The variety of places of worship and religious organizations in Jersey City mirrors the faces of the people who reside there. Whatever your beliefs and religious persuasions, there is a congregation to welcome you and make you feel at home. Among the many churches and religious communities are: Anglican, Episcopalian, Assemblies of God, Baptist, Brethren, Catholic, Church of Christ, Church of God, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Eastern Orthodox, Hindu Temples, Islamic Centers, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Lutheran, Methodist, Pentecostal, Seventh Day Adventist and Synagogues.

Grace-church-van-vorstGrace Church Van Vorst

Located at 39 Erie Street the community at this Church mirrors the diversity of the town, all ethnicities, professionals and tradespeople, straight and gay, all gathered together in Grace. Creativity permeates all aspects of church life, from innovative multi-media worship to the use of the church as a center for recreation, education and performance.




Our-Lady-of-CzestoOur Lady of Czestochowa Church (OLC)

Located at 120 Sussex Street near Paulus Hook and The Waterfront, OLC is a Roman Catholic Parish. The name comes from a city in Poland that is the site of a well known shrine dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. The Parish motto is “Our Lady’s Church on the Waterfront.” In recent years OLC has become the neighborhood church of the Historic Paulus Hook district.




Seventh-Day-Adventist-ChurchSeventh-Day Adventist Church

Located at 240 Montgomery Street near Van Vorst Park and Historic Downtown and a few block away from the Grove Street Path train. As a Christian church, Seventh-day Adventists are a faith community rooted in the beliefs described by the Holy Scriptures.




Tapestry-Church-at-the-Boys-&-Girls-ClubTapestry Church

Tapestry Church is a non-denominational church with services held in the Boys and Girls Club of Hudson County, 111 Bright Street, on Sundays at 11am. It offers relevant biblical teaching and amazing worship.





Saint-Anthony-of-PaudaSaint Anthony of Pauda Catholic Church

St. Anthony of Pauda, located at 457 Monmouth Street is New Jersey’s oldest Polish Parish. St. Anthony is celebrating their 127th Anniversary of Catholic Ministry. Listed on the State and National registers of Historic Places, mass is celebrated throughout the week in Polish and English..





Spanish-Church-of-the-NazareneSpanish Church of the Nazarene

Located at 251 Grove Street, 2 blocks from the Grove Street Path train. Services are conducted in Spanish.





Jehovah-Witnesses-DowntownJehovah’s Witnesses Downtown Spanish Congregation

At 529 Jersey Avenue with meetings in Spanish.