ATTENTION: Due to cocerns around COVID-19, All In-Person Services Are Cancelled

Due to the Social distancing guidelines provided by the Federal Government as well as State/Local Governments, all church services, prayer meeting and Fellowship meetings will be done only through Video conference/Telephone conference calls. We will continue with our Sunday School classes and church services once the restrictions are lifted. 

Passion Week Prayer Meetings and Worship Services: 

Monday thru Thursday, Prayer meetings will be held at 9:00 PM using Video/Teleconference facilities. 

Join Video Conferencing thru ZOOM or Teleconferencing by dialing (978) 990-5000; Enter 650346 when prompted. 

For rest of the month, the regularly scheduled Teleconference Prayer meeting will be held on Wednesdays at 9:00 PM. 

Dial: (978) 990-5000; Enter 650346 when prompted. 

On every Saturday, at 10 AM, we will have a teleconference fasting prayer meeting.  

We ask that any individual who is currently sick or has someone at home who is sick to remain at home to help keep our Church family as healthy as possible.

Thank you!


Church of South India

The Church of South India is the result of the union of churches of varying traditions Anglican, Methodist, Congregational, Presbyterian, and Reformed. It was inaugurated in September 1947, after protracted negotiation among the churches concerned. Organized into 22 dioceses, each under the spiritual supervision of a bishop, the church as a whole is governed by a synod, which elects a moderator (presiding bishop) every 2 years. 

Vision of CSI

The Church of South India (CSI) affirms that the purpose of the union is to fulfill the priestly prayer of Jesus Christ, the Lord of the Church "That they all may be one, and that the world may believe that you have sent me". And the Church of South India would become an effective instrument of God's mission so there will be greater peace, closer fellowship and fuller life in the Church and a renewed commitment for the proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ through word and deed.

CSI Motto

The motto comes from John 17:21

"That they all may be one; that all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I am in you. (John 17:21)", is an inclusive affirmation which explicitly shows Christ being the center and the church, his body.  Since it is also, the prayer of the Church that it is not only churches but all people of India to be united, a prayer for national integration is well taken care of in the emblem.

CSI Logo

The cross is red (for life) and the lotus is saffron (for holiness).

The cross represents Jesus' death for us, bringing freedom from sin. The other design in the logo is the lotus flower from India, which is a traditional picture of God being near us. The lotus grows out of mud, like the beauty and purity that can grow in our lives out of Jesus' sacrifice. 

Mission of CSI 

The Church of South India affirms that the Church is the Servant of God to carry on the mission rooted in Jesus Christ based on the Scriptures. The Church through her mission expresses solidarity with the broken communities for a new hope to face the challenges of life. The Cross continuous to be the sign of hope for the witnessing Church, which strives towards Unity, Peace and Reconciliation as a vibrant Channel of God.





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