Finding a place to belong.
If you want to grow in your relationship with Jesus, you need to have intentional relationships with people who have the same goal—and a Dinner Group is the ideal place for that. Dinner Groups are a gathering of 6-12 adults who meet regularly to discuss and apply Sunday’s conversation. People who attend Dinner Groups will come from different careers, backgrounds, and stages of life but over a shared meal they find common ground. In a Dinner Group, you can find a place to belong.
Ready to find a seat at the table? Find a Dinner Group that fits your schedule or start one of your own.
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Join a group. The process is simple. Just follow these three steps:
Dinner Groups will fill on a first-come, first-served basis.
Married couples’ groups are available for those in a committed married relationship where both spouses are available to attend Dinner Group together.
Open for enrollment until Sunday, February 10th
All of our Dinner Groups meet with the same purpose in mind and consist of individuals of various ages and life stages. We encourage you to pick a night where you can be the most consistent.
You will not be the only new person in your group. Dinner Groups are always open by enrollment or invitation, so we have new members joining groups all the time. However, if you want to join a brand new group, short term Dinner Groups are a great option for you.
All you need to prepare for Dinner Group is to listen to Sunday’s conversation before the group meets. Your group leader will let you know if they would like you to bring along food, drinks, or anything else.
Our only co-ed groups are for married couples in a committed relationship. Because Dinner Group members share about their personal lives, it is important for group to be a safe, confidential place. When talking about personal details, members are willing to share more in a same-gender context.
You are welcome to attend whatever group works best for you. The advantage of a married couples Dinner Group is the ability to meet other married couples in our area. The advantage of a Men’s or Women’s Dinner Group is that you will have a wide range of members in diverse life stages.
No, a Dinner Group is not a Bible Study in the traditional sense. Dinner Groups are designed for us to not only hear God’s Word, but to apply what we are learning together. Bible Studies, which focus on understanding the books of the Bible and learning tools to study scripture on your own, are not meant to take the place of a Dinner Group. If you are a member of Hoboken Grace and are interested in enrolling in a Bible Study, you can find more information about that here.
When first trying out Dinner Groups, you are welcome to attend multiple groups to get a feel for the group dynamics. After a few weeks, we encourage members to commit to one group where they can invest and attend consistently.
Our dinner groups are currently on a summer break and will relaunch the week of September 10th. Sign ups for groups will open Saturday, August 26th @ 6 pm. If you’d like to be notified when enrollment resumes you can email email@example.com and we will provide you with the link when they are open again.Close