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.
Ben is the North American Missionary Intern at Foundation for Peace (FFP) in Haiti. About FFP, "We believe the greatest transformations happen when we do God’s work together—hand in hand. Our projects are done through short-term mission teams supported by permanent in-country staff, and focus on four main areas: body, mind, spirit and community. As a result FFP mission teams build medical clinics and water purification facilities to improve health of the body. We build schools to increase knowledge and create economic opportunities. We build churches for spiritual growth. And we provide community outreach programs to build better places to live."