Church of the Province of South East Asia


Muslim mob demands cross removed from Malaysian Pentecostal church

Malaysian Anglicans have rallied to the support of a Pentecostal church in Petaling Jaya after a Muslim mob disrupted worship services last week and forced the congregation to take down a cross mounted on the church’s facade.


Aid appeal for Nepal

Church aid agencies have issued a plea for help following the 25 April 2015 earthquake that devastated Nepal.


Email update on the Nepal Earthquake

The Dean of Nepal, the Very Rev. Lewis Lui writes on the aftermath of the 25 April 2015 earthquake


Allah ban unconscionable, archbishop declares

Archbishop Lapok disappointed that a Malaysian appellate court has refused to review the ruling banning a Catholic newspaper from using the world “Allah” to refer to God


Sultan returns confiscated Bibles

The Sultan of Selangor has returned Bibles and religious literature confiscated by the State Islamic Affairs Department


Christians must defy Allah-ban, archbishop declares

Archbishop Bolly Lapok of Kuching has warned Islamist extremists that Christians would not be silent in the face of demands that they be forbidden to use the word Allah.


Archbishop denounes raid on Bible Society as "treason"

Archbishop Bolly Lapok of Kuching has denounced as “shocking” a police raid on the Bible Society of Malaysia, which led to the arrest of the society’s president and office manager and the confiscation of over 300 Bibles.


Christian Federation of Malaysia denounces police raid on Bible Society

The Christian Federation of Malaysia strongly condemns the raid conducted by officers from the Selangor State Islamic Department (JAIS), accompanied by the police, on the premises of the Bible Society of Malaysia (BSM) on Thursday afternoon 2 January 2014.