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.
The Christian faith isn’t just a Sunday morning exercise. Your faith can equip you to navigate the gray areas of your life with a clarity you’ve never known. This group begins on May 29 and continues until July 17.
We believe everyone should have the chance to explore the Christian faith, ask questions, and share their point of view. This group begins on May 24 and continues until July 12.
Human beings are body and soul together. Free and Fit combines contemplative reflection on Scripture with fitness training focused on improving cardio and core fitness. This group begins on May 12 and meets every other week until July 7.
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 the Pilsener Haus and Biergarten in uptown Hoboken.
Mile Square Connect
What’s Mile Square Connect, you ask? This event is all about bringing people together for a good time, spotlighting an amazing local non-profit, and sharing a bit more about who we are.
And check this out: We’ll buy your first drink and provide the food. So what’s stopping you? Come out and #getconnected.
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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.
Our identity determines our sense of value and worth. How do you identify yourself, and how does that affect your standing before God? Pastor Matt explains.
Text: Galatians 3:26-29
I Believe–The Father
A little blast from the past. Pastor Matt talks about the identity of God the Father, and what a good Father he is.
Text: Genesis 2-3
The Bible says that the Gospel is a powerful, compelling message. The most powerful, life-changing message in the whole world! So why doesn’t everyone believe it?
Text: 2 Corinthians 4:1-6