In-person worship services have resumed. Come join us!

Our Mission

We at Grace love, welcome, and invite the community to our church and school. We pray that God will continue to grant us grace as we learn and grow in the good news of Jesus Christ. We will serve God by serving others, and we will provide a Christian education to the diverse people of our community, especially the children of our school.


We are glad you are here, and we pray that whether you are visiting this website or joining us in worship, you will encounter the victory of the Triune God, embrace the teaching of Christ, and be strengthened for life by the power of the Holy Spirit.

Worship with us on Sundays at 10:00am

Our Service: Adults and children worship together. The first twenty minutes of service every week is Children’s Church. It consists of songs, a Bible memory verse, and a children’s sermon. During the school year, the children are released to their Sunday school classes at 10:20am, during the summer they stay with their family and service continues with the Service of the Word and Holy Communion. After church, the children and adults meet for fellowship in the Blue Room or in our garden weather permitting.

Holy Communion: Lutheran Christians believe that the Lord Jesus Christ feeds us with his true body and blood “in, with, and under” the bread and wine in the Lord’s Supper. All baptized Christians who commune in their own churches are welcome to receive the sacrament.

Questions? Contact Us.

Meet Our Pastors and Staff

Pastor James A.Y. Klockau, Pastor

Robert AlovisettiPrincipal/Director

Sirpa SpyropoulosAdministrative Assistant and Church Secretary

Louisa NataleSchool Secretary

Support Christian Education

Grace is proud to be a congregation that supports Christian schools. For more than forty years we have provided the children of our church and community with academic excellence in a caring, Christian environment. Help spread the good news about our school. If you know someone who might benefit from a Christian education, please invite them to visit our school.

Visiting Thursdays: 9:30-11:00am (while school is in session)

New Collection for At-Risk Members

We have established a new fund to provide emergency assistance to church members who are suffering economic hardship during the current health emergency. Disbursements may be made at the discretion of the pastor, in consultation with the executive committee of the church council. You can donate here.

Pipe Organ Project

Our new pipe organ is finally a reality. We thank everyone who has supported the project. For information on the specifications of the instrument, please visit the NYC AGO page. Come listen to the organ on Sunday during our worship service!

Support Our Church

To make one-time or recurring donations to support the mission of our church, please visit our online donation page.

Directions to Grace Lutheran Church

31-20 21st Avenue, Astoria, New York 11105
Tel: 718-728-0093   Fax: 718-726-0340

Grace Lutheran is conveniently located one block North from the N train or take Q69 bus to Ditmars Blvd. and 31st.

By Car: Grand Central (Westbound) to 82nd St exit, take a right onto 82nd St stay in middle lane. The road becomes Ditmars Blvd. Travel approximately two miles to 31st Street, make a right. Go one block to 21st Ave, make a right. School and church are immediately on the right.

Grand Central (East-bound), take the 31st Street exit and stay left to take a left at the light. Travel along 31st Street to 21st Avenue. Take a right. The school and church will be on your right.