WHO WE ARE
Mile Square Church is a new Christian community in Hoboken. We wanted to create a church that no matter what your experience with religion was you could still step into this community and feel safe to ask your questions and seek your purpose together with others.
We’re a church that wants to be a compelling connection to Christ and the Christian community.
In other words, we’re just followers of Jesus leaning into his grace, pursuing authenticity, collaborating together to make a difference, and having fun doing it. Got questions? Just ask.
As we ready ourselves for public worship services in Hoboken, we are grounding our preparation in a monthly worship and prayer gathering called Vespers. If you would like to pray and worship with us for the mission of Jesus in Hoboken, or are perhaps thinking about joining the launch team we’d love to have you pray with us.
Join a Connect Group
Real Talk is a discussion where we talk about religion, politics, and everything in between. Sounds crazy, right? We know.
However, in a culture that seems to become more polarized by the minute, we believe that a respectful forum like this is not just important, but necessary.
Conversations take place every 3rd Monday at Symposia Bookstore in uptown Hoboken (see event link for specific details).
Join the Launch team
Jesus taught that the second greatest commandment was to love your neighbor as yourself. Love is more than a feeling; it requires action.
That’s why we believe it’s not merely good, but necessary to reach out into our community.
Jesus Our Brother
Sometimes our circumstances can make us feel alone. It makes us wonder if a God in heaven can truly relate to what we’re going through on earth. Can God truly empathize with us?
Text: Hebrews 2
Dealing with Doubt
All of us are well acquainted with doubt. Some fear it while others embrace it as central to faith. As Christians, how do we deal with doubt in a healthy way?
Text: Mark 9:14-29
Are You Ready?
What does is look like to be prepared? Whatever it looks like, Jesus wants us to be prepared for his return, and so one time he told a story about what it looked like to be ready. Listen to find out.
Text: Matthew 25:1-13