One of the oldest churches of Shillong, All Saints Church was built during the British Raj. The British were fond of the greenery, waterfalls, hills and forests of Shillong and compared it to Scotland. The church originally was built on Kacheri road but was completely damaged in the year 1897 after an earthquake. Later, a new church was constructed in 1902.
Boasting of a colonial-style architecture, this church has a wooden structure. Located opposite to the State Central Library, this church is the perfect place to spend some peaceful moments with your loved ones and seek the Lord’s blessings. Masses are organized daily but Sunday masses see huge footfall in the morning. Lady Hydari Park, the State Museum, Butterfly Museum and Crinoline Falls are the nearby attractions.