Immanuel Church is located near Gambir railway station in Jakarta, Indonesia. The construction of the Church began during the birth of Dutch King William I on August 24, 1835, and the construction of the Immanuel Church took four years. The church named after Williams Cork. During the Japanese occupation, the Williamsburg Coryk was a warehouse for the bodies of Japanese soldiers killed in the war. Then the church renamed in 1948 in Immanuel Church. The Immanuel Church provides lessons in the Indonesian, Japanese and English languages. Today, the church is considered one of Indonesia's most beautiful places of worship and historical attractions.