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 Redbridge Easter Parade 2013 Following a consultation with several churches the BPCA has booked the 23rd and 24th December 2014 as a potential two day Christmas Festival. We hope with the support of local churches to make the event one that reaches out to the community and shares the joy of the birth of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. We would like to hold a planning meeting at 7pm, on Tuesday 18th December 2014 and invite Churches and Christian groups from Redbridge and East London to come and join us. The venue will be the Clementswood Community Centre, 14a Connaught Road, Ilford, Essex, IG1 1RN. To make the event a success we hope local...Read More
Wilson Chowdhry (BPCA) with Stephen Gayle from Eden Christian Centre. The British Pakistani Christian Association kick-started a local Capital Clean-up project on Saturday 4th October 2014. The project triggered a community approach to keeping local streets clean whilst developing a sense of community pride and improving local quality of life. Aftre an approach by Habib Ahmed of Redbridge Amey (recycling contractors to Redbridge Council) support was galvanised by reaching out to a local mosque and church. The new partners for the project now include; Eden Christian Centre, Albayan Welfare Centre and Mosque, East Ilford Betterment part...Read More
Image of litter and graffiti at Connaught Mews. We all care about our environment.... British Pakistani Christian Association in partnership with East Ilford Betterment Partnership, Eden Christian Centre, Albayan Welfare Centre and Prince of Wales Pub invite residents to join them at a litter clean up of the local area. Not only do littered streets damage business and tourism opportunities but it also costs Redbridge Borough taxpayers £4.2million a year to clean them. We want to encourage as many volunteers as possible to come and take part in our litter Clean-up. It will show others that we take pride in the environment in which we live , work and play...Read More
Image of Ilford Mammoth at Natural History Museum. BPCA is co-hosting a celebration of the mammoth remains uncovered in our local borough of Redbridge in 1864. Whether you believe in seven literal days for creation or seven periods of time, it is impossible to discount the existence of mammoths. The BPCA does not believe that there is a conflict between science and God and we would argue that the the natural orderliness and laws within God's creation, underpins scientific enterprise i.e. nature has to be regular for us to learn from scientific testing. The event will be a wonderful opportunity for outreach as visitors are expected to come f...Read More