Established in 2010, the Hobart Nepali Church is the only congregation of Nepalese people in the Hobart, where Nepalese believers can practice their Christian faith on their native Nepali language. By practicing their faith in their own native language this church is not only promoting Nepalese cultural life but equally preserving the Nepali language for the next generation as well.

We are dedicated to reaching across Hobart and the whole of Tasmania to our Nepalese brothers and sisters in order to hear their stories and the challenges they are facing so that we can make a difference in their lives.  Our church sees that making a difference in peoples lives and contributing to people and the community is a way of reflecting Christ’s love and displaying His light so that people see it and ultimately give praise to God.

Hobart Nepali church has been running community work for more details and updates see our Facebook page.

What is your address/location?
2 Pottery Road, Lenah Valley

Can I park?
The church building is in a quiet residential street with plenty of parking available along the roadside

What time should I arrive?
Our service starts at 1pm, but we encourage people to here at least 5 to 10 minutes before the start time so you have time to get settled. On the Second Sunday of the month we join with our English speaking congregation at 10 a.m.