St. Michael's Church is a notable Roman Catholic church situated in Anjuna, Goa state, India. It is one of the most established places of worship as yet remaining in Goa. The congregation was raised in 1603 and is arranged on the Anjuna-Beach street. The congregation has a substantial inviting entryway and two towers on either side. The Portuguese style of engineering is the prime fascination of the congregation. The congregation is visited by travelers in expansive numbers to observe the statue of St. Michael with a scale in his left hand and an evil spirit put under his feet. Besides, the sanctuary put in the focal point of the primary sacrificial table likewise draws in guests.
Explorers visit St. Michael's Church amid the period of September as the devour of St. Michael is commended on an immense scale. This congregation has a superb design yet not Gothic, having two towers close to the focal cross and inside is additionally very much kept up and a statue of St. Michael as this congregation is devoted to him. Just a single sacrificial stone it has and that is additionally great. Genuinely a position of love which draws in supernaturally. It is otherwise called 'Sao Miguel Arcanjo Igreja em Anjuna, Goa' in Portuguese or privately known as The Anjuna church. It is one of the most established places of worship as yet remaining in Goa being established in 1603. The unique church building was remade in 1713 and amplified in 1897.