In October 2013 St Philips together with a contact in Pakistan and a local team in Peshawar set out to deliver aid to the suicide bomb victims of Peshawar. By December 2013 many Bath churches and individuals were also involved and story is told through the following news stories.
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A Christian teacher Sir Stephen small and large intestines were ruptured in the blast
A deceased innocent died in twin suicide attacks on church
A little boy thanking after receipt of help
A love note writtedn by the deceased son of 6 years just one night before his death
A mother of two children who both died in the attack were provided with relief package of medicines
A mother of two deceased children thanking St Philip and St James church for sending medicines
A six year old girl operated twice has ruptured intestines
A student of Bachelor of English literature in receipt of relief package of medicines and thanking Rev Alan
A student of Masters fractured her leg and arms
A victim in receipt of relief package of medicines with ruptured intestines
AAA student of Bachelor of English literature in receipt of relief package of medicines and thanking Rev Alan (2)
An Innocent vicitm in receipt of relief package of medicine by St Philip &St james church
Birthday card to other deceased child
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Family thanking team
Fifty two year old reported his request for medicines after fracture
Girl wants to go to college soon but has no leg
Mr Parvaiz Barkat lost his beloved daughter and fractured his leg and put on crutches
Mr Patras in reciept of help with b roken leg and arm and in a wheel chair
Ninth School student broken legs awaiting help
Only daughter of her parents died in twin blasts
Samuel needs to be checked by doctor twice a week bu there is no hope
Samuel was operated twice but still needs to be checked by doctor twice a week but can not
Speaking on the phone with The Most Rev Alan
Team dressing and cleaning wounds
Team visiting a victim spouse, a family residing inside jail slum his spouse is set for surgery
Team with Bishop Mano reporting the relief activities
The Most Rev Alan is praying on the phone for healing
Two angels died in the blast
Two year old child recieved injury on her head and burnt her skin happy after receipt of package from St Philips
Victim family thank team for the visit


The first consignment of Aid from Bath churches has been delivered to Peshawar Christians injured in the twin suicide blasts. The team acting on behalf of St Philips delivered the supplies of medical equipment going house to house among the wounded from the blast. See the report here.

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  visit this site geneva;">On Sunday, September 22, 2013, at All Saints Church in Peshawar two suicide  killed 122 people and injuring 200.  Surviving victims are badly injured. St Philips church has launched an appeal and Bath churches have now contributed to date over £4,500. Contact the church office to help. See the  giving leaflet here. Please help the persecuted Christians of Peshawar!