We are a 24/7 House of Prayer in Kathmandu, Nepal that desires to love Jesus to the fullness of what He deserves, discover the Father’s heart, and release God’s love over the nations

Will You Cry Out With Us Day and Night?

We are open 24 hours 7 days a week!

Everyone is welcome to visit at any time and have a safe place to spend time with God.  We also hold daily corporate prayer and worship gatherings.  Our desire is that, as Father God looks down from heaven, He would find sons and daughters in the nation of Nepal who know His name, are calling out to Him in prayer, and are holding fast to Him day and night in love.

 Corporate Worship Times

Monday – Friday

Devotions (8:00 am – 9:30 am)
Worship, Prayer, and Daily Encouragement

Breakthrough Prayer (9:30 am – 10:00 am)
Half an hour of focused prayer in the gift of tongues

Monday

A Quiet Space (7:00 pm)
Quiet devotional worship time in English

Tuesday

Intercession (7:00 pm)
Corporate bi-lingual intercession for Nepal and the nations

Wednesday

Nepali Worship (7:00 pm)
Quiet devotional worship time in Nepali

Thursday

Intercession (7:00 pm)
Corporate bi-lingual intercession for Nepal and the nations

Friday

Youth Revival (7:00 pm)
A gathering of young adults for Worship and Teaching in Nepali

Saturday

Nepali Church Service (10:00 am)
A gathering of Nepali lovers of Jesus for Worship and Teaching in Nepali

Encounter God Service (7:00 pm)
A bi-lingual time of worship for the Holy Spirit to freely move, encounter people, and transform hearts

Visit Us

Directions From Jawalakhel

1. Exit the roundabout onto the road heading toward Ring Road
2. Continue on road until reaching a large tree
3. Take a right turn at large tree toward Higher Grounds Bakery
4. Pass Higher Grounds Bakery
5. Turn left at the Bhanimandal Basketball Courts
6. Continue on the road past the Bhanimandal Mart (the Mart will be on your right)
7. Continue down the hill until you reach Ring Road
8. Cross Ring Road and continue down the road and down the hill
9. At the fork in the road at the bottom of the hill, bear left and follow the road to the left of the Hindu temple
10. Take the first left.  There is a shoe store on the corner where you are suppose to turn and across the street is a bakery called Granny Bakery
11. Take the first left again at Puja Pharmacy
12. We are the last house on the left of the dead end

The Gethsemane House of Prayer is a tan colored five-storied building with a brown gate.
Call +977 9818994586 (Clem), +977 9823254817 (Paul), or +977 9801048131 (Pastor Kumar) for further assistance

Directions From Bhanimandal Basketball Courts

1.  Proceed on the road towards Ring Road and Bhanimandal Mart (the Mart will be on your right)
2. Continue on the road past the Bhanimandal Mart (the Mart will be on your right)
3. Continue down the hill until you reach Ring Road
4. Cross Ring Road and continue down the road and down the hill
5. At the fork in the road at the bottom of the hill, bear left and follow the road to the left of the Hindu temple
6. Take the first left.  There is a shoe store on the corner where you are suppose to turn and across the street is a bakery called Granny Bakery
7. Take the first left again at Puja Pharmacy
8. We are the last house on the left of the dead end

The Gethsemane House of Prayer is a tan colored five-storied building with a brown gate.
Call +977 9818994586 (Clem), +977 9823254817 (Paul), or +977 9801048131 (Pastor Kumar) for further assistance

Directions From Guesthouses (514, Resting Place, Mountain Child)

1. Head toward Bhanimandal Chowk (the intersection with the basketball courts)
2. Continue on road until reaching the Bhanimandal Basketball Courts and head straight down toward the hill and away from the guesthouses
3. Continue on the road past the Bhanimandal Mart (the Mart will be on your right)
4. Continue down the hill until you reach Ring Road
5. Cross Ring Road and continue down the road and down the hill
6. At the fork in the road at the bottom of the hill, bear left and follow the road to the left of the Hindu temple
7. Take the first left.  There is a shoe store on the corner where you are suppose to turn and across the street is a bakery called Granny Bakery
8. Take the first left again at Puja Pharmacy
9. We are the last house on the left of the dead end

The Gethsemane House of Prayer is a tan colored five-storied building with a brown gate.
Call +977 9818994586 (Clem), +977 9823254817 (Paul), or +977 9801048131 (Pastor Kumar) for further assistance

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Eight Core Values

The Gethsemane House of Prayer is a ministry of Swallow’s Nest Ministries – Southeast Asia.

