Another one of the historical Patna churches, St. Luke’s Church was built under the supervision of Capt. Thompson of the East India Company. It’s a spacious place of worship that stands covering an area of over 4046 sq. m. Dating back to the 18th-century, this lovely church has remained witness to several turbulent episodes of history. During the uprising of 1857, a number of barracks were constructed around the church to provide shelter for the soldiers. The majestic church exhibits the colonial-era architectural style while a number of carvings done on wooden sheets add to its beauty. If you want to spend some serene moments away from the hustle and bustle of the city, you must include St. Luke’s Church in your list of places to visit in Patna.
Location: Danapur Cantonment, Patna