All Saints Church is a church underneath the auspices of the Church of South India. It is placed in the Trimulgherry locality of Secunderabad. It became originally a Garrison Church, presided by using Army Chaplains however changed into in the end bequeathed to the Church of South India, a uniting Church in 1947. The church presently serves the Tamil speaking congregation of Secunderabad and gives offerings in English each week and in Tamil each week. All Saints Church became constructed in 1860 AD to serve the British Cantonment of Secunderabad. The church became the first everlasting shape inside the Trimulgherry Entrenchment.
The church is an enforcing Gothic structure with a multitude of turrets and a tower belfry. The altar piece of the church is a stunning stained glass window depicting Jesus sporting the go. The stained glass window is dated 1884 and dedicated to the reminiscence of Edward Dawson, Lieutenant of Royal Artillery. 16 memorial tablets alongside the walls of the church describe the diverse British officers that lived and died at Secunderabad. Antique pews, lamps at the side of a baptismal font are some of the prized possessions of the church. The church acquired the Intach Heritage award from the Government of Andhra Pradesh from excellent maintenance.