Church of the Province of South East Asia

 

Indonesian woman jailed for blasphemy

A private conversatation over Islamic loudspeakers led to death threats and prison for Sumatra woman

 

Funerals held for victims of bomb attacks on Indonesia churches

Funerals have been held for some of the victims of those killed in last Sunday’s suicide bomb attacks on three Christian churches in Surabaya.

 

Islamic terror attacks on three Indonesian churches

Three churches in Indonesia’s second-largest city, Surabaya, were hit in bomb attacks which killed 13 people and injured dozens

 

Four Nepalese churches firebombed

Four Christian Churches in Nepal have been attacked over a five-day period by unidentified assailants

 

SE Asia breaks with Scottish Episcopal Church over gay marriage

Statement from the Synod of the Province of the Anglican Church in South East Asia – from the 2nd Meeting of its 6th Session in Tawau, Sabah, Malaysia, from 29-31 January, 2018.

 

Cambodia Anglicans Chart a New Path

The IRD's Jeff Walton reports from Phnom Pen

 

"None Should Perish" conference opens in Singapore

The Church needs to change its mindset and focus with more urgency and passion on what will last forever Archbishop Moon Hing told the 2017 Singapore mission conference

 

Sharia law push for Malaysia

Islamist political leaders in Malaysia have introduced a bill to introduce Sharia law across the South East Asian nation.

 

Church condolences upon the death of the King of Thailand

The Anglican Church in Thailand has offered its condolences following the death of King Bhumibol Adulyadej yesterday

 

Christians under fire in Laos

As the ASEAN summit gets underway in Laos in South East Asia, Release International is calling for an end to Christian persecution in the host nation.