We worship in the main sanctuary of Eunhae Presbyterian Church 43-37 249th Street Little Neck, NY 11362
Long Island Railroad: Port Washington Branch to Little Neck Station. Ten minute walk to the church.
Bus: Q12 to 249th Street (Stop and Shop is across the street from our church)
There are two parking lots available which fill up quickly. One is located on Northern Boulevard and the other is on Marathon Parkway. Both parking lots have doors to enter into the church. Once you walk down the stairs, walk across the fellowship hall. There you will find stairs that lead you upstairs to the church lobby. Street parking is also a good option.
Arriving at Church
Once you get to the lobby, you will find a welcomer who can answer any questions you may have about Grace Presbyterian Church.
After Worship Service
Following service, we have lunch in the fellowship hall. Join us, get to know us, and share in a meal together.
Small group- Thursdays from 7:30-8:45 Disciples group- (FULL) Wednesdays from 7:30-10:30 For more information on group life, contact Hannah Ree
Grace Presbyterian Church is an English ministry located in Little Neck, Queens. Our vision is to invest in people and cultivate leadership through discipleship-in-community groups that meet weekly. Jesus' primary commission to his followers was to make disciples. Our discipleship groups engage in weekly rhythms designed for personal growth in four areas: experiencing God, self-leadership, building community, and serving neighbors.
Pastor Ezra was born and raised in NYC. He majored in Biblical & Theological studies at Nyack College. He received his Master of Divinity at Biblical Theological Seminary and is currently pursuing a Doctor of Ministry at Alliance Theological Seminary. He was ordained through the ECA in 2008. He is most passionate about investing in leaders through discipleship-in-community. His ministry vision includes social justice initiatives, influencing culture, and 2nd generation Asian American leadership. When free, Ezra enjoys yelping, exploring NYC, watching UFC, cheering on the Giants, playing cards, reading, and writing.