Immanuel Baptist Church is one of the most established Baptist places of worship in Yangon. Immanuel Baptist Church is in focal Yangon at the edge of Mahar Bandoola Garden Street and Mahar Bandoola Road inverse Yangon City Hall. Built-in 1885 by an American preacher, the congregation was wrecked amid World War II yet modified in 1952. Until 1965, the minister of the congregation was sent by the American Baptist International Ministries, which around then was known as the American Baptist Foreign Mission Society.
One of the originators of that preacher association was Adoniram Judson, who lived in Burma from 1813 to his demise in 1850. The congregation is on the Yangon City Heritage List, a rundown of man-made points of interest assigned by the administrative Yangon City Development Committee.