Quick, William K(ellon)
QUICK, William K(ellon)
QUICK, William K(ellon). American, b. 1933. Genres: Theology/Religion. Career: Broad Street Methodist Church, Richmond, VA, associate, 1953-54; pastor, Morehead City, NC, 1954-55, Bahama, NC, 1955-59, and Zebulon, NC, 1959-63; St. James, Greenville, NC, senior pastor, 1963-69; Trinity Methodist Church, Durham, senior pastor, 1969-74; Metropolitan United Methodist Church, Detroit, MI, senior pastor, 1974-98. "Open Doors," WDIV-TV, Detroit, host, 1977-95; New Center Area Council, Detroit, director, 1980-95; Duke University Divinity School, member of board of visitors, 1983-93, visiting professor, 1999-; Henry Ford Hospital, Main Campus, Detroit, trustee, 1988-95; United Theological Seminary, Dayton, OH, trustee, 1992-; Christian Communications Council, Detroit, 1993-94; Ecumenical Theological Seminary, Detroit, 1994-98. Publications: Signs of Our Times: A Vision for the Church, 1989; Worship and the Arts, 1994; The Past Speaks to the Future, 1995; Take Five, 1996; Will the City Lose the Church, 1998. Contributor to books. Address: 1941 Wellesley Dr., Detroit, MI 48203-1428, U.S.A.