Engage in Community

We show God’s love through engaging the world, both locally and globally. We serve the community in various ways coming alongside them in specific areas of need and interest.

Mind the Gap

The Mind the Gap program is a mentoring and tutoring program aimed at demonstrating the love of Jesus Christ to the Princeton community by preparing under-resourced high school students and graduates for success in higher education and/or the workplace.

There are several ways volunteers can get involved in the program. We are constantly looking for:
1. Volunteer teachers who would commit to teaching courses in soft skills 1 hour per week for 10 weeks.
2. Tutors in various classroom subjects.
3. ESL Instructors/Tutors
4. Mentors to invest into the lives of teenagers.


The Stone Hill Koinonia Team exists to strengthen the unity of the church body under the headship of Jesus Christ, while embracing racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, and other diversity.

On a monthly basis, this team provides opportunities for fellowship, education, and outreach.

Hispanic Heritage Month

SHC Hispanic congregants share their experiences: March 2022 Koinonia Event Replay

Previous events have included: Pastoral Discussions on the Crisis of Injustice (July 2020), Combating Injustice and Poverty in Crisis Pregnancies with Carolyn Gilmore (ChoiceOne Director), and Understanding Princeton’s African American History: A Virtual Tour with Shirley Satterfield.

Check out the Classes page for upcoming Koinonia team events.

Food Distribution

Assist local food pantries and services with critical community needs.

Contact the Care team to serve!

Discovery Bible Study

Engage your friends and neighbors in intentional conversations into interaction with God’s Word. Contact the church office for more information.


Mentors assist in the areas of financial stability, job search, faith journey.


Stone Hill Church works with local organizations to provide tutors to students of all ages.

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