Who We Are
The Pentecostal churches of Nepal is a national fellowship of local churches consultative board, recognizing the needs in the nation of Nepal and for the world spreading of the gospel of Jesus Christ, mandated in a great commission to address the missionary movement, vision and work, as well as assistance and expansion activities of its members churches. The Pentecostal churches of Nepal are a cooperative body of Pentecostal churches and groups nationwide of approved standing. It is not a legislative body to any national entity, but it is rather a partnership of commitment for the furtherance of the Gospel to the ends of the world.
Pentecostal Nepal mission outreach is a Trinitarian spirit filled, vibrant bible based Christian churches. (PCON) and a coordinating body for national gospel outreach for missions and church planting. The purpose is to increase co-operation between Pentecostal churches and mission organizations in Asia and other parts of the world for the fulfillment of the great commission to reach the whole nation and the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Cherish and nurture an atmosphere of cooperation and flexibility. Provide a sound, biblical and musicological basis for holistic national missions outreach activities.
Our visions are motivating engaged members to greater collaboration and cooperation. Inspiring churches and pcn members not yet engaged in national missions to become so.
Encourage members to share their pathways, means, resources, and experience. Encourage the creation of specific partnerships as a result of communication, cooperation, and specific objectives. Encourage a national evangelistic outreach and church planting and establishing church focus through meeting and other sessions in the annual pcn conferences.
ANNUAL CONVENTION (ASSEMBLY)
The Pentecostal churches national committee (pcnc) will be appointed by and accountable to the pcn advisory committee. The Pentecostal mission committee (pmc) will nominate prospective members to make up the commission, based on a balanced geographical and churches representation, to the advisory committee for consideration.
The (PCNC) advisory committee will appoint the chairman and the (pmc) will name any other officers as needed. The pmc will meet once a year and or as needed. The pmc has also organization members.
Any Pentecostal local church or mission department of a regional church accepting the doctrinal statement of the (PCNF) and this document of the pmc can become an organization member of the pmc. Any amendments in the future to the guidelines should be confirmed by the pcnf advisory committee.
Finances received through voluntary contributions will be channeled through pcnf accounts and their distribution will be communicated as well to both the pmc and pcnc advisory committee. The local church members have to pay annual members’ dues decided by the commission and confirmed by the advisory committee of the PCNF.
Normative practice will be for each member to fund their own participation in the meetings and the commission will seek to support members in situations where that is not always possible. Emergency relief efforts and development activities of its members. We are asking your prayer support and whatever resources you could give to Pentecostal churches of Nepal. May God bless you all as you live for his glory and honor in Christ Jesus.