Missions in Nepal
God is working in Nepal. National, indigenous Christian leaders are doing missions in Nepal to share the gospel with their own people, plant churches, and act in anti-human-trafficking efforts. Nepal is considered a part of the 10/40 window. This means it is located in an area in the Eastern Hemisphere where most people do not know Jesus Christ. Despite everyday challenges, high-impact missions in Nepal are possible and thriving as national believers who know the culture, language, and opportunities lead the way.
What’s Your Role?
Our national partners invite you to join them in mission in Nepal. Through praying, giving, and serving in specific ways alongside our national partners (either on your own, with a small group, or with your entire church), you can have impact in Nepal. Get to know our national partners doing missions in Nepal.
We'd love to get to know you and discuss how God is calling you.
Partners & Projects
This anti-trafficking ministry in Nepal serves girls and boys who have experienced rejection of their families and life in the Red Light District.
Beautiful Feet Ministry seeks to share the good news among the unreached peoples of the Himalayas. Trekking and church planting come together.
The mission of Bethesda Church in Nepal is to plant more churches that are Biblically rooted, stimulating spiritual maturity, and reaching others.
Bijaya and his wife Bimala engage in evangelism to remote mountain villages in Nepal, where they share the Gospel with people who have never heard.
The national leaders at the Girls Scholarship Fund believe providing girls with an education is what we can do to prevent girls from being trafficked.
Koinonia is more than a hundred churches strong, plus hundreds of small groups. Their vision is to see each small group turn into its own church by 2025.
New Hope Nepal reaches into communities of the vulnerable, poor, and needy, giving them hope to look beyond a worldly, materialistic livelihood.