Today I went to the English speaking church of New Delhi (not so far from Connaught place) in the district of embassies. The church is next to the embassy of Iran. In this complex, there are the church, a primary school and also the siege of the Northern India Union of Seventh-day Adventists. It is a very beautiful building(with a very nice garden).
Here, the community is cosmopolitan for several reasons : we are in New Delhi, capital of India, cosmopolitan city, and it is an English speaking church (the other Adventist temples of the capital are mainly Hindi speaking) so all the foreigners and the Indians which not speaking Hindi meet themselves there. There is, among the foreigners, a strong presence of African (essentially students). Those who look like southeast Asian, are essentially families come from the northeast of India (on the Chinese-Tibetan-Burmese borders). The young people are nice and very opened. After the worship service there is a meal, prepared by the moms of the church : you will be invited, it's for you (visitors, brothers and sisters).
I was happy and delighted to meet Sajin, Kim, Tanja and Bozidar (from Germany), and Denis (from Congo)...
The Sabbath day service takes places on the morning from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm (Sabbath School and Divine Service).