Once a hub for Reformed thought and a waystation for immigrants, a New York City congregation finds itself at the center of a property dispute. Queens Christian Reformed Church—one of the first Chinese American churches in the Reformed tradition established in the United States—is waiting with bated breath to find out what the future holds. Some are worried the Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA) is going to evict the congregation and sell the Briarwood, Queens, property to developers—in the process erasing an important part of Chinese American church history in New York City. Others say they don’t know…