Good Shepherd Church Kottayam

Good Shepherd Church Kottayam is one of the must see tourist attractions of the city. Everything about Good Shepherd Church Kottayam, from its history to its architecture is very interesting.

It has been gathered from the history of Good Shepherd Church in Kottayam that it was constructed in the year, 1882. Later in 1964 the church was renovated to restore its grandeur and original brilliance.

Good Shepherd Church is eminent as the first church under the important Diocese of Vijayapuram. The architecture of the church has been largely influenced by Italian designs and patterns. Visitors are overwhelmed with the beauty and grandeur of the church.

The location of Good Shepherd Church in Kottayam is very convenient as it well connected with many parts of the state. There are regular trains and buses to Kottayam. The church is located at the backside of Kottayam's civil station. Most people prefer to visit the church between September and March.

One of the key attractions of the church is the annual feast of Good Shepherd Church in Kottayam. Every year it is held with a great deal of devotion in the church between 10th and 12th April. Another significant feast is that of Saint Sebastian that is held every year on January 20th. Christians from the neighboring districts of Kerala visit the church in large numbers on the days of these important feasts.

Good Shepherd Church Kottayam is very popular just like all the important pilgrim centers of Kerala.

Last Updated on 05 May 2011



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