: A church building is commonly known as a Church. It is building that is commonly used for religious and worship activities. The term church in its architectural sense is simple used by the Christian. A place for Christian which is refers their religious building, and this can be used by other religion. Traditionally architecture of church is often constructed in the shape of a Christian cross.

Churches in Karachi

Churches In Pakistan
The capital of the province of Sindh is Karachi. Karachi is one of the largest and the most populous metropolitan city of country Pakistan. It is the most main part city of our country. Karachi is the 6th largest metropolitan area of world.

list of churches in KARACHI:

  • Our Lady of Fatima Church
  • Holy Trinity Cathedral
  • Sacred Heart Church
  • St. Jude’s Church
  • St. Lawrence’s Church,
  • St. Patrick’s Cathedral
  • St Paul’s Parish
  • St. Peter’s Church
  • St Andrew’s Church
  • St. Anthony’s Parish
  • Saint Francis of Assisi Paris
  • St. Paul’s Church

Our Lady of Fatima Church in Karachi: 

Our Lady Fatima Church is the only church that is located in Karachi which has an amazing circular architectural design and purely built in accordance with the guidelines that provided by the Second Vatican Council.

Holy Trinity Cathedral Church in Karachi:

Holy Trinity Cathedral is the seat of the Church of Pakistan Diocese of Karachi. And this church is situated on Fatima Jinnah Road, near Zainab Market, in Karachi.

Sacred Heart Church In Karachi:

Sacred Heart Church is nearly a 150-year-old church in a parish of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Karachi in Pakistan. On 18 September 18, Archbishop Evarist pinto and eight priests celebrated Mass for over a thousand people to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Church.

St. Peter’s Church In Karachi:

St. Peter’s Church is the largest Catholic Church in Karachi Sindh, Pakistan. This St. Peter’s Church was built in more or less 11 months, covers an area of nearly 1,858 square meters and can seat more or less 5,000 people. It stands over 24 meters in height. All the windows are of Stained Glass depicting different religious events.

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