The demolition comes shortly after a UN General Assembly resolution condemning the destruction of religious sites.
Christians now number between two and three million throughout Nepal.
The church in Galkot began with just two families in January and within a few weeks grew to forty-five members.
In 2016, seven Christians were arrested in the Nepalese district of Dolakha for handing out Bibles.
Here are some of the places that might surprise you—and drive you to pray for them.
The Supreme Court of Nepal refused bail to Pastor Keshav Acharya and sent him back to prison for the duration of his trial.
This is the second Christian in Nepal to be arrested on COVID-19 related charges.
Nepal’s constitution guarantees freedom of religion, and all citizens have the right to profess, practice and protect their faith.
The pastor could face up to six months in prison after being unjustly accused of giving false information about COVID-19.