The Junior Church department of Diocese of Raiwind, Church of Pakistan (commonly known as Sunday school) organized a momentous event as a Christmas celebration in Pakistan by the Children. Over 1000 children from the ages of 5 to 12 marched from Central Cathedral of Praying Hands, Warris road to Mazang and back. The children were […]
The teachers and students of Dar-ul-Mussarat once again performed a wonderful play, at St. Peter’s School, Warris Road, on Thursday 12, December 2016 . Celebrating its 26th Birthday, Dar-ul-Mussarat organized an evening in which they performed their annual play. The principal Mrs Resha Qadir Bakhsh, school staff and students, happy to be the hosts welcomed […]
Riffaqat-e-Khawateen of Diocese of Raiwind organized their Annual Christmas Lunch at Lucie Harrison School Warris Road. Women from congregations of Lahore, Kahna Nau and Raiwind gathered to share their love and experiences by Celebrating the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ. Prayers, Christmas Carols and a Christmas Play was performed. It was a pleasure to […]
We are sad to hear the tragic news of attack on innocent worshipers of St. Mark’s Cathedral, Cairo. Pope Tawadros and the Bishops of Coptic Church and our Anglican Archbishop Mouneer and aggrieved Christian families, we are prayerfully standing with you asking God to comfort you. We condemn the dark forces of evil supporting and […]
On December 10, 2016 The President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan HE Muhammad Mamnoon Hussain awarded Bishop Dr Azad Marshall, Coadjutor Bishop of Raiwind, the Presidential Award for Human rights. In a stately ceremony at the President’s House forty citizens of Pakistan were distinguished for their contribution in promoting Human Rights in Pakistan. Bishop Dr […]
The Peacebuilding Department of Diocese of Raiwind, Church of Pakistan organized a one day training workshop on Social Media Activism. The main objective of the workshop was to highlight the positive and negative use of social media and as a social media activist, how we can make use of social media to address certain issues […]
Dor has stepped another milestone by opening Church doors for the poor and marginalized communities. DOR organized an Iftar in the Holy Month of Ramdan and invited beggars, drug addicts and homeless as a sign of love and affection.
On Friday, July 1, 2016 Dor opened the doors of the Central Cathedral of Praying Hands and invited members of the transgender community of Lahore to break their fast and enjoy an Iftar Dinner. This was an unprecedented step on the part of the Church.