The Presbyterian Afghan Church is officially known as The Church of St John the Evangelist. It was built by the British in memory of the thousands of soldiers who lost their lives in the First Afghan War from 1835-43. Hence, the reason why it's referred to as the Afghan Church.
The church, quintessentially English in design, is a Grade I heritage building and a substantial amount of money has been allocated to restore its stained glass windows.
Where: Navy Nagar, Colaba, south Mumbai.