Contact SAFBy Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By Telephone: 020 7520 3831
By Post: South Asian Forum, 176 Copenhagen Street, London N1 0ST
Become a Member
- For the Discovering Jesus through Asian eyes course, particularly that churches are encouraged to use this resource and that we are successful in the training we give to churches on how to reach out to South Asians.
- For the 'Let's Pray Together' tour, particularly for good attendance as we gather together to pray for the South Asian community and our cities.
- For God to open the hearts of South Asians from other faiths to be open to the gospel of Christ.
- For God's guidance in terms of advocacy - in particular that we can be more effective in raising the profile of the persecution of Christians in South Asia and are more effective in attempting to stimulate change.
- For the funding of South Asian Forum as we seek to do more in terms of uniting, connecting and representing those with a heart for the South Asian community.
Growing healthy churches learning to work together
A series of exciting one-day conferences for leaders of churches and organisations working with South Asians.
Press release: Pakistan government must protect Christians from attacks
South Asian Christians call for action following further violence against Christians in Pakistan. The South Asian Forum of the Evangelical Alliance has joined with the British Pakistani Christian Association (BPCA) to demand swift action from the Pakistani government.
Filthy Rich by Manoj Raithatha
Filthy Rich is Manoj Raithatha’s personal story of ruthless ambition, of risk-taking and restlessness. It is the story of one man’s belief that ‘money trumps morals, money equals power’ and his desire to become as rich and powerful as possible – whatever the cost. But it is also the story of what happens when everything falls apart – of new beginnings, re-evaluating priorities in life and emerging a better man as a result.
“One day Jesus spoke to me and told me he loved me.”
After experiencing the pain of rejection, Rup felt in his heart that God wanted him to provide a home for orphans in Nepal, many of which are leprosy-affected children who had nowhere else to go after being abandoned by their families.
Hope is rising
In the midst of the dirty and dangerous life of work in the brick kilns of Pakistan, hope is rising. Amongst the weakest and the most forgotten of society, hope is taking root and rising up. Hope of a better future, hope of freedom from servitude, and the hope that comes from truly knowing the creator God.
Interview with Rev Johnson Paul
Rev Johnson Paul planted One in Christ Church in Nottingham in 2002 and is passionate about preaching the gospel message and sharing God's goodness to those who do not yet know Him. He also believes in the importance of having greater unity among South Asian Christian ministers here in the UK.
South Asian Forum Newsletter
Read our quarterly SAF newsletter for our members to profile the work of our member churches and organisations, to aid networking and raise awareness of the mission work done for the South Asian community across the UK.
Westminster urged to act against execution of Pakistani Christian couple
Describing the burning to death of a young Christian man and his pregnant wife in a brick kiln in Pakistan as “barbaric”, the Evangelical Alliance wants all Christians to sign a petition and come out and support a rally outside 10 Downing Street.
UK Christians call for prayer as Christian death toll in South Asia reaches record high
In response to what is seen as a systematic move against Christians in Pakistan, South Asian Christians in the UK have called a special prayer meeting in Glasgow – home to almost half of Scotland's 'Scottish Asians' – later this year.
Young, British, Asian and Christian – a better way for identity
How do we navigate our identity in an increasingly diverse society and find our true identity in Christ, bringing hope into a fragmented world? Brought to you by threads – an online collective of Christians in their 20s and 30s exploring faith and life – and the South Asian Forum of the Evangelical Alliance, this event on 25 November will be a night of inspiration and discussion.
Let's Pray Together
Has Jesus stirred your heart to consider His great love for the local South Asian community? Join us at the Let’s Pray Together event in Glasgow on 23 November.
Engaging with Hindus: understanding their world, sharing good news
This new book Engaging with Hindus by Robin Thomson tries first to understand their world, and then suggests practical ways in which we can engage with Hindus to 'share good news', both as individuals and as churches.
Introduction to the South Asian Forum of the Evangelical Alliance
The South Asian Forum of the Evangelical Alliance (SAF) is a team within the Evangelical Alliance, set up to provide a forum for South Asian Christians in the UK to encourage, support and equip each other for mission, and to represent their concerns to Government, media and the wider Church.
Discovering Jesus through Asian Eyes
This eight-week course is based on the Evangelical Alliance booklet Jesus Through Asian Eyes and is published by The Good Book Company. It also has a dedicated website www.discovering-jesus.com. The course is the first of its kind exploring key questions that the main religions of the South Asian and East Asian Diaspora have about Jesus Christ and the Christian faith. These resources will help churches to answer questions that Asians of other faiths have about Jesus in a culturally appropriate way.
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