Christianity in Uttar Pradesh
Christianity is a small minority in Uttar Pradesh, the largest state of India. Uttar Pradesh is within the territory of the Church of North India (a member of the Anglican Communion) and of the Archdiocese of Agra (Roman Catholic Church).
Christianity was first introduced to Uttar Pradesh during the reign of Mughal Emperor Akbar (1556-1605). Akbar was known for his secular theology. He sought out educated Jesuit Priests from Goa and gave them permission to bring Christianity to his people. However, Christianity in this state has long been a tiny, stagnant minority. In recent years many people are baptized, mainly in ProtestantIndia is also called as place for all religion.
During British Raj many people converted to Christianity, most of them employed in Indian Army or Government offices. During the 1857 revolt, many Indian Christians with rebellions to take revenge from the United Kingdom. 
Churches in Uttar Pradesh
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- All Saints Cathedral, Allahabad (Church of North India)
- Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Agra (Roman Catholic)
- St. Jude's Shrine, Jhansi (Roman Catholic)
- Christ Church (Holy Trinity)
- Jamuna Church
- Kanpur Memorial Church
- St. George's Church
- St. Joseph's Church
- St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church
- St. Mary's Church
- Sacred Heart Church, Jhansi Cantonment
List of denominations
- Methodist Church Of India
- Church of North India
- Roman Catholic Church
- Bible Presbyterian Church of India (1) (2)
- Fellowship of Free Baptist Churches in North India (1) (2)
- Reformed Episcopal Church (1) (2)
- The Pentecostal Mission 
- Bethel Pentecostal Church 
Sources: (1) World Christian Encyclopedia; 2nd ed., 2001 Volume 1, p. 368-370; (2) The Encyclopedia of Christianity, Volume 4
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