Introduction To GCDN

Introduction To GCDN

Grace Community Development Nepal (GCDN) is an indigenous Christian faith base organization that started in 2013. It was registered under Nepal Government in the year 2013 as a Non-governmental organization. It is social wing of GCCC. Since then GCDN has been working in partnership with various partner organizations, local bodies and churches for literacy project and others projects. The main objective of GCDN is to empower the people to live their lives with fluffiness and with dignity.  Over the past years GCDN has extended its services in providing Literacy classes for the illiterate people and help them to form strong civil society. Shedding the light of awareness about the importance of education, their fundamental rights, equality, health, democracy and so on.

GRACE CHRISTIAN CHURCH (GCC) is located in Nakkhu Lalitpur, Kathmandu. It is the central church of 36 branch churches. The church is affiliated to NCF (Nepal Christian Fellowship). In our country there is no any provision to register the churches in government yet. The main work is holistic ministry: Church planting, Disciple ship training and theological studies.With the help of the church Board named GCCC (Grace Christian Church council) Executive committee and advisors in the council. All the functions of the Church undertakes through the Council.

Grace Christian church has networked with CARNET NEPAL AND UMN. Grace Christian Church has been working especially related to children at risk and woman empowerment and awareness. Some program worked together, for instance, in Bhaktapur city, we are running an informal education for the poor and needy children, and taking part in manpower development, involving and conducting monthly prayer and other activities. Sr. Pastor Indra/NEHEMIAH is the founding Executive members of CARNET, with UMN. GCCC is working in corporate prayer, exchanging prayer items and advocacy, exchanging consultancy and expertise.

At CDO's office:     Registration No: 3783/2070
Date:                    B.S. 2070/04/07 (22nd July, 2013)
At SWC:                Registration No: 37574
Date:                    B.S 2070/04/08 (23rd July, 2013)

Core Values

We acknowledge one God; Father, Son and Holy Spirit. In Jesus Christ the love, mercy and grace of God are made known to us and all people. From this overflowing abundance of God's love we find our call to sense the needy and the spirit of Christ.  
We proclaim together, "Jesus lived, died, and rose again. Jesus is Lord." We desire him to be central in our individual and corporate life.
We seek to follow him -- in his identification with the poor, the powerless, the afflicted, the oppressed, the marginalized; in his special concern for children; in his respect for the dignity bestowed by God on women equally with men; in his challenge to unjust attitudes and systems; in his call to share resources with each other; in his love for all people without discrimination or conditions; in his offer of new life through faith in him. From him we derive our holistic understanding of the gospel of the Kingdom of God, which forms the basis of our response to human need. Advocate on behalf of the speechless people, individual and community as well.
Our value is based on Isaiah 61:1 “The spirit of the lord God is upon me, because the Lord has anointed me to preach good tidings to the poor; He has send me to heal the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and to opening the prison to those who are bound.”
All people are created equal so there should not be discrimination and all people have right to live their life with dignity and respect.

•    Caring for people
•    Equal opportunity for all
•    Compassion
•    A Servant attitude
•    Emphasis on long term solution and sustainability
•    Promotion of self-reliance
•    Promotion of team spirit
•    Accountability and transparency
•    Honor Partnership