Medak Church is located in Medak town of Andhra Pradesh. The church belongs to the Diocese of Medak and is a cathedral for the same since 1947. The church was built by the Methodist Christians of India and was established in the year 1924 by Reverend Charles Walker Prosnett who was a follower of the motto ‘My best for my Lord’. Ever since its consecration, millions of Christians from all over the world have visited the church. It also has the distinction of being the largest church in the state of Andhra Pradesh.
The church has been built on the lines of Gothic Revival style and has a cathedral that is about 100 feet in width and 200 feet in length. The cathedral is so huge that it can accommodate 5,000 people at any given time. The church boasts of mosaic tiles that were specially imported from Britain in six distinct colors. The flooring work in the church was carried out by Italian masons who were from Bombay.
The stained glass windows depicting Nativity, Crucifixion and Ascension from Christ's life is a charming aspect of the church.