The Trimulgherry Church is popularly known as the All Saints Church and is part of the Church of South India. The church is located in Trimulgherry in Secunderabad. The church was initially a Garrison Church and had Army Chaplains presiding over various ceremonies and functions. Post independence the church was turned over to the authorities of Church of South India. It is an Anglican church and has plenty of Tamilians attending the services that are offered each week in both English and Tamil languages.
The Church is popular among tourists because of its unique Gothic structure that comprises of a tower belfry and several spires. A delicate and beautiful stained glass window (illustrating Jesus with the cross) serves as the altar piece. This piece goes back to 1884 and was installed here in memory of Lt Edward Dawson of the Royal Artillery. The church gained international recognition when Queen Elizabeth II visited it in the year 1983.