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.
Australian Christians will meet outside the Parliament of New South Wales on Friday 15th September 2017, to commemorate the life lost of a Christian teenager killed by Muslim pupils because of his faith, and to show solidarity with his family who are seeking justice for their son, whilst also highlighting the ongoing persecution of Christians in Pakistan. Event: Candlelight Vigil for Sharoon MasihDate: Friday 15th September 2017Time: 6pmLocation: Parliament of New South WalesDetails: Please bring candles Sharoon Masih an incredibly bright student from an impoverished Christ...Read More
Abdul Toheed a much loved Pakistani Christian who lived in East Ham, sadly passed away on 30th August 2017. Abdul was an extremely accomplished singer and performed magnificently leading Ilford Asian Choir at their first performance at Redbridge Easter Parade 2017 - attaining one of the biggest crowds of the event. British Pakistani Christian Association would like to extend our condolences to his family and friends. May God give him the rest he assuredly deserves. Abdul Toheed's family and friends would like to invite anyone who knew him to show their last respects at a funeral that has been arranged for: Date: &n...Read More
A brave Pakistani Christian woman who spoke up about the sexual harassment she faced at the hands of a man named Ayaz who is still currently working in a senior position at the Pakistan Embassy has lost any possibly of justice in Thai jurisdiction, but has been given at least some hope that her assailant may be investigated further by his employers. Ayaz is responsible for machine-readable passport processing and ultimately can say yes or no to applications submitted to him, an authority he tried to use against vulnerable Maherwar Ishaq in his pursuit to have a sexual relationship with her. When Maherwar decided to apply...Read More
Pastor Sanjay and BPCA Officer Pastor Naresh Two innocent pastors have been caught up in a blasphemy row in India. Both men are charged for being involved in the same incident which involved the burning of images of Hindu gods and smashing Hindu idols, an act they both vehemently deny. The blasphemy case was registered at Sadar Police Station on 13th November 2014, after a Hindu man named Lalit Dabda from Rajiv Puram Colony, in Karnal presented several affidavits against Pastor Sanjay and Pastor Bajinder both from differing villages in Karnal. The documents stated that Pastor Bajinder was known for converting ...Read More
Several Sikh, Hindu and Pakistani Christian groups have written a joint letter criticising Labour’s “weak response” to a frontbencher who spoke out about an evident trend in criminality in sex-grooming cases. The letter, co-signed by Lord Singh of Wimbledon and Wilson Chowdhry of the British Pakistani Christian Association sets out to defend Sarah Champion, a prominent Labour MP who was forced to quit the front bench after she highlighted that an unusually high percentage of perpetrators of sex crimes involving street-grooming involved Muslim men of Pakistani origin. The letter was published in the Times Newspaper on September 5th 20...Read More
A spike in the number of infections for waterborne and mosquito-borne diseases amongst the Christian victims of the recent floods in Pakistan, has been blamed on the poor sewage system in deprived Christian communities. On 31st August 2017 Pakistan also joined a list of countries such as India, Bangladesh and Nepal in what has now been described as the largest flood to hit the South Asian continent. Over 1200 people were killed throughout the region with at least 25 dead on the last count for Pakistan. People were killed through drownings as they were caught up in the powerful water currents of the deluge and others were...Read More
A Christian teenager who achieved academic excellence despite years of institutional discrimination and peer bullying, was killed by Muslim pupils whilst in a classroom environment in Vehari District in the Punjab. Against all the odds Sharoon Masih gained the highest scores at his former school named Chack 461 EB, eponymous with its geographical location. So convinced were the Christian teachers that Sharoon would be a successful individual that they challenged his poverty-stricken parents not to put him to work but to encourage him to pursue higher education. His father Elyab Masih (35 yrs) saved some money from the ...Read More