Making Dedicated Followers

The congregation at Stone Hill is committed to making dedicated followers of Jesus Christ in Princeton, the Northeast, and the whole world. That means we are committed to reaching out and serving in our church and community as well as partnering with global churches and missionaries. Contact the Global Outreach Team for more details about Global Outreach at Stone Hill.

Serving the Body

There are many new opportunities to serve the body of Christ in the current season. Both virtual and in-person opportunities are available. Some of the volunteer openings are listed below (click on the name to email the coordinator). For other opportunities that would fit your gifts, please contact the deacon management team.  

Audio/Visual - Video Camera Operator
Service Greeters (in person and online)
Church Life Team
Family Ministries
Care Ministry

Local Outreach

We are committed to reaching out and serving in our community. We have the God-given responsibility to love our neighbors by caring for their spiritual, emotional, and physical needs. We are committed to sharing the love of Jesus that has changed our lives with others. 

Outreach: Discovery Bible Study 

  • Developing a prayer strategy for your friends, neighbors and co-workers.
  • Understanding how to engage with your friends, neighbors and co-workers.
    • Moving conversations from casual to meaningful, from meaningful to spiritual and from spiritual to discovery.
  • Learning how to facilitate a discovery bible study that goes through a series of passages from Creation to Christ.
    • Learning a flow to a good discussion-based bible study---it's not the same as teaching.
    • Engaging those with no faith in an interaction around God's Word.
  • Here's a couple of links that introduce you to this process.
  • Contact Pastor Tracy for more info.

Selected Initiatives:

  • Follow up with women recently released from prison     
  • Stone Hill Arts Series: engaging the faith through the arts.
  • Acorn Glen/ PCC: This group reaches out to residents of Acorn Glen assisted living and Princeton Care Center.

Outreach happens best through relationships and relationships form around common interests. If you are interested in serving in any of these areas or want to know about other ongoing initiatives, or would like to start an outreach ministry based on a special interest or need, we would love to hear your ideas. Email or call the Stone Hill Church office at 609-924-3816.


The Stone Hill Koinonia Team provides a forum for issues of ethnicity, race and socio-economic differences to be discussed and understood in order to achieve better interconnections within the diversity of God's kingdom.

In celebration of Black History Month, the Koinonia Team invites you to a presentation of Understanding Princeton's African-American History. Historian and sixth generation resident, Shirley Satterfield, will discuss the rich history of African-American people and places in Princeton, focusing on the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood, the town's 20th historic district. Register for this event today!

For a taste of Ms. Satterfield's work and to prepare for the February 25th event, please visit visit the following websites:

Ms. Satterfield developed and narrates the Princeton Historical Society's Albert E. Hinds Memorial Walking Tour: African American Life in Princeton. This tour includes 40 historic locations, many of which no longer exist.  

Witherspoon-Jackson Historical and Cultural Society Heritage Tour includes 29 Heritage Tour Plaques, 4 of which have been placed at 4 churches in the Witherspoon Jackson District.


To commemorate and celebrate the contributions to our nation made by people of African descent, American historian Carter G. Woodson established Black History Week (then called “Negro History Week”) nearly a century ago. The event was first celebrated during the second week of February 1926, selected because it coincides with the birthdays of both Abraham Lincoln (February 12) and abolitionist/writer Frederick Douglass (February 14). That week would continue to be set aside for the event until 1976 when, as part of the nation’s bicentennial, it was expanded to a month. Since then, U.S. presidents have proclaimed February as National African American History Month. Other countries around the world, including Canada and the United Kingdom, also devote a month to celebrating Black history.

To learn more about Black history and the many contributions of African Americans visit:

Black Past
History.com Black History Month
PBS Recognizes the Many Contributions of African Americans This Black History Month & All Year Along   

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day became a national holiday in 1983. In 1994, President Clinton signed the Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday and Service Act. This made the holiday a day of community service, anti-violence campaigning, and interracial discussions. 

