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Welcome to Quickel Lutheran Church

Making Christ’s Love Known

Our vision is to put Christ first in all we do, centering ourselves in prayer and listening for God’s call as a multigenerational group of Christ-followers.

Free outdoor viewing of a child friendly movie Friday June 14th at dusk.  Earlier that evening from 6-8, “Z & D Fries” will offer concessions in the parking lot.  From 8-9 there will be activities for children.

In the event of inclement weather, we will view the movie inside, (up the ramp, around the corner inside the rear of the building).

Quickel will have an indoor/outdoor bake and yard sale (Christmas items too!) on Saturday, June 22 from 8-12 in the morning.
“Sunday’s Sandwiches” will provide concessions in the parking lot during the sale (8-10 breakfast, 10-12 lunch)

We welcome children ages 3 (potty trained) through sixth grade to attend

Camp Firelight Vacation Bible School July 29-31, 6-8pm at Quickel.

Join Us for Worship

Join us for worship on Sundays at 9 AM and coffee hour in the Fellowship Hall following the service. We look forward to having you!

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