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Summer For Preschoolers

It’s summerrrrrr! I hear Olaf singing that, don’t you? Gotta love Olaf, but we have no snowmen in our summer theme this year. We do however have water—and lots of it! It’s time for Camp Splish Splash! Camp Splish Splash will run through both June and July and introduce our preschoolers to lots of interactive Bible stories that all teach […]

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Retreating

A group of 25 of our impact leaders recently returned from a weekend with the Axiom Community. They spent three days giving their full attention to developing a deeper intimacy with God, through storytelling, Bible teaching, and personal prayer and reflection time. The retreat was devoted to spiritual renewal and preparing the heart to listen to God’s dreams. We asked […]

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A Strong Summer

Often times we end our summer looking back at a whirlwind of activity. Activity that we enjoyed, but activity that leaves us drained physically and, most importantly, drained spiritually. Rather than walking into the fall refreshed and renewed, we often limp into fall longing for routine. Is it possible to change that? Is it possible for summer to be a […]

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Growth Path

This morning (5/31) we released for the first time the Hoboken Grace Growth Path.  Simply put, this is our plan as a church community to accomplish the mission of helping people find their way back to God.  In Ephesians we’re challenged to live our lives with purpose and intention. 1Cor. 9:24-27  Don’t you realize that in a race everyone runs, […]

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This Crazy Book

Have you ever sat down to read the Bible and felt intimidated? Have you ever wondered, “Where do I start?” Have you ever felt you had no idea how to understand what you just read? You’re not alone, and it doesn’t have to be like that. For the next six weeks we’re going to read through the beginning of Acts […]

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Anyone and Everyone

It’s never too late to join us in our Bible Reading Plan. We are reading through the New Testament in one year, one chapter per day. On Wednesday, we read Acts 16. In Acts 16 we see God and the Holy Spirit defy race, social economics, background, and aptitude. Acts 16 is where we also see the church of Philippi formed, […]

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What the Heck is Teams Night?

On Friday, June 5th, we will have our second Teams Night of 2015. Our first one, in March, was an incredible night of prayer and worship, and just of time spent leaning on God. Over the past several months I’ve had a lot of questions about it, mainly along these lines: “Can I go to Teams Night?” “Can I bring […]

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Lights, Camera, Action!

Our dinner groups at Hoboken Grace are all about building community. A half-dozen groups took that to heart last week by preparing more than 500 meals for local students rehearsing for opening night of Shrek The Musical. For four nights, the dinner groups provided more than 150 plates to the hungry cast and crew of elementary, middle and high school students […]

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Like a good neighbor….

As Director of Missions and Outreach, I have a passion to see people connect. I love it when people learn something new about someone else, find something in common with a complete stranger or even discover something unique in cultural differences. We have an opportunity coming up to experience all of the above. Our friends at Liberty in North Korea […]

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Baptism Meetings This Sunday

Now is your chance! One of the first steps we are called to take when we become a follower of Christ is the step of baptism. It’s an outward expression of our faith and a symbol that we have been made new because of Christ. If you are interested in taking the step of baptism or have questions, we will […]

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Go! Jersey City

At Hoboken Grace, we know it’s possible to improve a city in a single day. That’s the goal of Go! Jersey City, a one-day service event hosted by Downtown Community Church. We’ll be working alongside them to complete projects for New City Kids, St. Anthony’s High School and other local organizations, while also transforming parks across the city. This is […]

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