A special service will be held in Huddersfield on Sunday to remember people affected by a terrorist bomb attack on a Pakistan church.
The service will be at Huddersfield Parish Church at 4pm and will be a service of prayer for all affected by the bombing at All Saints Church in Peshawar, Pakistan.
The service will be led by Bishop Tony Robinson and Bishop Cecil, a former Bishop of Peshawar.
Meanwhile, the Diocese of Wakefield has sent ï¿½2,000 to an emergency fund set up after the bomb attack.
The money has gone to the hospital in Pakistan treating the victims of the suicide bombing.
The attack claimed 80 lives and injured over 120 more.
They have launched an appeal with emergency aid charity, Muslim Hands.
The Wakefield Diocese has international links with Pakistan and the Bishop of Pontefract, the Rt Rev Tony Robinson, chairs the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Pakistan Focus Group.
Canon Yaqub Masih, an Asian Christian living in Huddersfield, said: “Within hours we had sent our contacts in Pakistan to visit the bereaved and the injured in hospital.
We have already responded to their request for medicines to treat the injured.
“We now need to try to help those families who are now suffering as a result of this awful bombing.
“Please join us in prayer this Sunday,” he added.