Church of Pakistan

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The Church of Pakistan is a united church in Pakistan, which is part of the Anglican Communion and also a member church of the World Methodist Council. It was established in 1970 with a union of Anglicans, Scottish Presbyterians (Church of Scotland), United Methodists, and Lutherans.

Dioceses[change | change source]

The Church is divided into eight administrative and organisational units, called dioceses. Each diocese has a number of parishes within its jurisdiction. Each diocese is presided over by a bishop, who sits at the diocesan head office, usually located in the district capital.

Diocese Area Notes
Faisalabad Faisalabad District
Hyderabad Hyderabad District
Karachi Karachi District
Lahore Lahore District
Multan Multan District
Peshawar Peshawar District Has 15 parishes within its jurisdiction.
Raiwind Lahore District
Sialkot Sialkot District A member of the World Communion of Reformed Churches.