List of churches in Mumbai

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This is a list of Cathedrals, Churches and Basilica in Mumbai, The list focuses on the more permanent churches and buildings which identify themselves as places of Christian worship. The denominations appended are those by which they self-identify.

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Church name Location Dedication Founded Denomination Notes
Cathedral of the Holy Name Colaba -- 1902 Roman Catholic Church is the seat of the Roman catholic Archbishop of Bombay and headquarters of the Archdiocese of Bombay
Triumphant Bible Church[1] Mumbai - 1998 Believers' Church
Church of Our Lady of Dolours, Wadala Wadala Mother Mary 1937 Roman Catholic Church is primarily set for local East Indians people
Church of Our Lady of Health, Cavel Kalbadevi Mother Mary 1812 Roman Catholic It was originally built by the Portuguese in 1794,
Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Bandra Bandra Mother Mary 1894 Roman Catholic It was built in 1894 by Jesuit Missionaries
Gloria Church Byculla Mother Mary 1913 Roman Catholic on one of the oldest Roman Catholic church in Mumbai; its predecessor was built by the Portuguese Franciscans in 1632
Holy Cross Church, Kurla Kurla -- 1913 Roman Catholic It was built during the Portuguese era by the Jesuits in 1588 and rebuilt in 1848. It is one of the oldest churches in Mumbai
Mount Mary Church, Bandra Bandra Mother Mary 1913 Roman Catholic More commonly known as Mount Mary Church, is a Roman Catholic Minor Basilica draws lakhs of devotees and pilgrims annually
Our Lady of Egypt Church Kalina Mother Mary 1606 Roman Catholic church was founded in 1606 and celebrated its 400th anniversary in mid-2006
Church of Our Lady of Good Counsel & Shrine of St. Anthony, Sion Sion Mother Mary 1596 Roman Catholic is one of the oldest churches built by the Portuguese Franciscans. initially known in Portuguese, Nossa Senhora de Bom Concelho,
Our Lady of Immaculate Conception Church, Mt. Poinsur Borivali Mother Mary 1547 Roman Catholic Built in 1544, ten years after the Bombay-Baçaim coastal tracts were ceded by the Sultan of Cambay, Bahadur Shah, to Portugal by the Treaty of Baçaim
The Church of Our Lady of Salvation - Dadar Dadar Mother Mary 1596 Roman Catholic Popularly referred to as Portuguese Church, is one of the oldest church was originally built in 1596 by the Portuguese Franciscans who called it Nossa Senhora da Salvação. The present structure, constructed between 1974 and 1977
Sacred Heart Church, Santacruz Santacruz -- 1936 Roman Catholic The church, founded in 1936, is a Grade III heritage structure
St. Andrew's Church Bandra St. Andrew 1575 Roman Catholic is one of the oldest churches in Mumbai, Originally built by the Portuguese Jesuits in 1575. It stands on the sea-shore of the Bandra and was the only church there till the first quarter of the 17th century.
St. John the Baptist Church Marol St. John 1579 Roman Catholic St. John the Baptist Church is an abandoned and ruined church presently located within the SEEPZ Industrial Area, The church was abandoned in 1840 after an epidemic hit the village.
St. Joseph's Church, Juhu Juhu St. Joseph 1853 Roman Catholic --
St. Michael's Church Mahim Michael (archangel) 1973 Roman Catholic The church was originally built by the Portuguese in 1534. Initially known as San Miguel, it is the oldest Portuguese Franciscan church in Mumbai. It was rebuilt a number of times; the present structure dating to 1973.
The Church of St. John the Evangelist Navy Nagar St. Joseph 1865 Protestant Churches Better known as the Afghan Church, built by the British to commemorate the dead of the First Afghan War and the disastrous 1842 retreat from Kabul. also record casualties from the Second Anglo-Afghan War.
St. Thomas Cathedral Navy Nagar Thomas the Apostle 1718 Protestant Churches is the cathedral church of the Diocese of Mumbai of the Church of North India.
All Saints' Church, Malabar Hill Malabar Hill -- 1881 Church of North India/Anglican Originally built to provide a closer alternative to the congregation that had to travel to St. Thomas Cathedral in Fort.
Ambroli Church Girgaon -- 1832 Church of North India
Emmanuel Church, Mumbai Grant Road -- 1869 Church of North India
Church of St Andrew and St Columba Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai -- 1819 Church of Scotland
Messiah Assemblies of God Navi Mumbai, Old Panvel , Navi Mumbai -- 2015 AG Assemblies of God


  1. ^ "Triumphant Bible Church".