The British family who found the town of Kasauli were also the ones to build this church. It is located close to the main bus stand. A spectacular structure and an exemplary specimen of Victorian architecture, this church is built in the shape of a cross. Surrounded by a grove of beautiful fig and chestnut trees this church is the place of worship for nearly 30 families currently. It is a major tourist attraction in Kasauli which was included under the Churches of North India (CNI) in 1970 and is administered by the diocese of Amritsar. It was earlier referred to as the Anglican Church.