The Evangelical Church of Gyula is located in the busiest area of the city, along the Sun Alley (Boulevard). The eclectic style with Doric columns and the church tower consisting of a single tower was determined by architect Gerlóczi Gedeon. The church was built between 1927-1938, consecrated and open to the public after the end of World War I and during the massive floods in 1925, to 18 December 1927. The construction of the church was financed from donations and contributions collected by citizens throughout Hungary. The tower and the church tower were completed much later, almost ten years after the inauguration of the church, house of prayer and completion was expected until autumn 1947. The evangelical church has been renovated several times, the first time 25 years after its inauguration and then in the late '70s for the golden anniversary of 50 years. The last time it was renovated after the turn between millennia.