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Stewardship Snippets March 29, 2020

Updated: Apr 5

Update - Quickel’s Response to COVID-19 Worship Services & Activities Canceled: All services and activities at Quickel are cancelled until future notice due to the potential risk posed by the COVID-19 corona virus.

The Spring Fling scheduled for April 18th is canceled. You will be notified when services and activities will resume. Stay in Touch: We continue to make efforts to keep in touch by email, FaceBook and phone. • The office is currently open from 8 am to noon Monday through Thursday. To reach the office, call 717-266-4179. • If you are not connected to Quickel through FaceBook, now is a great time to do that at facebook.com/QuickelChurch. • If you have an email address that you have not shared with us, please send your contact information to quickel@comcast.net. • If you need to speak to Pastor Roy, please call or email him directly at 717-350-5057 or revstetler@gmail.com. Worship Services Online: Quickel’s weekly worship services are posted to FaceBook and are available Sunday mornings. Our Worship & Music team forged new ground (and technology) to make this possible. The worship service “bulletin” and announcements will be forwarded by email prior to each service. For those who do not have computer access, we will mail you a copy of Pastor Roy’s sermon and weekly announcements on Mondays. Stewardship: The expenses of the church continue even thought we are not physically gathering for worship and other activities. Please consider mailing your offering to Quickel or dropping it off at the Parish House during office hours.

Thank you for your understanding and support during this unusual time. God’s peace and blessings to you. QUICKEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Announcements for the Week of March 29, 2020

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