Old Fashioned Christmas in the Pioneer Church circa 1904
Quincy Valley Historical Society & Museum invites you and your familyFor Goodness Sake Travel & Leisure
You are invited to a meaningful Christmas Celebration in the Pioneer Church with readings, Scripture, traditional Carols, and the lighting of the tree in the German tradition. Refreshments to follow in the Reiman-Simmons House.
Saturday, December 15, at 7:00 pm
Sunday, December 16, at 4:00 pm
The Pioneer Church was built in 1904 by German-Russian immigrants to Quincy Valley. It was an immigrant chapel open to all denominations for the first three years, then chartered as a Lutheran Church in 1907.
Samuel Reiman, the builder of the Reiman Simmons House, was one of the charter members. The Church has a very unique barrel-vault embossed tin ceiling inside, with original woodwork, floor and bell tower.
The original location was a few blocks away and it was moved to the current site in 2007, saved from deterioration by the St. Paul Lutheran Church in Quincy. Their congregation gifted the Church to the Historical Society and it re-opened its' doors in 2010.
The Church is available for weddings, funerals, concert and other faith-based and community events.
The Quincy Valley Historical Society & Museum
located at 415 F St SW, Quincy, WA 98848