Swallow’s Nest Ministries – Southeast Asia holds eight core values as foundational in fulfilling the Great Commission and foundational in our obedience to the greatest commandment to “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind” and “Love your neighbor as yourself.”  The eight core values are composed of four core spiritual disciplines and four core spiritual fruit.  They are biblically-based and non-negotiable.

THE FOUR CORE SPIRITUAL DISCIPLINES

We actively carry our cross by daily practicing four core spiritual disciplines, two disciplines focused on loving God and two disciplines focused on loving others.  

THE DISCIPLINES OF LOVING GOD

1. INTIMACY

We believe that we are hand-created by God for the purpose of satisfying God’s desire for intimacy, union, communion, and companionship.  We are empowered to accomplish this purpose through the Holy Spirit revealing to us the desires of His heart and surrendering ourselves, by the power of the Holy Spirit, to share His desires and His love for righteousness.  Every aspect of our lives flow from and serve this purpose.  Our greatest desire and joy is to love Him to the fullness of what He deserves.

2. UNCEASING WORSHIP

We believe that the prayer Jesus prayed, “on earth as it is in heaven,” (Matthew 6:10) includes within it a command to minister to the Lord through unceasing adoration on earth, modeling the way He receives worship unceasingly in heaven. (Revelation 4)  We commit ourselves to the place of unceasing worship believing that unceasing worship is the only fitting response to His worthiness.

THE DISCIPLINES OF LOVING OTHERS

3. UNCEASING PRAYER

We put our trust, faith, and hope in God’s promise to “bring about justice for His elect, who cry to Him day and night.” (Luke 18)   We commit ourselves in obedience to the place of unceasing prayer believing that unceasing prayer is how we are called to hold fast to Him in love and, in doing so, He will deliver, protect, answer prayers, rescue, honor, and bring many to the saving knowledge of Himself because we know, acknowledge His name, and lift it high. (Psalm 91:14-16)

4. LOVING THE LEAST

We recognize that a necessary evidence of an authentic relationship with Jesus is that it compels us to the lowest place to joyfully love the least in the darkest and dirtiest places.  Revival, we believe, begins with the broken, humble, poor, lowly, and despised; the people that Jesus chose to spend His time with on earth.  Following His footsteps, we choose to spend our time with those people.  Following His command, we choose to freely give ourselves away to the orphan and the widow.

THE FOUR CORE SPIRITUAL FRUITS

As we practice the four core spiritual disciplines, we expect, through the work of the Holy Spirit in us, to produce four core spiritual fruits in our lives; two inward fruits in our pursuit of Christlikeness in our inner man or women and two outward fruits in our pursuit of Christlikeness in our lifestyles and relationships.

THE INWARD FRUITS

5. HOLINESS & CONSECRATION

“If it’s not worship to God, don’t do it!”  We highly value the honor that King Jesus has given us by bringing us into His inner chambers, paying for our access at the highest price of His life, and we make a stand to refuse to allow any other ‘lovers’ to have the rightful place He alone deserves. (Song of Songs 1:4)  We commit ourselves to the privilege of daily carrying our cross and we pursue having clean hands and pure hearts so that we may ascend the hill of the Lord, stand in His holy place and, more than simply ‘not sinning,’  be visibly set apart for Him, made beautiful for our Bridegroom King, in radical consecration. (Psalm 24)

6. VALUE FOR SUFFERING & JOY

We value, cherish, and rejoice in the opportunity to suffer in the Christian life.  We recognize that learning to love the way that God loves necessarily requires a joyful willingness to carry our cross daily, keeping our eyes fixed, as His eyes were, on the joy of greater intimacy set before us. (Psalm 24, Hebrews 12:2)  Also, we believe that suffering is an opportunity that we only receive during our earthly lifetime.  When we rejoice in suffering, it “overwhelms” the heart of God and we consider it a great joy and honor that Jesus would count us worthy of moving His heart. (Song of Songs 6:5)

THE OUTWARD FRUITS

7. TOTAL DEPENDENCY

We completely depend upon God for everything.  If He doesn’t ‘show up,’ we can’t do it and we won’t do it.

8. A FAMILY ROOTED IN HUMILITY

We desire, as a family, to fully live out the model of fellowship as described in Acts 2 and 4:32-34 by each individually living out the principles of Philippians 2:3, doing nothing out of selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility counting others above ourselves.  We draw three practical principles from the Acts model of fellowship: living a lifestyle of radical generosity, daily corporate worship, and maintaining favor through living a lifestyle and maintaining an attitude of blessing toward all people.