Reading: Letter from a Birmingham Jail, April 1963

Service Suggestions:

  • Pick up trash around your neighborhood or along your favorite hiking trail
  • Donate or help pack food at your town's food pantry
  • Hopewell Gives Back that is inviting families and individuals of all ages to pick up a project “kit” to complete at home.
    • Each project will benefit one of four local nonprofits:
      • I Support the Girls (feminine hygiene packs) 
      • Seeds to Sew International (decorating paper bags/boxes)
      • The Rescue Mission of Trenton (making no-sew fleece blankets or face masks)
      • The Sourland Conservancy (assembling native seed packets) ww.signupgenius.com/go/10c0d44aaaa2ca7fcc34-mlkday.
    • Sign up here
  • ​​​​Other suggestions

The Koinonia Team encourages continued reading and education on current issues of race and justice. The May 31 service at Epiphany Fellowship, this post from Kelly Hamren at Liberty University, and this document are great places to begin. 

Thank you to all who joined the July 9th Pastoral Conversation on the crisis of injustice in our country. If you missed this event and would like to view the video, please email koinonia@stonehillprinceton.org for the link. 

If you have questions or for more information, please email the Koinonia team.  

Global Outreach

30+ Missionary Groups

"Whatever you have commanded us we will do, wherever you send us we will go" -- Joshua 1:16

Since the formation of Westerly Road Church in 1956 and the expansion to Stone Hill Church of Princeton in 2013, the Lord has given us a vision and an ever growing passion for missions. Today, we support more than 30 missionary groups (families and organizations) working to fulfill the Great Commission. The majority of missionaries are members of the congregation who were inspired by other missionaries, speakers and pastors encouraging them to get involved in the work of the great commission. Our missionaries are working in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America. They are engaged in preaching, teaching, evangelism, church planting, medical ministry, translation and literacy, and much more.

Short Term Missions

We have a flourishing short-term mission program that supports our missionaries and local community outreach. Our praise is to the Lord for the many years SHC has been about making dedicated followers of Jesus Christ in Princeton, the Northeast, and around the world.

Summer Internships 2020

Leave the shore behind this summer, head for new horizons, and make waves that will impact the world! Click here to download the list of summer opportunities.


Contact the Global Outreach Team for more information about Global Outreach at Stone Hill.

Our Global Partners

Stone Hill Church of Princeton supports over 30 missionary groups (families or organizations) around the world. In partnership with our church and various missionary agencies, these workers serve in widely diverse areas – from translating the Scriptures to teaching at seminaries and schools. Stone Hill Church (formerly Westerly Road) has a proud history of being a mission-sending church, beginning with our first missionary in 1956. The majority of our global partners today are members of the congregation who were inspired by other missionaries, speakers and pastors encouraging them to get involved in the work of the great commission.

Asia & Australia

Tim & Mamiko Benedict
Kwansei Gakuin University

The Benedicts are ministering to college students on the campus of Kwansei Gakuin University in Japan. In addition to teaching, Tim also helps lead and speak at weekly campus chapel services and contributes to other Christian education activities on campus.

As Our Own

As Our Own provides a life-long family and best-in-class academics to the most vulnerable children in India, those born in the red light district and high risk slums. Why? To revolutionize the way the world cares for vulnerable children - caring for them not as orphans but as our own so that they may fulfill the sovereign purpose God has for each child's life. Through a family-style care model, top-notch academic curriculum, college scholarships, and more, As Our Own empowers each vulnerable child to reach her full God-given potential. 

Ryan & Mandy Kennedy

Ryan (son of Walter & Diane) works at a Theological College in Papua (Indonesia) teaching and training national Bible student. Mandy works at the newly-built Christian Community Center.

