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When the Church turned 100 in 1942, centenary celebrations were held but not in a grand scale, owing to many reasons. There was a decline in the number of congregation members, partly at least through inter-marriage with the predominant Roman population, but still a small but keen group of Christians, Europeans, Anglo-Indians and English-speaking Indians, were devoted to their little old Church. For them, the year 1941-42 has been a difficult one financially owing to the evacuation.

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