St. John’s Church is placed inside the Vellore Fort, Tamil Nadu State, India. The Church changed into raised in 1846 through the Government of Madras for the officials and men of the East India Company army station. The church is called after St. John the Evangelist. However, the church become in no way formally consecrated and as a result not formally named as St. John’s Church. St. John's Church is the oldest standing church within the Vellore Diocese.
The church stands in the Vellore Fort, which is underneath the manage of the Archaeological Survey of India, together with the Vijaynagar period Jalakanteswarar Temple, Tippu Mahal, Hyder Mahal, Candy Mahal, Badhusha Mahal and the Begum Mahal. In Vellore, there existed a Chaplain of the East India Company due to the fact that 1798 for the European officials. A catechist appointed by the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge cared for the native transformed Christians. Some of the SPCK missionaries serving in Vellore have been Gericke, Paexold and Rev. L P Haubroe appointed through Dr. Rottler of Vepery.