Hub 450

Note: This form is not for rental payments or payment for classes. Please see this page for rental information.

We are a Hub of welcome for the Nations to build bridges across cultures through hospitality, learning, and creativity.

Hub450 is also available as an event space that can be rented by the community for corporate or private functions (and at a discounted rate to new immigrants).

Lancaster County is best known as a tourist destination for those wanting to learn about its Amish and Mennonite communities. Many do not realize that Lancaster is also home to immigrants from many nations. Lancaster was named “America’s Refugee capital”, by the BBC, as Lancaster boasts the second largest refugee population per capita than any other city in the USA.

There are a variety of programs running at Hub450 to serve and welcome refugees and immigrants to Lancaster. To name a few: Global Women’s Village, English as a Second Language Classes, Driver’s Ed Classes, Prayer for the Nations Night, After-School Tutoring, and (coming soon) an International Cafe.

Our core values include the following:

  • Hospitality: sharing food, friends, and relationships at the table

  • Opportunity: partnering with neighbors, community, nations

  • Presence: practicing Christ’s love for the well-being of the city and world

  • Engage: creating space for education, art, business, innovation, and faith

We hope you will consider partnering with us in welcoming our New Neighbor to Lancaster!

Support Hub 450

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Hub 450

Note: This form is not for rental payments or payment for classes. Please see this page for rental information.

We are a Hub of welcome for the Nations to build bridges across cultures through hospitality, learning, and creativity.

Hub450 is also available as an event space that can be rented by the community for corporate or private functions (and at a discounted rate to new immigrants).

Lancaster County is best known as a tourist destination for those wanting to learn about its Amish and Mennonite communities. Many do not realize that Lancaster is also home to immigrants from many nations. Lancaster was named “America’s Refugee capital”, by the BBC, as Lancaster boasts the second largest refugee population per capita than any other city in the USA.

There are a variety of programs running at Hub450 to serve and welcome refugees and immigrants to Lancaster. To name a few: Global Women’s Village, English as a Second Language Classes, Driver’s Ed Classes, Prayer for the Nations Night, After-School Tutoring, and (coming soon) an International Cafe.

Our core values include the following:

  • Hospitality: sharing food, friends, and relationships at the table

  • Opportunity: partnering with neighbors, community, nations

  • Presence: practicing Christ’s love for the well-being of the city and world

  • Engage: creating space for education, art, business, innovation, and faith

We hope you will consider partnering with us in welcoming our New Neighbor to Lancaster!

Support Hub 450

Transaction fees