Missions at Hulen Street Church means we pray, give, and go. We have many local and global mission partnerships, and we visit them often.
Our Mission Partners
Our partnership with Norwegian Settlers Church located in Port Shepstone, South Africa began in 2011. Each year a team from Hulen Street spends spring break to do ministry in the local communities around Port Shepstone.
Our partnership with Vintage Church Pittsburgh began in 2019 as a part of Hulen Street's Back to the Future Capital Campaign. Along with a financial partnership, Hulen Street sends a team each summer to reach the community around Vintage's West Camps.
Our partnership with Shema Madagascar Ministries officially began January 2019. The Mamitiana Family are indigenous missionaries to Fort Dauphin, Madagascar.
FGIM Witness, Haiti
Our partnership with FGIM Witness began in 2019 a. FGIM Witness was founded by former partners Pierre and Lourphine St. Louis in 2007.
Our Global Partners
The Laz Family
Serving in SE Asia
J & K, along with their four children serve their community through medical missions.
Zach & Amy
Serving in The Caucasus
Zach & Amy, and their two boys serve their community through a tourism ministry while building relationships with neighbors.
Ryan & Susan
Serving in Central Asia
Ryan & Susan, and their two boys work with fellow global workers in their region and connect with locals to share the Good News.
Thomas & Holley
Serving in Belgium
Thomas and Holley, and their daughter Primrose live in Namur, Belgium and serve their community as church planters.
Serving in Vietnam
Becky teaches English at a University in Hanoi, Vietnam and meets in small groups in her city allowing her to connect and share with students.
Michael & Audrey
Serving in the Arabian Peninsula
Michael and Audrey are working in sports in the Arabian Peninsula to connect with people to build relationships that last beyond this life.
Andy & Bailey
Serving in West Africa
Andy and Bailey, along with their two children are currently studying language in France with plans to move to West Africa early 2021.