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Mission in Church Nepal, Mission in Church Nepal, Kathmandu, Nepal


Organization: Mission in Church Nepal
Contact Name: Mission Church
Position Type: Short-term Missions / Volunteer Internship
Address: P.O. Box: 8975 EPC 4030, Dhapasi, Kathmandu
Kathmandu, Nevada  44606  
Nepal
Great For: Great for Christians, Great for Families, Great for Groups, Great for Kids, Great for Seniors
Service Area(s): Worship/Music/Choir, Women's Ministry, Teaching, Social Services, Men's Ministry, Higher Education, Health and Medicine, Evangelism/Seeker Ministry, Education, Directly Serving People, Construction, Church Planting, Children and Youth Ministry, Agriculture
Hourly Commitment:
2.23 per: Week
Number of Positions:
20
Number of Volunteers in this
Position in the Past Year:
30
One-time / Ongoing Position: Ongoing Position
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Description

Church Planting church-planting Himalayan Hope Ministries works to Church Planting in Nepal. The thought that Â?together we can reach Nepal with the gospelÂ? led us to found the Church in Nepal. We collect donations to help spread the gospel and Himalayan Hope Church Planting work in Nepal. This is a Nepali Ministry that is actively taking part in mission by encouraging Churches and equipping them the greater harvest in Nepal. So we already stables some churches, we have church in Kathmandu, Sindhupalchuk, Chitwan and Makawonpur, We work in partnership with other communities to help spread the gospel, There are currently several churches in Nepal who work in partnership with all potential locations for missions operations. Christianity is still a new religion in Nepal. Until January 15, 2007 NepalÂ?s constitution stated that the country was a Hindu Kingdom. Under the Interim Constitution proposed thereafter Nepal has now converted its status to a secular state, which is a big step forward towards religious freedom and tolerance, although there is still a lot of persecution towards minority religious groups, such as Christianity. These people face problems of harassment and social discrimination from society at large. You can get involved in our church planning program in Nepal; the goal of this program is to spread the love of Jesus to local communities through evangelism and community support oriented activities. Individual volunteers as well as larger groups can set up volunteer experience programs with these local churches and their missionary outreach programs, using each volunteerÂ?s individual experience and passion to contribute to the ever expanding Christian community in Nepal. Therefore, go and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Teach these new disciples to obey all the commands I have given you. And be sure of this: I am with you always, even to the end of the age. Matthew 28:19-20. Additional Requirement: You will need to submit a resume showing your preparation and purpose for church mission work in Nepal. Please contact us for further details. Himalayan Hope Ministry invites international missions groups, and youth groups to come and make a difference. Groups can get involved in any of the following areas: Â? Church Planting Â? Leadership Training Development Â? House Visitations Â? ChildrenÂ?s Ministries Â? WomenÂ?s Ministries Â? Prayer for the Sick Â? Literature Evangelism Â? Cottage Meetings Â? Participating in the ministry of local churches Â? Teaching Sunday School to youth groups Â? Participating in music fellowship during church services Â? Working to improve conditions in the local community through home construction, environmental health education, etc. Â? Missions groups and volunteers are also encouraged to consider combining parts of the other HHM programs, such as teaching English and the Orphanage program. More details Contact us: info@missioninchurch.org


Short Term Mission Trip Details



References from people who have done Short Term Missions with this organization before are available upon request. Submit "Send Inquiry or Apply" to receive more information.

Additional Detail



Hiamalayan Foundation Nepal (HFN), a non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO) was founded in 2007 by a group of social activists, educationalists, development workers and other professionals. Unlike many other development NGOs, HFN directly puts efforts for change in the hands of local people by actively encouraging them to volunteer within their communities, aiming to unite all sectors of society in working together and run local projects and specially help living orphanage. HFN has a board of advisors and a board of directors, of whom Debi Lal Prasain (David) is the Director. It also works together with like-minded national and international organizations. HFN is officially registered under the Society Act with the District Administration Office Kathmandu (Reg No. 935 and is also affiliated to the Social Welfare Council Nepal (SWC) (Affiliation No. 24693).

Benefits Offered:


  • AmeriCorps
  • Free Graduate Bakke Tuition
  • Free Undergrad City Vision Tuition
  • Medical Insurance
  • Paid Stipend
  • Room & Board
  • Transportation
  • Work Study

This cost includes:


What do we provide? Airport Pickup/ Transportation: Volunteers are picked up from the Nepal International Airport in Kathmandu by an appropriate representative. Volunteers who will already be in Kathmandu will be met by a staff member at a pre-arranged location. Orientation Week in Kathmandu and Language: All volunteers are provided with an orientation covering topics such as safety and security, transportation, Nepali language, Nepali local culture, as well as a 2 day guided city tour around Kathmandu Valley. Lodging: Accommodation will be provided while undertaking the program. Accommodation options include staying in our own orphanage home, with a host family, in a project hostel or a home base, which offers an authentic Nepali family environment. Volunteers are provided with their own room and bathroom which is usually shared with other volunteers, however a private room can be provided by prior arrangement. Staying with a host family will provide you with a wonderful opportunity to experience the Nepali lifestyle and live with a warm and welcoming family. You will get the chance to learn how to cook traditional Nepali-styled food. While volunteering, our staff will visit you every two weeks. During the visit, we will check on your progress and make sure youÃ?Â?re satisfied and happy. Food: Volunteers are typically provided with two meals a day and a mid-day snack sourced from local ingredients. Meals served include rice, curry and vegetables (a traditional Nepali dish known as (Dahl-Bhat, Tarkali and Achar). Project Location: The project placements are located across Nepal and you will be placed according to your interests and chosen program. Locations include Kathmandu, Chitwan, Pokhora, Hetauda Nawalparasi, Regardless of where you are placed, you will be staying in the orphanage, or we can arrange a host family on prior indication which will be within walking distance to the orphanage. Languages: It is essential that volunteers are able to speak fluent English. In-country support: 24 hour support is provided by our staff members. Once you arrive in the country you will be provided with the contact details of our local coordinator who you will be able to contact at anytime during your stay. Pre-departure information: After we receive full and final payment, all participants are provided with a pre-departure information booklet by e-mail which will contain all the vital information about your program such as details of the country, project location, Visa requirements, Immunization requirements, details of accommodation, contact information and a suggestion of things to pack.

Length of Trip


1 to 2 months

Initially Posted: 03/06/2017
Last Updated: 04/05/2017