Walter & Diane Kennedy
TEAMThe Kennedys have worked in leadership development with the Hatam tribe and the Hatam Bible School. Walter and Diane serve on the Community Center Board - Walter coordinating the construction of the building and Diane teaching English classes as evangelistic outreach. Walter is working to establish the National Mission Board and serves as the TEAM Papua Ministry Area Leader.
Bob & Patty Mendelsohn
Jews for JesusBob is evangelizing to Jewish people in Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore through personal, one-to-one teaching and discipleship, and preaching in churches.

North America

Mark & Anne Bradley

Mark and Anne Bradley are working to improve the spiritual and academic quality of 130 church-based schools and to introduce nationwide standards for Christian schools in Haiti. Our vision is to transform Haiti’s Christian schools into thriving learning centers that equip students to serve God and each other.

Princeton Christian Fellowship

Princeton Christian Fellowship (PCF), formerly Princeton Evangelical Fellowship, was founded in 1931 by missionary Donald B. Fullerton who graduated from Princeton in 1913. PCF seeks to make disciples at Princeton University who are surrendered to the Lordship of Christ, submissive to the authority of Scripture, dependent upon the grace of God, devoted to God's people, equipped to serve others, and eager for the salvation of the lost. PCF also seeks to provide past students with ongoing care as alumni. PCF seeks to be an organization that excels in discipling university students, embodies humble service, becomes "family" to students during their time at Princeton, fosters evangelism as a way of life, and is devoted to prayer. Their program includes outreach, small and large group meetings, one-to-one discipling and hospitality. Additionally, PCF organizes a number of different retreats, conferences, service projects and short-term missions trips during the year.

Jonathan & Regina Pei-Chan
Cru/The Epic Movement

Regina and Jonathan disciple and reach out to Asian American students in New York City. Currently they serve as long distance coaches of University student leaders and strategic leadership development through Cru and Intervarsity Asian American groups.

John & Aruna Desai
International Students Inc.ISI ministry reaches international students at Princeton University, Princeton Theological Seminary, Rider University School of Music, Westminster Choir College, the Institute for Advanced Study and the College of New Jersey. An Annual Garage Give Away, monthly friendship dinners, Bible study groups, ESL and Personal English Practice are all part of the ministry. The most important ministry of friendship evangelism is carried on by 400 team members quietly and effectively.
Jon and Anita Hinkson
Cru/Rivendell InstituteJon and Anita seek to bring Christ and His Gospel to bear on all the life and labors of Yale University by engaging unbelievers through various evangelistic efforts and venues and by shepherding and equipping believers for a lifetime of Gospel influence at Yale and beyond.
Manna Christian Fellowship

Manna Christian Fellowship has served the Princeton University community since 1995, when a group of undergraduate students gathered to study the Bible and worship God. They are an evangelical, inter-denominational Christian Fellowship committed to the reality that the death, resurrection, and glory of Christ changes everything.


John Schleh
Christian Stronghold Mission Board

John's ministry is with inner-city young men, spending time with small groups of two or three young men at a time and teaching them how to renovate a house, have Bible study, etc. It has been extremely effective. He gets very close to the young men and has very strong input into their lives.

John & Jude Tiersma-Watson
Inner Change or Church Resource Ministries

John and Jude's ministry includes friendship evangelism, discipleship, and mentoring youth and their families in an immigrant barrio in central Los Angeles. They work to raise up leaders and train mentors and other long term missionaries. In addition, they create ministry tools that help multiply their influence and extend their efforts in this work.

Tim & Cindy Zulker
The Philip CenterThe Philip Center serves local churches in New England and beyond. It specializes in personal evangelism in the form of evangelistic outreach, evangelism training, and evangelism consulting. The Philip Center also provides spiritual and physical renewal to men and women in ministry in New England.
Peggy Fletcher
PioneersPeggy serves on the Executive Team at the U.S. office of Pioneers, working on various ministry projects, candidate orientation programs, training, church partner forums, and traveling to the field to visit missionaries. She is also involved with Third-Culture Kids, the Pioneers International Council, and Heart Craft.


Matt & Tara M.

