Official Website of CSI Parish Kattakada, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala

Official Website of CSI Parish Kattakada, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
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    Altar, CSI Parish Kattakada

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    Parish Premises

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    CSI Kattakada - old premises

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    CSI Parish, Kattakada

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    CSI Parish, Kattakada

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    Old Altar, CSI Parish Kattakada

Welcome to the Official Website of CSI Kattakada

A parish is the epitome and symbol of Christian love and fellowship. It was the divine will to found this parish in the heart of a small town which is growing rapidly. Our church and the laity could exercise a great influence on all shades of life in the society we live. The present generation strives hard to uphold this heritage and hand it over to the posterity.    

The CSI Parish in Kattakada was established in 1846 by the pioneering missionary Rev. John Cox.  It is one of the biggest parishes in South Kerala Diocese with more than 650 families in its fold. 

    Over the years our Parish has served the society in many meaningful ways and has been a powerful instrument in social and educational development

News and Events

Announcements & Activities as on 25.10.2015

For more information, please contact Rev. R.S. Suresh Kumar (Mob.9995364451) or Rev. Saji N. Stewart, Asst. Vicar (Mob. 8281620414).

1.   Renovation of Pavements: A portion of the pavements around our parish has been renovated with inter-locking tiles, to prevent their frequent decay.
2.    Fun Games: The Sunday School has organised “Fun Games” on 25.10.2015, after the Sunday Service. It provided entertainment as well as intellectual test to the students and teachers alike.
3.   World Sunday School Day: This year’s World Sunday School Day will be celebrated on 8th November. Ordinarily, the Day is being celebrated the world over on the first Sunday of November. However, the permission of authorities has not  been granted to conduct the rally on this day because of the on-going elections to the local self government institutions in Kerala. Hence, the celebrations have been postponed to the second week of November.