We work in concurrence with our own church, respecting other churches and other missionary organizations. From the day of inception we are dedicated to spread
the gospel throughout the nation. Currently we have 60 missionaries and 34 field representatives, serving in 19 states of India.
Christianity in Brief St. Thomas landed at Kodungallur, Kerala in 52 AD and sows the seed of Christianity in India. As St. Thomas came from Syria they are known as Syrian Christians. St. Thomas then went on to Mylapore near Madras where he was martyred in 68 AD. Later, the Portuguese commander Alberque brought missionaries to Cochin in 1510 after Vascodagama's visit in 1498 to build the first Christian church. Meanwhile up the coast, Goa was established as the capital of the Portuguese maritime empire in 1510.
The city became busy with missionaries and the Jesuit St. Francis Xavier made it his headquarter in 1542. Currently Christian communities account only 2.3% (25 million) of the total India's population (1.1 billion). In a country like India where 330 million gods are worshipped, not more than 50% of people have heard of Jesus Christ. When many of us are waiting for second arrival of Lord Jesus, many of them have not even heard the name of Jesus Christ.
St. Paul’s Mission of India was founded on May 26th 1994. By a few rare breeds of individuals who have committed their lives to spread the gospel of our savior Jesus Christ among these who have not heard of Christ Jesus. “ We are the servants of the God of heaven and earth, and we are rebuilding the temple that was built in many years ago. ” Ezra 5 :11With the grace of our almighty today we are one of the largest organizations in the Indian sub-continent engaged in charity and preaching the message of our savior Jesus Christ.Now we have started work in Nepal also.