• Getting here

    39 Erie St Jersey City, NJ 07302

  • Getting here by Train
    Just blocks from the Grove St PATH station on the corner of 2nd St and Erie (enter through red doors on 2nd St)
  • Getting here by Taxi
    Free street parking is available after 5 pm on a first-come, first-serve basis. Parking garages are also available in the area.

    From I-95:
    Take exit 14-14A-14B-14C for I-78 toward US-1/US-9/US-22/Holland Tunnel/Newark Airport. Follow signs for Interstate 78 E/Bayonne/Jersey City/Holland Tunnel and merge onto I-78 East. Continue for 6.5 miles and use the right 2 lanes to take the exit toward Jersey City/Columbus Drive. Continue on Columbus Drive for half a mile. Turn left on Barrow St., then immediately right on Newark Ave and left on Erie St. The church will be on the left, at the intersection with 2nd St.

    From the Holland Tunnel:
    Take a left onto Manila Ave. Continue for .6 miles, then turn right on 2nd St. The church will be on the right, at the intersection with Erie St.

  • “Performing at Cathedral Arts Live in Jersey City was one of my favorite performing experiences. The space is beautiful, inviting and warm. The Cathedral Arts team creates a listening space with wonderful attention to sound, the amazing acoustics of the room combined with excellent microphones and attention to the soundboard makes performing easy and relaxing. It sounds amazing there! The end result is a beautiful listening room so filled with love for the music and the arts it is tangible.” - Chrissy Roberts, Jersey City singer-songwriter

About Us

Cathedral Arts Live!

A ministry of Grace Church Van Vorst

Cathedral Arts Live is an innovative performance series dedicated to providing high quality performances at an affordable price. We welcome a diversity of artists, performers, and audiences to experience the hospitality, beauty, and unique performance space of Jersey City’s Grace Church Van Vorst. As part of our continuous endeavor to create community, this series aims to foster relationships through the arts.

This program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, administered by the Hudson County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs, Thomas A. DeGise, County Executive, and the Board of Chosen Freeholders.

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