Maryam Rostampour, 27, and Marzieh Amirizadeh, 30, are said to have been returned to Evin prison, where they have been held since 5 March without charge, Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) reports.
The women were arrested by Iranian security officers on 5 March after their apartment was searched and their Bibles confiscated. Neither women have committed a crime as defined under Iranian or international law.
No verdict was given at the end of last week’s hearing according to Elam Ministries, although various reports indicate that the women have been threatened with apostasy charges.
Apostates - Muslims who convert to another religion - often face arbitrary arrest, indefinite detention and a host of other serious human rights abuses in Iran.