Walled City lahore Authority

Christ Church in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, is a significant historical and religious landmark established during the British colonial period. Built in the 19th century, its foundation stone was laid in 1852, and the church was consecrated in 1854, making it one of the oldest churches in the region. The architecture of Christ Church reflects the colonial Gothic Revival style, featuring pointed arches, vaulted ceilings, and a prominent bell tower constructed from local bricks and stones. Initially serving the Anglican community, the church has been a central place of worship and community activities for the Christian population in Rawalpindi, hosting religious services, weddings, and other ceremonies.

Given its historical and cultural importance, Christ Church has been the focus of various preservation and restoration efforts. The Walled City of Lahore Authority (WCLA) has recently included Christ Church in its conservation projects, aiming to restore and maintain its structural integrity and historical value. These efforts are part of a broader initiative by the WCLA to conserve historical and religious sites across Punjab, ensuring their preservation for future generations. Christ Church stands as a testament to the British colonial presence in Rawalpindi and continues to be a vital cultural and religious site for the local Christian community

Conservation Gallery