Our vision is to create a network of Pakistanis united in Christ, focused on better quality of life, fellowship and religious freedom for Christians in Pakistan and the UK.
Image of Sacred Heart Church in Agra Diocese Seven Pastors were arrested Monday 4th December and detained for allegedly carrying out a 'Forcible Conversion Campaign' in Mathura a district of Uttar Pradesh in Northern India. On Tuesday they were produced at court and were remanded in Judicial custody and today (Wednesday 6th December) all seven pastors have been refused bail. Police were called by local villagers who were concerned about the activities of the seven pastors in an area in the district called Irauli Gurjar for the past month. The pastors have been accused of sharing blasphemous words towards the Hindu faith and of sharin...Read More
Young Lucky Saleem (RIP) lost his life to Islamists at only 7 years of age. The Christian community of Pakistan is in mourning today after a grenade attack targeting an innocent Christian Village in Chaman led to the death of a boy of only seven years old and injuries to another child. The explosion also caused significant damage to a number of homes in the vicinity. The blast is said to have taken place at the main gate of the community and reports state that deviant Islamists used a grenade which was thrown at the community gate to cause the devastation. Both children were taken to Chaman Hospital however It was too late to...Read More
A Christian family in Pakistan who took a usurious loan from Muslim money lenders where forced to watch as their six year old daughter was shot before them. Around 8 months ago a Christian father named Waris Masih (36 yrs) who resides in the city of Faisalabad borrowed 40,000 rupees from a Muslim money lender named, Ajmal Urf mithu Cheema. Mr Masih needed the loan to pay for repairs to his home and the costs associated with their latest child Naira (9 mnths). When Mr Masih signed the loan agreement which would require him to pay 8000 rupees per month (£56) until he satisfied the loan, the regular payments would n...Read More
An Indian Pastor who was falsely accused of a blasphemy whilst participating at an interfaith dialogue event in Pakistan, has been set free and has now returned to India. The family are said to be enjoying family time together after fearing the worst during a very traumatic event. The account of Pastor Shibu's arrest only made an Indian Malayalam Newspaper despite the potential severe fine and up to seven years imprisonment that he could have faced. However British Pakistani Christian Association have been thanked by the family for our twitter and facebook campaign, that resulted in extensive prayers for Pastor Shibu. Her...Read More