Church of North India

The Church of North India is a member of the World Council of Methodist Churches and the Anglican Communion, which was established in 1970 to an independent ecclesiastical province. At the top is a primate, a moderator, which is a bishop of the 27 dioceses:

But the Church of North India is not just Anglicans, Methodists and Presbyterians but also from.

Together with the Church of Pakistan, Church of Bangladesh and the Church of South India, it forms one of the four " united churches " of the Anglican Communion.