St. Andrew’s Church rebuilt in 1616

Ornate Main Altar

Eternal rest

Side view of the church

Church Notices: 19th March 2017

NOTICES FOR THE WEEK 18th / 19th   March, 2017 Next Sunday, 19th March at 7.15 pm a Special Way of the Cross in music, song and drama will be organised by the Parish Youth in front of our Church. A powerful message in an entertaining way. Monday, 20th March is the...

Church Notices: 12th March 2017

NOTICES FOR THE WEEK 11th / 12th  March, 2017  “Call to Love & Charity” is a book exploring the wealth of God’s Love for every human as found in the Holy Bible. The book is authored by Fr. John Rumao and is dedicated to our Parish on the occasion of its...

Church Notices: 5th March 2017

NOTICES FOR THE WEEK 4th / 5th March, 2017   Mobai Gaothan Panchayat will hold their Annual Rally on Sunday, 5th March, 2017 at 10.30 am starting from Mt. Mary’s Basilica and ending at St. Stanislaus School Grounds. Lenten Mission at St. Theresa’s Parish from...


Circa 1575, the church of St. Andrew was built at the dawn of Christianity in Bombay (Mumbai). For over four centuries, it has withstood the fury of the Monsoons and political upheaval. While even a visitor from the 16th century would instantly recognize this heritage church, it has evolved into a vibrant Parish of the 21st century. We invite you, dear Visitor, to take a tour around our website.




To be a worshipping community, reaching out to others in love and service, empowering the youth, inspiring families to live and spread the Gospel values.

Andrean Events

all-day The Annunciation of Our Lord & P...
The Annunciation of Our Lord & P...
Mar 25 all-day
The Pro-Life Prayer will be recited at all Masses.
7:00 pm Pre-Baptismal Catechesis
Pre-Baptismal Catechesis
Mar 31 @ 7:00 pm – Apr 28 @ 8:00 pm
The next course in Pre-Baptismal Catechesis starts from 31st March and continues on the 7th, 21st, and 28th of April.  It will be held in Room No: 1. Expectant parents may collect the registration form from the[...]


Welcome to the 'Stations of the Cross' presented in song, skit n music at 7.30om today...In front of St. Andrew Church ...

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We live in a sinful world, which we navigate imperfectly while attached to our own selfish desires. Thanks to the wonders of the modern age, those attachments can be instantly satisfied. In today’s Gospel, Jesus reminds the wealthy man, who has observed all the commandments, that he can only enter God’s kingdom when he sacrifices that to which he is most attached — his wealth. The Israelites assumed that all that was required of them was observance of the law. Jesus makes it plain, in this passage, that mechanical adherence to the law will not suffice. Jesus challenges those who possess wealth to act in the role of steward rather than as owner, redirecting it to those who truly need it. Sadly, wealth can become a trap, not because it’s sinful to be wealthy, but because it leads us to believe that it is more important than God. We would do well to remember Jesus’ admonition: It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of the needle* than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven. (*this is a reference to an extremely narrow gateway)

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