The newly renovated Holy Cross Church, Sarabha Nagar Ludhiana is the biggest in the city. This Catholic Church, which was constructed in 1963, is also the headquarter of the Catholic Spheres in the Ludhiana district. Except for the residence of the priest, the church has been renovated completely. It covers an area of more than 6,000 square feet. Rt Symphorian Keeprath, the Bishop of Jalandhar, is the architect for this church.
The church is 81 feet high. It includes a basement, a large balcony, and three storeys built on the balcony to carry the glowing stars and the Cross-, and a statue of Jesus Christ. The church hall is based on 19 pillars, which are 28 feet high. Constructed at a cost of Rs 1 crore approximately, the church has the capacity to accommodate 3,000 people.
The beautiful ceiling of the church narrates many historical and mythical stories, and has been made by six artists from Kerala. The blue background sports murals and paintings on the life of Jesus Christ. In the center is God, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. In a corner, there are Mother Mary, Jesus Christ and Joseph. On the rest of the ceiling are impressions of angels and followers of Jesus Christ.