Revival begins tonight at United Christian

Posted 4/20/17

International evangelists Patrick and Tracy Quick will be ministering the gospel of Jesus Christ during revival services tonight through Sunday at United Christian Church.

Patrick Quick was the …

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Revival begins tonight at United Christian

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International evangelists Patrick and Tracy Quick will be ministering the gospel of Jesus Christ during revival services tonight through Sunday at United Christian Church.

Patrick Quick was the state evangelist for northern California with the Church of God in the late 1970s, but now ministers independently in churches, tent meetings and crusades.

The revival services will be at 7 tonight, Friday and Saturday and at 6 p.m. on Sunday.

Patrick “Preacher” Quick, along with his son, Benjamin, Country Gospel Music Association’s male vocalist of the year, and baritone/bass “Big Jim” Loveday have been traveling the country singing the gospel the past 10 years.

A couple of years ago, they brought in 19-year-old Blake Lillard to make it the Travelers Quartet.

They bring a rich blend of harmonies in a dynamic fashion of gospel music with a smooth flavor of Southern, country, western, and bluegrass that promises to lift the hearts and souls of every listener, according to Pastors Charles and Margie Poteat.

Their original music and classic Southern/Country and Western style has received critical acclaim. Their CD/album, “Revival” was released just over three years ago.

Their newest project, “Midnight train,” is about to be released nationwide.

The project is unlike anything being done in gospel music with several of the original songs on the album expected to cross over into the country market.

“Their heart and their purpose is to point people to Jesus Christ as they minister in Word and song,” the Poteats noted.

“You will be blessed as you attend these awesome meetings.”

United Christian Church is located at 2200 Peerless Road N.W.

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