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.


Nine year old child and his mother narrowly escape blasphemy law death sentence.

Image of Muslim protesters calling for hanging of Asia Bibi a Christian woman and Pakistan's most famous blasphemy law victim.   A nine year old boy and his mother narrowly escaped a blasphemy law death sentence after politicians and humanitarian groups intervened. Inzam was at school when he was accused of having burnt a Koran on 20th October2016, his mother Shakil who works as a Nurse at Civil Hospital, in Quetta was arrested with him on 21st October after registration of First Information Report (FIR) 167. The arrests were made without investigation on the testimony of a Muslim witness and was totally in accordance with the draconian bl...

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Oxford University academics to learn about the persecuted Church of Pakistan

Wilson Chowdhry, Chairman of the British Pakistani Christian Association, has been invited to speak at Oxford University to explain to academics the truth about persecution in Pakistan. His presentation takes place on the 3rd November 2016 and starts at 5.30 pm. Entrance is free and open to the public. The address of the venue is as follows: Wycliffe Hall | University of Oxford | 54 Banbury Road | Oxford | OX2 6PWThe meeting starts at 5:30 pm but come early as there is a drinks reception from 5 pm. 

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Hate, hate and more hate - Is there any hope for Asia Bibi after judge resigns through fear?

Image shows banner placed up by a Barelvi Sunni cleric in Lahore. The bone-chilling words on the banner translate as 'Anyone who even tries to free this blasphemer, the accursed Asia Bibi is also worthy of receiving death." Judge who withdrew himself from Asia Bibi's appeal hearing now resigns from the judiciary! Asia Bibi's future is hard to predict.  After her already delayed Supreme Court appeal for her blasphemy conviction seven years previous was postponed, many Christians became deeply disheartened.   Apparently a judge who should have been on a panel of three presiding over her trial, failed to recognize until the day...

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100 Pakistani Christians could gain asylum in Australia every year with your help!

Senator Eric Abetz, Wilson Chowdhry and Minister for Immigration Peter Dutton Today the British Pakistani Christian Association (BPCA) launches an appeal to help persecuted Pakistani Christians find safety in Australia. BPCA chairman Wilson Chowdhry said ‘Australia have started an innovative new pilot scheme that can be used to help Pakistani Christians to safety. However, we need partners on the ground in Australia to make it happen, as the scheme involves by Advertise" style="z-index: 2147483647;" target=""> registered groups in Australia (which BPCA would become) and the need for volunteers to provide accommodation and support f...

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New School for asylum seekers in Kajang, Malaysia

British Pakistani Christian Association has partnered with Full Gospel Christian Centre Church in Kajang, Malaysia to create a new school for asylum seeker children.  The school is growing slowly and currently serves between 15-20 children.  Our decision to start our own school was born out of discussions with the local FGCC Church in Kajang after we were donated 20 computers via a Christian charity.  We initially planned to split the allocation of computers amongst a number of local Pastors but after a Pastor Lukes (pronounced Lucas) failed to provide a report on the 5 computers given to him, we decided to maintain a better control over the valuable le...

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Launch of BPCA book on persecution in Pakistan in UK Parliament 1st November

Image of Senior Protection Officer at the UNHCR Thailand, Peter Trotter who is receiving a copy of BPCA report from Wilson Chowdhry.The British Pakistani Christian Association (BPCA) and the Campaign Against Criminalising Communities invite you to the book launch of Desmond Fernandes' Education, Human Rights Violations in Pakistan and the Scandal involving UNHCR and Christian asylum seekers in Thailand - published by the BPCA Chaired by Wilson Chowdhry (Chair of the BPCA) and sponsored by Jim Shannon MP, Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Pakistan Minorities. The event will take place on Tuesday 1st November 2016, 1pm – 3pm in Com...

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Hungary have ratified asylum priority for Christians "to do what little they can to help."

Chairman of the British Pakistani Christian Association, Wilson Chowdhry initiated a meeting with the Consul, Alexandra Pető at the Hungarian Embassy in Bangkok last week to discuss the situation of Pakistani Christian asylum seekers. Mr Chowdry handed over a 567 page report on the situation of Pakistani Christian asylum seekers, which was forwarded by Ms Pető to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary." BPCA are hoping to meet with Officers of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Budapest in the next few months to offer help and advice regarding the Pakistani Christian asylum community. Christian refugees are treated ...

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Turmoil in Pakistan as extremists call for lynching of two blasphemy law victims

Community tension arises against Christians in Pakistan as Muslims call for the blood of two blasphemy law victims. Over the last two weeks the legal sagas of Asia Bibi (46 years)  and Nabeel Masih (16 years)have been putting  the judicial system of Pakistan through its sternest test,  Sadly for these victims and to the consternation of millions of people around the globe who have been watching intently hoping for Pakistan to bring justice to these innocent victims - the law courts have failed. Last week Asia Bibi a mother of five who has been unjustly incarcerated for seven years had to suffer the ignominy of having her trial being postponed indefinite...

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Wilson Chowdhry to appear on Sky News Australia at 8pm on Sunday

Wilson Chowdhry Chairman of the British Pakistani Christian Association has been invited for interview on Sky News.  Chris Kenny will host his extremely popular show "Viewpoint," during which he will discuss the plight of Asia Bibi,  Details of the interview are as follows" Channel:     601Show:          ViewpointDate:           Sunday 16th October 2016Time:           8pmPlease contact Sky News after the programme and thank them for covering a story on persecuted Christians For Pakistani Christians in Brisbane who have not met Wilson yet, we confirm a meeting is being schedu...

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Asia Bibi's court hearing adjourned after judge abstains from the panel

Australian Senator Eric Abetz gave a statement in favour of Asia Bibi this morning.                                                             Asia Bibi's Supreme Court appeal hearing has been adjourned for an indefinite period of time after Justice Iqbal Hameed  ur  Rahman abstained from the 3 member bench hearing the appeal of Asia Bibi. The ben...

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