Belongs to the Presbyterian background from the Church of Scotland, nurtured by the Calvinistic division of the early Protestant Church formed after the reformation period. It is primarily and in totally so, because of the fact that the early worshippers responsible for bringing up of this Church were mostly 19th century Scottish regiment soldiers and a few Scot civilians whose faith in the Presbyterian background was the basis for establishing the same Bangalore city. St. Andrew Kirk's walls are adorned with polished brass plaques. It contains the plaques of John Cook who was the principal of Central College in Bangalore in 1915.
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