Here find a house of welcoming, Here find vision and hope ,Here be received as you truly are Unique and beautiful ,Your journey acknowledged , Your love honored,          

 Let us rejoice together    

Words by Unitarian Unversalist minister Rev Brugnola

​​For Information


718 353-3860

Office hours:

September -June 

Monday Wednesday Friday

9:30am -1:30am

Summer Office Hours

June 23- September 15

Tuesday 10-2

​Thursday 10-2

Directions to the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Queens:  

The church is located  near the  Flushing/Murray Hill six blocks south of the corner or intersection of Northern Blvd. and 149th Street.

By Car

From the north: Cross the
Bronx Whitestone Bridge, keeping to the left. Follow signs to "Cross Island Parkway — Eastern Long Island." On the Cross Island Parkway, take the very first exit, Exit No. 35. From the exit ramp, turn right at the second light (149th St.) Go about two miles on 149th Street to the Church, crossing Bayside Ave., Northern Blvd., Roosevelt Ave., and Sanford Ave. The Church is one block beyond Sanford Avenue.

From the east or west: From the Long Island Expressway, take the Kissena Blvd. exit. If coming from the east of Flushing, turn right onto Kissena Blvd. If coming from west of Flushing, turn left onto Kissena Blvd. Go north on Kissena Boulevard about 1.5 miles to Sanford Ave. Turn right onto Sanford Ave. at the Free Synagogue, go five blocks to 149th Street and go one block, right, to Ash Ave. The Church is on the corner of 149th St. and Ash Ave.

By Subway:  Take the #7 from any station to Main Street Flushing. Board the Q12 bus on Roosevelt Ave., a half a block from Main St. just beyond Macys (see map). Get off the bus at 149th Street. Walk one block south on 149th to the church. If you like to walk, it's one mile to the Church.

By Train:  Take the LIRR Port Washington Line from Penn Station to Murray Hill. From the Station walk one block on 41st Ave. to 149th Street. (not 149th Place). Then three blocks south (left) on 149th Street.

In accordance with our 5th principle

The Board of Trustees is the governing body of this congregation

Between board and 
congregation, there exists a relationship of servant-leadership, trusteeship, and commitment to service.

UUCQ Leadership

 President Laura Ventola 

Vice President Irwin Cohen 

Treasurer  Lisa Attias 

Secretary Hilda Kaples 

Church and Office

Click to  donate to UUCQ

credit card or Paypal