The Passing of Bishop Norman Quick

August 1, 2012

Bishop Norman QuickDear Saints,

This correspondence is being sent at the request of the Adjutant General, Bishop Matthew Williams.

It is with great regret that I inform you of the passing of Bishop Norman Quick, Prelate of the New York Southeast Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction.

The Quick Family and the jurisdiction are in need of our fervent prayers.  Click here for final arrangements.  As the information is given to the adjutancy, we will forward it to you as soon as possible.     

If I can be of further assistance, you can reach me by emailing me at [email protected] or calling my office at (501) 332-6897.

In His Service,

Superintendent Robert G. Rudolph, Jr.
Scribe of the National Adjutancy

20 Responses to The Passing of Bishop Norman Quick

  • Sis. Loretta Craig Faison says:

    Missing my cousin – Bishop Norman Quick……sleep on CUZ, I'll c u in the morning!

  • Pastor Bryan C. Barr says:

    I will be praying for the Childs Memorial C.O.G.I.C. family for their lost alongside the Quick family. Their is no sorrow that heaven can't heal. Bishop Quick is in a better place, and will be sorely missed.

    • Benzohar quick says:

      Shalome saints my name is benzohar quick I'm one of bishop quick grand sons from Israel I would like to take a moment to thank you all for ur prayers and best wishes on behalf of my self and my fam. Love and appreciate you guys I take comfort knowing that my grandfather is an a much better    Place

  • Pastor David O. Houston II says:

    Praying for the family and the Child Memorial COGIC church for there lost. Rest in Peace Bishop Norman Quick!!!

  • Bro. Isaiah Thoms says:

    Bishop Norman Quick was a very great man and a very great preacher. I had the privilege of hearing him preach at  my church's Holy Convocation a few years ago. Rest in Peace, Bishop Quick. 

  • Rheudena "Dee Dee" Dotson says:

    My condolences to the Quick family and CMT church family. My first "church" experience began at Child's Memorial Temple C.O.G.I.C. I have sooo many fond memories of Bishop & First Lady Quick. I am forever grateful for the teachings and love they have shown to me and my family. He was a great man of God that will always be remembered.

  • Glenda Williams Goodson says:

    I met Bishop Quick while working as Executive Secretary to my relative, Bishop J. Neaul Haynes.  A gentleman and saint who loved the people of God, Bishop Quick told me that he wanted to give my talent and creativity exposure.  I will never forget the day when Bishop Quick, who was President of the Publishing Board at that time, called me to ask if I would come on board to contribute my expertise as a journalist and writer.  I told him that I was honored to be able to do anything for the church that I loved.  After some discussion I asked him a question – would he allow me to use the power of the position to bring not only the stories of our great pioneers and leaders to the fore but also, as the Lord lead me, to share what God was doing with individuals performing mighty feats in kingdom service but oftentimes unsung heroes.  He said what he had observed in my life caused him to trust the God in me.  Almost 20 years later I am yet contributing to the Whole Truth Magazine.  May God bless the memory of this giant of the faith! 

  • Elder Ronald Kimbrew says:

    May God grant the Qucik Family, Childs Memorial Temple Family, & the New York Southeast Jurisdiction Family strength in this hour of bereavement. "Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal; With this in mind, we bow to God's will".

  • Rolland P, Hinton, Ed.D. says:

    My sincere prayers and condolences to the family of Bishop Norman Quick.  May the Lord keep you in His loving arms as you experience the loss of this servant of God.

  • pastor aaron brown says:

    may his peace be with you till we meet again…Bishop norman quick was so much to the church he dedicated his life and all his energy into the gospel..doing good and prayerfully walking with God as close as he knew how….I remember him telling me once he said reverend stay with God and never leave the church, and God will bless you.i will  miss him so much and all that served  with him will as well,but now that gods has called him in he is resting from his labors,,,we salute you wonderful servant of God you truly went from labor to reward………..

  • Sis. Pam Harris (Lithonia, Georgia- From Freeport, New York) says:

    My condolences to the Quick family, Childs Memorial, and the entire Southeast New York Jurisdiction.

     

     

  • Sheryl Chapman Jenkins says:

    I had the pleasure of meeting Bishop Quick over thirty (30) years ago when his son attended Hampton University, in Hampton, VA. His pleasent smile and cheerful spirit has always been consistent over the years. The church has lost a great laborer, and God has gained a another "Saint". My thoughts and prayers are with the church family and immediate family. May your memories be precious; and may the God of all comfort be with you all.

  • Pastor, Dr. Elton Amos says:

    To the Quick family and congregation of the Childs Memorial COGIC, we offer both condolence and prayers for you during this time of homegoing loss.  May continue to flourish in the spirit of that Great Leader, Bishop N. N. Quick! 

  • Vonda & Jewelle says:

    Dear Mother Quick, I just want you to know that you are in my prayers. May God keep his loving arms around you and your sister as you both go through this very difficult time. Bro. Melvin & Sis. Gloria’s daughter & granddaughter- Vonda & Jewelle of Danville, VA

  • Evangelist Mary Williams says:

    I am sorry to hear of the passing of Bishop Norman Quick. My prayers goes out for his family and Church family that God will give them strength in this time of need. He wii be missed in the body of Christ.

  • Pastor Gant says:

    Our hearts goes out to the  family of Bishop Quick and the Childs Temple family.  

  • Supt. Melton Timmons says:

    Praying for the Quick family.

  • Supt. James W. Keith says:

    What a loss not just to the Church of God in Christ but to the entire body of Christ. Bishop Quick was a true leader who loved the Lord. He lead by example and through his walk created many other leaders. His spiritual and physical presence will be missed throughout the church. Not because he was there but the prayer he shared for every church will be missed. I count the years that he served as our bishop in Providence RI and because of his insight and Gods grace as what has made me the man and leader that I am today.

  • Evangelist Janie Jones says:

    My heart is heavy with the lost of this great man and visionary of the COGIC.  My Pastor, Bishop Norman Nelson Quick was truely a man of God and a great preacher of the word.  He was an innovator who was ahead of his time. He was an educator and encouraged so many young peolple and adults alike to grow. learn and be used by God.  He will be missed.  …Love you pastor!

  • Cheryl Johnson says:

    This is a sad day in the loss of my Pastor, my Bishop, teacher, leader Norman N. Quick…I am so honored to have been under your leadership. You are a true man of God who have touched and encouraged so many lives. May you rest on Bishop…love you dearly!

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