Hoboken, Hudson County, New Jersey 07030
WHO ARE WE?
The All Saints Story
…Where radical hospitality and deeds, guided by the teaching and actions of Jesus, tell the All Saints story better than words.
All Saints Parish -- composed of Trinity Church (commonly known as All Saints Church) located at 7th and Washington Streets, the All Saints Episcopal Day School, The Church of the Holy Innocents at 6th and Willow, and the Community Service and Development Corporation (Jubilee Center) -- is a Progressive Christian Community active in practicing the “life and teachings of Jesus.”
"And they continued steadfastly in the apostle's doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers"
Calvary Bayonne Bible Fellowship is an outreach of Calvary Chapel, serving the Bayonne and Jersey City area. We have a simple, straight forward approach to the Word of God, teaching through God's word chapter by chapter, verse by verse.
THE HISTORY OF ST. ANN'S FEAST
10:00 am Sunday Worship:
Community Church of Hoboken Sunday Worship
We feature biblical preaching, inspiring music, and an inviting and flexible liturgy.
Our Liturgy: We have a warm and friendly atmosphere. Our service is always well structured, but never confined, and you won't have to fumble with a pile of books. We welcome you to be yourself, dress as you like, and listen quietly or sing loud. We don't manipulate anyone's emotions, we respect you.
WHAT IS THE HEFC?
•The Hoboken Evangelical Free Church is a 20 year old independent, Bible believing congregation affiliated with the Evangelical Free Church of America, an association of over 1,200 churches with similar beliefs
Hoboken gives our location
We are a local church serving our community in the name of Jesus Christ
Evangelical refers to our proclamation of the Gospel and to the fact that we base our beliefs on the authority of the Word of God
Free indicates that we are independent from a central controlling denomination
Discipleship – What we do.
Our church follows the pattern of the earliest Christians as described in the New Testament Book of Acts. We worship together on Sundays and also meet together in each others homes. These informal groups are a wonderful way to grow spiritually, to study Scripture, and to work out the practical implications of the Gospel. The relationship and friendships that develop also become the basis for a rich social support network that allows us to thrive in the City.
Proclamation – Who we are.
Choir of Saints Peter and Paul Church, Hoboken
This SATB choral group primarily sings at Sunday Mass, at 10:30 a.m. and rehearses Wednesday evenings, 7:30 pm -9:30 pm from September thru June. The groups sings music from all ages, including chant, classical and contemporary choral pieces. This choir serves the Roman Catholic community at Sts. Peter and Paul Church, however, volunteer membership is open to all.
8:30 Am & 10:30 Am Sunday Eucharists Church Services
Feast of St. Anthony June 2008 - When new info is available it will be posted on the Events Calendar.
Great music, great food, children's activities, and a procession through the streets. Oh, and we do have the best zeppole of the area festivals! 3rd & Jefferson Sts. Sponsored by St. Francis Church. For more information, call 201-659-1772.
The Church @ Hoboken is a church of urban professionals and artists seeking to follow Jesus Christ and live lives of significance here in Hoboken. We believe that people are created to love and serve, bringing peace and hope into the lives of those around them. We welcome people from all walks of life, regardless of where they are on their spiritual journey.
The Church @ Hoboken meets weekly on Sunday nights at 6 PM at the corner of 5th & Willow (422 Willow Ave).
Our Primary Goals
Establish and maintain programs to meet the needs of our diverse membership and community, including interfaith couples, Jews by choice, young couples, and singles.
Continue to preserve Jewish presence in Hoboken, while expanding our presence into nearby towns.
Our Core Values
There is no class distinction in either the social or religious contexts. Not materialistic. No emphasis on or interest in anyone's finances or professional "position".