Nepal is a landlocked country in the Himalayans with a population of 27 million people. Hinduism is practiced by about 81.3% of Nepalis, making it the country with the highest percentage of Hindus, Buddhism is linked historically with Nepal and is practiced by 9%, Islam by 4.4%, Kirat 3.1%, Christianity 1.4%, and animism 0.4%.

Preaching commenced in 1996. In 1999 responsibility of Nepal passed from CBM to ACBM. The ACBM has continued pastoral work with the local ecclesias and assisting brothers and sisters with preaching to contacts.

Ecclesias: Chabahil (90), Dhumbarai (25) (both in Kathmandu), and another 10 members in isolation.

Recent Posts

eNews March ’21 Nepal

1 March 2021

In the past year ecclesias in Kathmandu, have been able to continue to have fellowship within the guidelines of the Covid lockdowns and restrictions. Usually this has been in small groups and otherwise via the internet, using apps like zoom

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ACBM Bulletin – Hall Building Fundraising Appeal for Chabahil Ecclesia, Nepal

26 July 2018

Download the ACBM eNews – 15 April 2018 Chabahil, Nepal – An ecclesia seeking help from the worldwide brotherhood The Truth in Nepal continues to grow at an exceptionally strong rate and the Chabahil Ecclesia, current numbering 90 with 22 Sunday School children has well out grown its current L shaped […]

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2017 Annual Update for Nepal

31 October 2017

High in the foothills of the Himalayan Ranges, landlocked between its giant neighbours India and China, our brothers and sisters continue as lights shining the Gospel message in Nepal. This year there have been seven baptisms as the ecclesias continue to preach to their families and those around them. The ecclesias […]

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On top of the world

9 January 2016

In mid-October, a party of eight South Australians arrived in Nepal for the third Nepal Bible Week from 21 to 25 October. Idols, idols and more idols… The city of Kathmandu is a sprawling kaleidoscope of colour, activity and noise, with people everywhere as they go about their daily business: […]

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Nepal, July Update

21 July 2011

Nepal is often referred to as the melting pot of Asia, wedged between India and China with its influences from Hinduism and Buddhism, Nepal is a vibrant and colourful place. Its capital Kathmandu rests in a valley and the city is a blend of old and new. The old with […]

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