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The Church of South India celebrates its 70th anniversary

The Church of South India (CSI) came into existence in 27 SEP 1947, the same year that India gained its independance from the United Kingdom. The CSI is a united church that brought together a number of protestant churches ministering in South India. The CSI is a constituent member of the Anglican Communion.

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