Kingston Presbyterian Church, Kingston, New Jersey
4565 Route 27
P.O. Box 148
Kingston, NJ 08528

Throughout KPC’s history providing support to various local and international Christian missions has been a priority.  A percentage of the budget is set aside each year and the distribution of those monies is determined by the Mission Interpretation Commission.

Most of our missionaries are personally connected to our congregation.  Some attended services at KPC when they were students at Princeton seminary before going into the mission field or back to their own countries.  Several grew up in the church and were then called to service in other countries.  However the connection was made, the commitment to support them not just financially but also personally through frequent communication, visits and even work camps provides us with the opportunity to participate in spreading the good news of Jesus Christ here and throughout the world.

Local Mission Partners include:  Princeton Hospital Chaplaincy, Young Life, InterVarsity, International Students Incorporated (I.S.I). and the Rescue Mission of Trenton.

International Mission Partners include:  World Team (France), Operation Nehemiah (South Sudan), Medical Benevolence Foundation (Good Shepherd Hospital, DR Congo), Friends For Health in Haiti (FFHH), Friends of Forman College (Pakistan), New Life Associates (India), and Centro EvangElico de Estudios Pastorales en Centro AmErica (CEDEPCA-Guatemala).

Local Missions

The Chaplaincy Program at Princeton HealthCare Systems The Chaplaincy Program is supported by Kingston Presbyterian Church in several ways. The Committee on Religious Ministries is the name given to the chaplaincy program at the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro and Princeton House Behavioral Health. The program is a unique cooperative effort between Princeton HealthCare System and the local religious community. More…

Caribbean Mission – Haiti

Friends For Health In Haiti – Dr. Catherine Wolf, Founder/Director Listen to Dr. Wolf at Mission Sharing-Friends for Health in Haiti Haiti is the poorest country in the western hemisphere and one of the poorest in the world.  It was here that Catherine Wolf, a lifelong member of the Kingston Presbyterian Church; made a visit as a college student to see what…

Central America Mission_Costa Rica

Karla Koll is one of the 200+ missionaries sent out by the PCUSA. She was commissioned as a mission worker in 1988.  Kingston Presbyterian Church has been supporting her mission for many years. Karla has served previously in Guatemala at the Latin American Biblical University (UBL). She has served since 2013 as a Mission co-worker and as professor of history. mission, and…

World Team/Global Mission

World Team – David Riddell attended KPC with his family beginning in childhood and eventually felt called into ministry.  He and his wife, Becky, joined World Team in 1986 while he was attending Westminster Theological Seminary.  He was ordained into the Bible Fellowship Church denomination and served as church planter in France beginning in 1988.  David moved up in the organization, becoming the Field Director of France in 1995. In 2005 he assumed the responsibilities of Europe Area Director and focused the region’s vision toward encouraging, stimulating and supporting at least three church multiplication movements across Europe.  Appointed as World Team’s International Director in 2008, David continues to maintain close ties with many KPC members who have known him throughout his life and continue to support his work.

South Sudan, Africa Mission

William & Hannah Levi (Operation Nehemiah), South Sudan, Africa Kingston Presbyterian Church is a long-time mission partner with William and Hannah Levi of Operation Nehemiah which is focused on the South Sudan in Africa. Operation Nehemiah is doing everything possible to help rebuild the family, the church and the community as the country rebounds from decades of bloody war. William Levi is the…

Democratic Republic of The Congo, Africa Mission

Good Shepherd Hospital KPC has had a long-standing mission partnership with the Good Shepherd Hospital (also called the Institut Medical Chretien du Kasai or IMCK). It is part of the Medical Benevolence Foundation, a Presbyterian organization which supports over 100 hospitals and clinics throughout the world. IMCK is the primary health care facility and a center for medical education in the central…

South Asia Mission – Pakistan

KPC has supported Dr. James Tebbe, Rector of Forman Christian College in Lahore and the Friends of Forman Christian College for many years. “As a Christian institution living by our values, we extend that umbrella of God’s grace offered to all men and women regardless of ethnicity, religion or economic level, whether they are students, staff or faculty.” Dr. Jim Tebbe, Rector…

South Asia – India

On Sunday, March 18, 2018 Rev. Dr. Kishore  Joseph, Executive Director of New Life Associates ministry in India, visited KPC during his trip to the U.S.A. Rev. Joseph led the Adult Class and provided an update on his ministry in India. He also preached the sermon during morning worship after which he was able to renew old friendships with KPC members. New…