When you join us on Sunday, someone will be at the door to welcome you. At Hoboken Grace, we believe that God is pursuing us no matter where we have been, what we have done, or who we are. We want to make sure you feel right at home from the moment you arrive.
Available during our 9:30 am & 11:00 am service, our Grace Kids service is an unbelievable experience for kids ages 6 wks to 5th grade. In each age environment we are working to introduce the message and truth of Christ in a way that will fill the children’s lives with His love. *There are no Grace Kids classes during the 12:30pm service.
One of the powerful ways we honor God and display our appreciation for Him is through music. Listen to our Spotify playlist to get an idea of the types of music we worship with.
Every week we want to make sure we engage our God as we walk through service together. During Silence, the band will play quietly, and a member of the Speaking Team will lead everyone in a time of personal and silent prayer. You will have a few moments to engage God in a personal conversation, sharing whatever is on your heart.
Each week, a large portion of the service will be a talk led by the Lead Pastor, Chris High, or a member of the Speaking Team. This message will often be part of a multi-week series exploring what God has to say about a specific part of life. Don’t worry – if you join in the middle of a series, there will be ample review to make sure you can follow along. Wondering what kind of things we talk about? You can watch or listen to any of the past conversations we have had by clicking the button below.
Come as you are! Our pastor usually wears jeans and a button down shirt. You’ll see people in shorts and t-shirts. We’re big on how we can love God and people. We’re not all that concerned about what we wear while we do that.
We are a non-denominational church with people from all backgrounds. No matter what your background, you will feel welcome. You won’t be pointed out or made to feel uncomfortable in any way. You will have a meaningful, stress-free and fun experience.
You can expect to be welcomed into a friendly, casual environment by people who are glad you came. Each service is just over an hour where you can expect to hear a thought-provoking, practical message based on the Bible.
We do not pass baskets at Hoboken Grace. If today is your first time with us feel no obligation to give in any way. Giving is for those of us who have stepped into a relationship with Christ and are following Him and worshiping Him through that.
For those who want to give, you can use your phone to go to hobokengrace.com/give. Giving allows us to serve our community in both big and small ways.
YES! We offer Grace Kids at our 9:30 am and 11:00 am services. Each week the kids learn about God in a safe, fun and enjoyable environment. Each age group activity and lesson is tailored to meet their needs.
We suggest arriving 15 minutes early to get your kids checked into the program before the service starts.
When you register your child, you will receive a receipt sticker that you will use to pick up your child after the service. On that receipt, you will also notice a code, which will appear on the main screen in the auditorium should your child need you during the service.
We suggest you walk or take public transportation if possible. However, if you are driving in, parking in Hoboken is much easier if you know the rules and where to go.
There are two types of parking zones in Hoboken. Permit Parking (white sign) and Resident Only Permit Parking (green sign). If you are visiting Hoboken, you can park on the Permit Parking side (white sign) for up to 4 hrs.
Meters are not in effect on Sunday, so you don’t have to pay when you park at a meter on Sunday.
Garage parking spots located near our location are as follows:
371 4th St
28 2nd St
215 Hudson St.
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Yes! We have a bike rack outside in front of the building to the right of the red doors. We ask that you lock your bike up outside as opposed to bringing it inside. Just bring your own lock and you’re good to go!