Apostolic Tandem World Evangelism

 Bridging The Gap Ministries International Fellowship

"Bringing Unity To The Body of Christ"

United Christian Federation Canada


UCF-PAKISTAN  organized its 7th medical camp under the supervision of Mr. Pervez Masih, president of UCF-Canada, Mr. Barkat Gill, general secretary of UCF-Canada along with Khalid Sardar, president of UCF-Pakistan and advisory board members: Major Rtd Maqbool, Major Rtd Mrs. Goloria, Mr. Yousaf, Ms. Toobia, Dr. Salamat Masih and other distinguished guests. Free Medical Camp was organized by UCF- Pakistan.

Residents of Saran Talaab were advised by doctor about the importance of hepatitis tests & HIV Aids test.  They were also made aware about symptoms and treatments of Hepatitis C.  


At the camp, 112 people were tested and 20 were diagnosed with hepatitis C infection. The team provided available treatment and referred for follow-up with doctor.   It was also observed that drinking water of this area is un-healthy and is causing other waterborne diseases.   UCF is planning to fix a healthy and safe drinking water plant in this area. 


UCF-Model School

On 30th March, 2013, Mr. Pervez Masih , Mr. Barkat Gill and Mr. Khalid Sardar along with UCF-board members visited  Muqadas Colony, where they fixed the foundation stone of UCF-Model School.  They donated furniture for school and also promised to make a high school and a computer centre for the children of Muqadas colony.


Visit to Joseph Colony, Badami Bagh – Lahore

Joseph Colony was burnt on 5th March, 2013 in response to an issue of blasphemy in Badami Bagh, Lahore – Pakistan.  Nearly 200 houses were burnt and 250 families were directly affected by the incident.


On 3rd April, 2013, presidents of UCF-Pakistan and Canada along with Dr. Liaqat Sarfraz, member UCF-Pakistan visited the Joseph Colony and distributed 300 sets of water coolers, crockery sets  and iron beds to the victim families.   Mr. Pervez also visited the family of Sawan and inquired about the incident and false blasphemy charge against him

Coming soon more, pictures and content for Pervez Masih and his ministry to provide clean drinking water plants and free medical camps in Pakistan.

All donations must be sent directly to:

UCF Canada 46 Trailhead Cres. Brampton, ON L6R 3H3 Canada

Tel: 905-216-1852 or 647-883-1514 Pervez Masih - President

Fifth Free Medical Camp

On 5th August 2012, UCF Canada organized its fifth medical camp at a brick kiln in District Kasur, Pakistan. The aim was to give free medicine to brick workers at their work place because they don’t have sufficient money for their treatment and medicine. It is UCF’s vision to provide for them medical testing and medicine at their door steps. At the camp, 63 people were tested for Hepatitis A, B & C, HIV Aids and for other diseases. Out of 63 people 5 people were found infected with hepatitis C. They were given awareness and were advised to see the doctor in Lahore Hospital, where UCF will provide for their expenses. In addition, 53 people were provided with free medicines. We are thankful to all of our supporters for their generous help.

Appeal: UCF requests all brother and sisters in Christ, churches and organizations to pray for us and support us so that we can continue to reach out to the helpless and needy.


Contact Us: Pervez Masih: 647-883-1514, Barkat Gill: 416-230-9559, Shafqat Waqar Choudhary: 647-402-0458, Sebastian Gill: 416-871-8418, Salik Pervez: 647-705-3888, Shahid Farooq: 416-910-3617


Upcoming Projects:

On August 26th Medical Camp will be setup among Gypsies near District Kasur in a rural area.

Next water plant will be installed in a village near Manga Mandi.



Clean Water for Village Olakh

We are excited to share with you that our first Safe and Healthy Drinking Water Project at Village Olakh in Pakistan has been com-pleted. An electrical motor and water storage tank is built in front of the local church. Over 400 people now have access to clean drinking water. As a re-sult, people are going to be pro-tected from serious water-borne diseases. Haneef Masih the elder of the local church said, "Thank you! Because of this, many lives are going to be saved." Many local Muslims also appreciated as they took water from the tank.

We would like to appreciate and thank all of our supporters who have made this possible. Without you it would have been impossible! As we start our next project in the coming month we are looking forward to-wards your continuing support.

We are also continuing to arrange free medical camps and medical treat-ments. We need your encouragement in our efforts to serve our brothers and sisters in Christ with love and compassion. We appeal you to join and support us so to give hope to the suffering souls.

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