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"Should I not be concerned?" Jonah 4:11

"But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth." Acts 1:8


World evangelism has been the mission of Park Street Church since it was a part of sending out the first American missionaries, who sailed to India in 1812.  In 1819, Park Street sent out its first team of missionaries to plant a church in the Sandwich Islands. Over 200 years later, we remain committed to sending missionaries all over the world to plant churches, equip the local church, translate the Bible into heart languages, and to meet physical and emotional needs in under-served areas.



Global Outreach

Park Street Church engages in global outreach through staff, mid-term, and short-term missionaries and global professionals. Our passion is for unreached people groups—those whose Christian witness is less than 2% of its population.

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Short-term Opportunities

Get a glimpse of God’s heart of concern for the nations through a short-term missions experience. Check out these 2017 STM opportunities and consider joining a team.   

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Local Outreach

Right outside our doors we minister to homeless, recently arrived refugees, and internationals students and scholars and their families. 

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Missionary Prayer & Care

Each missionary has a Barnabas Group that provides encouragement and support through frequent communication. You can choose a Barnabas Group based on your interest in a specific area of the world or your connection to a missionary.  

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For more information contact: Missions

Upcoming Ministry Events

  • Refugee Hangout Café

    Refugee Hangout Café


    May 25


    Step beyond news headlines and sound bites on immigration. Join us for our next gathering and learn who your refugee neighbors really are.  
    The Refugee Hangout Café brings together refugees, immigrants, and nativeborn Americans in an informal setting to share coffee and conversation, stories and snacks. All are welcome. No previous experience or training is required.
    Contact Torli Krua, GBRM CO-Director to RSVP or ask a question.
    He can also be reached at 857-249-9983

    Location: Farmer House Coffee (374 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA 02115)

    • Starts: May 25, 2017 / 6:00PM
    • Ends: May 25, 2017 / 8:30PM