A Christmas message from the Primate of the united Church of Pakistan, President Bishop Samuel Azariah.
21 December 2016
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has made a solidarity visit to Pakistan to meet victims of anti-Christian terror attacks.
21 November 2016
Around 200 Christians, Muslims and Hindus gathered yesterday (Sunday) at the site of last weekend’s horrific Easter Day bomb attack for a united act of solidarity and sympathy for the victims of the attack; as the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby wrote that church leaders need to go “beyond condemnation” of such terror attacks.
04 April 2016
Pakistan is at breaking point, the Moderator of the Church of Pakistan has said in response to the Easter Day massacre at the Gulshan-e Iqbal Park in Lahore. At least 72 people were killed and more than 300 injured after a bomb exploded in the park in an attack targeting Christian families celebrating Easter. Many of the dead are women and children
29 March 2016
Muslims are a minority in Norway and a majority in Pakistan. From 12-15 March, these roles changed at a conference hosted by The Church of Pakistan in Lahore, Pakistan. The conference, themed “Pilgrimage of Life towards Reconciliation,” brought together representatives from all dioceses in Pakistan, as well as several international partners.
24 March 2016
Anglican Communion Primates from Japan and Pakistan part of group seeking end to nuclear weapons
07 August 2015
Anglican Communion Primates join ecumenical pilgrimage to abolish nuclear weapons
06 August 2015
Of particular concern are Pakistan, Syria, Liberia, South Sudan and Sudan
07 July 2015
Moderator of the Church of Pakistan commends proposed Episcopal resolution calling for protection of minorities
29 June 2015
Anglican Communion bishops from Canada and Pakistan also part of ecumenical action to end nuclear threats
26 June 2015