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.
The lack of solutions for women involved in domestic violence has triggered an Ilford based charity to initiate a free counselling service. When a local Pakistani Christian woman from Ilford sought assistance from local police after alcohol induced violence became a regular pattern in her family home, she learned that her efforts to create a safe and stable environment for their children began a unfortunate domino effect that resulted in more anguish for their fragile family. After experiencing escalated violence, which was not present during the early first years of their marriage, the woman felt she had no choice but to legally se...Read More
A Baptist Pastor in Ilford has been jumping with joy over the exciting prospect that faces him over the next few days. Ilford High Road Baptist Church (IHRBC) which was the first free church in Ilford celebrates its 216th anniversary on Sunday. Ian Morris the church archivist described the history of the church, he said: "High Road as a church is 216 years old, the fellowship itself is a little older going back to 1796 when a few men from London engaged two small rooms for nonconformist worship. "Two years later the fellowship meet in Mr Pratt's front room and it was on land that he owned the first chapel was built in 1801 being ...Read More