Christ Church is located near by the bus stand Kasauli, it was built by the British people. Outstanding structure of the Church ,built in shape of a cross. Christ Church was previously an Anglican church, inaugurated on 24 July 1853. Its situation near the bus stop makes it easy for tourists to pay a visit because they don’t have to go extra mile for finding it out. The church has a big courtyard in the front which is also the driveway for cars that enter. The chestnut trees provide a shadow of solace to the people who want to spend some time taking a stroll to see the architecture.The church contains Spanish and Italian imported stained glass windows depicting Christ, Mary, Saint Barnabas and Saint Francis. The tinted glass window panes are painted with images of Mother Mary, Jesus and spirits of the Almighty. It started attracting the families who resided in Kasauli and soon became the Sunday mass hub where many catholic families met not only for prayer but also for wedding and other occasions. Currently it has space for thirty families to pray at a time. Recently the Clock Tower of Christ Church breathes a new life and the 150 years old clock starts ticking in its glory. When you look at the Christ Church through the camera lens for a moment you may be contemplating any country side church or chapel of Europe. But as your senses resuscitate you realise that you are in a little town in Himachal Pradesh.