Messy Church returns on Friday, January 26th at 6 p.m. This month we’ll be asking: “So…have you ever had a dream where God spoke to you?” (Check out Genesis 28:10-19). Messy Church incorporates food, fun, and family, and it’s an exciting way to worship God. All are welcome and it’s open to all ages.
This support group will offer help and encouragement after the death of a spouse, child, family member or friend. The 13 sessions are based on a Christian outlook, but the group is open to everyone. You don’t have to attend every session, since each one can be appreciated on its own. You’re also welcome to attend any sessions you missed the next time we run the GriefShare program.
This program will run weekly from Jan. 15th to April 23rd, 2018, from 7:00 to 8:45 p.m. No sessions will be held on Family Day (Feb. 19th) or Easter Monday(April 2nd). The program is free, however the workbook costs $20 (for those who can afford it.)
You can register for GriefShare at Knox on our EventBrite page, or you can contact the Church Office.
“Get Your Ducks in a Row” is an education bootcamp for seniors. This workshop hosted by Knox Oakville and Silver Sherpa offers a customizable framework to plan for the future. We will discuss financial and legal preparedness, and your health and family. Sign up today at www.silversherpa.net/media/events or on the sign-up sheet at the church.
Get your tickets for our fantastic Robbie Burns Dinner! You won’t want to miss out! This special fundraising event will feature a traditional three-course Robbie Burns meal (which means haggis, of course!), wine, and entertainment. Tickets are in limited quantities, so get yours as soon as possible.
What: Robbie Burns Fundraising Dinner
When: Friday, January 19, 2018
Where: Knox, Oakville, MacMillan Hall
Time: Doors open at 6 p.m., piping in of the haggis at 6:30 p.m. with dinner to follow
Ticket price: $50 (young and old!)
In support of: The WHAM Team’s fund for a renovated kitchen in Knox’s New Roads project
*At least 50% of ticket sales will go directly to support the WHAM Team’s fund for a renovated kitchen
*While we welcome everyone to the table, this evening is geared toward adult guests
At a congregational meeting on December 3rd, the congregation of Knox voted overwhelmingly in favour of moving forward on the New Roads facility upgrade. The meeting was an exciting and inspiring time (and let’s be honest, we don’t always get to say that about meetings.) A big thank you to the members of the New Roads team who continue to do amazing work on this project. You can learn more about New Roads on this newly created webpage.