In the first two weeks of November, Pastor Paul Rai and Pastor Dan Evenhuis will be visiting Nepal on a fact-finding and presence ministry trip. We are looking to build long-term partnerships with local pastors and NGO’s in Nepal. We will be partnering with Baptist Mission Australia in setting up long-term partnerships for mission and outreach by indigenous Napalese people.

Some of the trip highlights will be:

  • Visiting two Nepalese NGO’s who are already doing great outreach work in Nepal
  • Encouraging local pastors, especially those in more rural areas serving minority people groups
  • Encouraging a bunch of children and teens who have experienced homelessness
  • Visiting a Bible College supporting church planting and rural pastors.


How you can get involved:

Walk with us:

Your welcome to join us for the walk. However, it is a 1,000m ascent and there are no places along the way if you want to drop-out. So it’s all in if you’re joining us. You’ll need a reasonable level of fitness.


We’re welcoming donations to support the ministry in Nepal. Half of what is received for this walk will go towards covering the cost of the trip. The other half will be shared with ministries within Nepal (we’ll report back with what your donation went towards).

Affordable Art

Donate here towards supporting rural communities in Nepal, and Nepali migrant workers in Hobart. Alternatively, you can make a direct bank transfer using the following info (please add reference 'Affordable Art').

Account Name: Citywide Baptist Church
BSB 704-922
Account Number: 100007491

The Climb:

12:00pm               Leave Citywide:Lenah Valley, Pottery Rd (95m above sea level) and walk up Lenah Valley Road and the ‘Old Hobartian Track’

4:30pm                 Arrive at Mt Arthur (1140m above sea level)

6:00pm                 Arrive at kunanyi (1271m above sea level) for a prayer-time for Nepal     

Total: Height gain: 1176m and distance of 9km