Grace Connects
Recognizing Local action  is important!

Thanks for your presence, generosity and thinking of the Queens Community House food pantry.
 Stefanie (QCH staff)
Thanks for welcoming the Junior Corps of Forest Hills Volunteer Ambulance Corps.     It's good to be neighbors. 
Peter L. (Youth Corps Advisor)
I look forward to meeting other parents and sharing our stories together.
Licha L. (UNIT facilitator)
Enhancing Food Security
  • Forest Hills Interfaith Food Pantry (last Wed/month; evenings) out of Queens Community House (108-25 62nd Drive, FH, NY)  bring a smile and an open heart; improve food security with neighbors; and, smile!  [Details:  Sue Schiermeyer]
  • Elmhurst Food Pantry (held out of Bethany Ch, 48 Ave & 91 Plc, help: enter basement door off 48Av; monthly Sat. mornings) host grocery item access; bring your smile. [Details: Rev Jeanne Warfield]
  • Mercy Pantry (Saturdays, 10:00-11:00AM) at Our Lady/Mercy RC, Rectory, 70-01 Kessel Street neighbors helping neighbors [Details: Rectory # (718) 268-6143]
You may leave staple items for supporting these ministries in our basket in the entry way
We're a congregation in partnership 
… because connections are valuable.

Grace Lutheran Church is people. People who welcome people into community constantly (re)forming through God’s grace. Together we grow the gift of faith, together we seek to serve our neighbors near and far.

We connect with the Metropolitan New York Synod, and
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America too!
Support for Parents by Parents  UNIT: U-n-I-together
Parenting, solo-parenting, staggered parenting: it's all trending in our neighborhood. 
We think we can help by offering space and leadership for an evening parent-group engaging folk involved in parenting of all kinds. once/month - Weds; 7:00pm
If this sounds like something you'd like (or you know someone looking for a safe space and shared wisdom), drop a line to Licha (our UNIT facilitator)
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103-15 Union Turnpike
Forest Hills, NY 11375
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