The Catholic Church, a very popular attraction of Covelong, was built during the early days of colonial rule. It stands today, amidst changing times, a symbol of endurance. The church has seen the earliest days of colonial rule in India and has also been witness to several important events over the course of its history. Devotees throng to the church at all times of the year.
The Church is a towering structure and serves as an important landmark in the village. The architecture of this manmade marvel has been preserved to a great extent and is also a place that would enlighten the aficionado about the times that Covelong has passed through.