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The CSI Immanuel Cathedral, Ernakulam (formerly known as CSI Immanuel Church under the Diocese of North Kerala of the Church of South India ) was dedicated more than 110 years ago. The site, originally comprising 56 cents, was bought in 1905 by Rev. J.H. Bishop and the original church was built largely through his efforts, in memory of Rev. E.B. Russel who was a missionary of the Church of England in
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Warm greetings in the precious Name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!!!!
Almighty God has graciously given us one more Month, September, 2020, in our lives. As far as the Church of South India is concerned, the month of September is very much important. It was on 27th of September 1947, three great churches, S I U C, Methodist church and Anglican Church, with four different faith traditions, which are congregationalism, Presbyterianism, Methodism and Anglicanism decided to unite together and become one church and travel together in their pilgrimage; consequently The Church of South India came into being. Though we are observing 27th September of every year as C. S. I. Day, it is doubtful whether we are celebrating it with proper understanding and commitment. As we are going to celebrate another C S I Day, we must take this criticism seriously, that the church did not give much importance to the History of the Church. And that we failed to idealize the vision and the commitment of great visionaries who envisaged a great Indian Church, and also failed to exalt the greatness and the uniqueness of the Church of South India, as a united Indian Church.