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.


Britain urged to change risk profile for Pak-Christians on anniversary of Peshawar Bomb attack

Please sign our petition to the Home Office click here   Please purchase our book click here     Fox News report click here    Premier Christian Radio interview click here Pakistani Christians across the globe are mourning their lost and injured on the 2nd anniversary of the Peshawar twin bomb attack (click here) which killed over 100 people and injured over 250 more, an incident labelled the worst attack on Christians in the nation.   The unwarranted and unprovoked attack was simply an act of violence against the innocent Christian minority who are treated as anathema in a nation where they ar...

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Pastoral, Spiritual and Medical Care for Kasur Christians

BPCA banner displaying Mark 16 vs 15-16: '15 And He said to them, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature. 16 He who believes and is baptised will be saved; but he who does not believe will be condemned."'  Our officer Mehwish preaches from Psalm 91 to the eager group After a recent report regarding our appeal for Christians from Bikiwind in Kasur was featured in Christianity Today, we gratefully received donations from Christians across the globe. The donations exceeded expectations and have enabled us to provide a full programme of restoration for the beleaguered families, of which many had lost eve...

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Christian residence set ablaze over Muslim property dispute

SHAMIM MASIH ISLAMABAD:  The home of a Christian family was set ablaze by a violent mob in the capital of Pakistan on Thursday (September 10th 2015). Muslim extremists tried to burn alive the Christian family who resided in the home in order to gain the land and property said Boota Masih, owner of the house.  Despite witnesses to the attack and a written report having been submitted to the local police station, authorities  are still refusing to register a First Incident Report (FIR). A large group of men and two women arrived at Boota's house and started to bang on his door shouting for him to come out. When he got to the door he was sur...

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Britain's risk profiling for Pakistan condemned by scholars - believed to be a contributing factor in UN apathy to Pak-Christians!

Dead bodies strewn over courtyard of All Saints Church, Peshawar BBC News feature on Lahore bombing March 2015 (Click here)  Premier Christian radio Interview (click here) Purchase our new book in electronic format "The Scandal involving UNHCR and Christian asylum seekers in Thailand" for the special price of £2.50. To buy please click here. Today as we near the 2nd anniversary of the Peshawar twin Church bomb attack (22nd September 2013) that killed over 100 Christians in Pakistan, the British Pakistani Christian Association (BPCA) is launching a new campaign to get the UK to change its badly out of date and out of touch policies regar...

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Enough is enough! Pak-Christians in Bangkok challenge Thailand UNHCR to fulfil their duty!

Reverend Tim Eaddy of Christchurch Anglican Church, Bangkok, prays over the report, for Lord Alton (centre) and for Pak-Christians Please sign our petition (click here)   Fox News report (click here) Premier Christian radio Interview (click here) Genocide scholar Desmond Fernandes and Rainer Rothfuss have challenged the UNHCR in Thailand in a recently published book to be more proactive in ensuring the safety of thousands of Pak-Christans in Thailand. The book, authored by Desmond Fernandes and with a Foreword by Rainer Rothfuss, was delivered by hand by the Chairman of the BPCA, Wilson Chowdhry, to Peter Trotter, Senior Pro...

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Hundreds of Pak-Christian asylum seekers detained in crackdown following Islamic extremist bomb attack in Bangkok

Thailand's military apprehend Pak-Christian women Please sign our petition (click here)   Fox News report (click here) Premier Christian radio Interview (click here) Purchase our new book in electronic format "The Scandal involving UNHCR and Christian asylum seekers in Thailand" for the special price of £2.50. To buy please click here. In a major police crackdown in Bangkok, Thailand hundreds of asylum seekers were arrested for overstaying their tourists visas. The majority of those arrested were the ignored Pak-Christian asylum seeker community, two Somali families and one Afghan family. At 10 am on 10...

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BPCA urge UNHCR in Thailand to protect asylum seekers from existing brutality

Lord Alton visits Thailand Immigration Detention Centre Please sign our petition (click here)   Fox News report (click here) In a few hours Chairman of the BPCA, Wilson Chowdhry,  will be leaving for Thailand for a three day trip during which he will meet Lord Alton, senior officers of the UNHCR, and the British Embassy.  During this meeting Mr Chowdhry will raise concerns about the mistreatment, brutality and destitution faced by thousands of Pak-Christians in Thailand.   After a series of email and telephone conversations with Mr Chowdhry in July, Lord Alton added a two day visit to Thailand (4th and 5th September) into his schedule in S...

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India urged to support Pak-Christians!

BPCA are increasingly concerned about the status and persecution of Pak-Christians in the homeland.  Finding ourselves in a real quandary with the incidents of persecution increasing in frequency and intensity, our trustees agreed to send a letter to the neighbouring government of India, hoping this might create a much needed safe haven for the millions of Christians in Pakistan. We felt the ancient ties of brotherhood outweighed the religious zeal that has emerged in recent years.  Our letter below was sent to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Pranab Mukerjee yesterday and reads as follows: I am writing to you out of deep concern for my Chris...

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Tensions build once again in Kasur after another Christian is accused of blasphemy!

Another Christian man has been accused of blasphemy after a heated argument between a construction self-employed labourer and his employer. Pervaiz Masih, a long time resident of Gahary Wala Kasur District was accused of saying insulting remarks against the Islamic prophet Muhammed on Tuesday 3rd September 2015.     Pervaiz had apparently won a contract with a Muslim brick kiln owner which infuriated a local Muslim businessmen Haji Jamshed, who wanted the contract for himself.  Haji Jamshed had an argument with Pervaiz and alleges that during the heated discussion Pervaiz had committed a blasphemy, which he reported to the local police aft...

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Lord Alton visits UNHCR to discuss brutal treatment of Pak-Christian asylum seekers in Thailand

Lord Alton and Papa and Mama Thongchai outside the Immigration Detention Centre, Bangkok. Please sign our petition (Click here)    Fox news report (Click here) On Friday September 4th, during a visit to Bangkok's Detention Centre for Refugees, the British Independent Peer, David Alton (Lord Alton of Liverpool, a senior member of the All Party Parliamentary Group for International Freedom of Religion or Belief), met Pakistani Christians who are being held there. One detainee told him that he and his six year old son are sharing a cell with 95 other men and children and is permitted to see his wife and other children, who are held elsewhere in the Detent...

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