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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

A COMMITMENT TO THE GREAT COMMISSION

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.

We accomplish this 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.

 

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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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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For more information contact: Missions

Upcoming Ministry Events

  • Greater Boston Refugee Ministry Training One

    Greater Boston Refugee Ministry Training One

    Missions

    March 18

    9:00AM - 2:00PM

    Details

    This session is Day 1 of two days of GBRM training. It includes an introduction to the refugee story: who refugees are, where they come from, why they left home, how they got here, and what our role is as the Church. We will also provide an introduction to intercultural ministry and opportunities to connect with others with similar interests.

    This is organized and hosted by the Greater Boston Refugee Ministry.  You may email GBRM at GBRM@egc.org or contact Michele & Pat at RefugeeMinistry@parkstreet.org.

    REGISTER

    Location: Mount Hope Belmont (51 Lexington St, Belmont, MA 02478)

  • Volunteer for International Easter Dinner 2017

    Volunteer for International Easter Dinner 2017

    Missions

    April 8

    10:00AM - 7:00PM

    Details

    On Saturday, April 8th, the International Ministry of Park Street Church is hosting an Easter dinner, followed by a brief presentation. All international students, immigrants, refugees and American volunteers are welcome.

    We need about 24 volunteers throughout the day. We need volunteers to: prepare and cook the meal, setup the room, host tables, serve food, and clean up.

    I WANT TO VOLUNTEER     I HAVE A QUESTION

    Location: Fellowship Hall, Park Street Church (Zero Park Street, Boston, MA 02108)

  • Greater Boston Refugee Ministry Training Two

    Greater Boston Refugee Ministry Training Two

    Missions

    April 29

    9:00AM - 2:00PM

    Details

    This session is Day 2 of two days of GBRM training. This is primarily for people who want to be part of an Ambassador Community supporting a refugee family. We strongly recommend that you complete Day 1 first, as the second training builds on the first. If you would like to discuss your individual situation, please email GBRM at GBRM@egc.org or contact Michele & Pat at RefugeeMinistry@parkstreet.org.

    REGISTER

    Location: Mount Hope Belmont (51 Lexington St, Belmont, MA 02478)