Community groups

Deacon Board: dboard@nyncf.org

Church Coordinator: admin@nyncf.org


Our ministry focus is to grow in faith through study of Scripture and community with others. Through studies we learn the fundamentals of our faith for growth in the knowledge of the Gospel truth and for application/direction for Christian living. We believe that community is the biblical way to exercise and live out our faith, therefore we would like to place heavy emphasis on being a part of a Community Group which is not the sole mean of community, but is a good medium for community.


Community groups meet throughout the week in various locations to live, learn and grow up together. It is a great way to meet people and get connected with NCF. We encourage you to join a community group when the next session starts.


Auburndale - Tuesdays at 7:30PM (Patty Tong)


East Queens - Wednesdays at 7:00PM (Jane Kim) 


Forest Hills - Tuesdays at 7:30PM (Joe Kim)


Long Island - Wednesdays at 7:00PM (John Park)


Long Island City (LIC) - Thursdays at 7:30PM (Nina Choi)


Church - Sundays at 12:30PM (Paul Lee & Jane Yoon)


Church - Sundays at 3:30PM (Charlie Park)

College and Young Adults committee (CAYAC)

Daniel Hong: cayac@nyncf.org


"12 Let no one despise you for your youth, but set the believers an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, in purity."

- 1 Timothy 4:12 (ESV)


The College and Young Adults Committee (CAYAC) is a recently formed relational ministry team that focuses on college students and recent young graduates. Our primary mission is to help them to grow into godly young men and women just as 1 Timothy 4:12 states. Currently, we have four objectives:


  1. Pray for them: We pray for collegians that they will mature into godly man and women that can become examples unto unbelievers.
  2. Equip them: We seek to focus on equipping collegians with the Word of God. For this purpose, we are going to start discipleship program in 2014.
  3. Encourage them: We plan events to build and encourage collegians such as sending care packages during exam season, visiting collegians far away, and providing studying environment during final season.
  4. Promote Fellowship: We plan to create fellowship environment within collegians as well as with NCF members. This will not only help bond between collegians but we hope to help collegians to get plugged into NCF as part of the church. Some examples are Dinner at Sam Won Gak, Ice Cream Socials and BBQs.


We plan to expand our roles into young adults that have recently graduated college as well.

The Korean Church of Queens

New Creation Fellowship is a ministry of The Korean Church of Queens. For those with Korean speaking friends and/or family, please go to www.kcqny.org to visit their website.