Matt grew up and was baptized in Stone Hill Church. He and his wife Tara have served at a hospital in West Africa since 2008. Matt serves as a physician, Director of HIV programs, and liaison to their hospital chaplains. Tara coordinates homeschooling for their four children.

Reda Anderton
World TeamReda provides health care for the Baka people in surrounding camps as well as for the non-Baka local community. She is also a health consultant for the World Team missionaries in Cameroon. Reda plans to progress in developing health lessons in the Baka language and continue to provide medical consultations.
Dan & Ginny Bryant
New Tribes Mission

Dan and Ginny had orientation in Conakry, Guinea before moving to the village where they have now lived since 2004. They have been involved primarily in language and culture study. They are involved in the lives of the people around them through ministries such as medical work, a school building project in the neighboring village, and other community development projects. They are also becoming involved in the national church in town. 

Ted & Dana Witmer
CrossworldTed teaches and is director of projects at Shalom University. Dana practices pediatrics and Tropical Medicine. She is also involved regularly in evangelism and community outreach.


Shirley Hinkson

Shirley works to win the lost through personal appointments and evangelistic teas and to disciple those women who receive Christ. She teaches the Bible at international women's conferences, Cru staff conferences, and Hinkson Christian Academy. She trains workers on evangelism, encourages other missionaries, and prays for revival. She disciples new and younger believers.

Jack & Pat Barentsen
Biblical Ministries Worldwide

Jack trains leaders by teaching Christian Education, Pastoral Care and Church Leadership at ETF (an Evangelical Seminary in Belgium, www.etf.edu). He researches, writes and speaks on leadership. Pat shares Christ in relationships she builds through her walking club and her part-time florist job. Together, they serve their local church, Jack as teaching elder, Pat in music and creative ministries.

Ron & Rosa Fisher
CrossWorldSince 1975 the Fishers have been planting churches in Milan, Italy. After a heart attack in 2005, their children, now all located in the U.S., wanted them closer. So they now divide their ministry year between Italy and the U.S., spending six months in each location. Their ministry is focused on theological teaching and writing. Rosa, who is Italian, collaborates in all his writing projects.
Ron & Hildegard Furst
Biblical Ministries Worldwide

The Fursts have been engaged in church-planting in southern Germany and Luxembourg. They are engaged in training ministries and outreach in the Wangener Bible Church and neighboring Allgäu independent Bible churches.

Woody & Sue Lewis
CrossworldWoody teaches at Geneva Bible Institute, conducts training weekends, and has personal one-on-one discipleship of 10 young men. He also taught in Senegal for two weeks at a Bible School. Sue recently wrote and published a Bible study manual for new believers. She is also on the board of GBI.
Lynn & Karen McAdam
OC InternationalLynn uses his writing and teaching skills to promote leadership development and support the growth of healthy churches in Germany and Austria. The team website (www.Kompass-eV.net) is a popular resource for pastors and church leaders. Karen serves in and through their local church in Fuessen. She is also Chair of the Black Forest Academy board.
John & Stella White

John teaches missions and Stella teaches English at the Ukrainian Evangelical Theological Seminary in Kyiv, Ukraine. John is currently working on developing new programs to train nationals in missions, including a short-term missions preparation course and a master’s degree in urban missions.

South America

Sergio & Marcia Nascimento
Crossworld in BrazilAfter years of living close to Sao Paulo, God has gifted the Nascimentos with the possibility of returning to ministry in northern Brazil to work with indigenous people. Presently, they make a number of trips each year as teachers for the indigenous Bible training program in remote villages. They also disciple seminary students, work with local church leadership, and train students who have decided to serve as trans-cultural missionaries.
Doug & Audrey Smith
Instituto InterGlobal/IGThe goal is to rapidly proliferate mission training centers. These mission corner refreshment stands cooperate to create an interactive network sharing curricula, courses, professors, students, facilities, information and vision. They work to provide orientation upon request in order to form a local contextualized curricula. They serve as a neutral hub for field-based education, which is available to all, up to the Ph.D level.