A new breastfeeding support group is starting up this summer, and they’ll be meeting on the first Thursday of every month right here at Knox. New and experienced moms are all welcome! The first meeting will be Thursday, June 7th from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. To learn more about La Leche League or the drop-ins here at the church, visit the local group’s Facebook page.
Messy Church is April 27th at 6 p.m. Don’t miss it! We’ll be exploring the theme of “New Life and Healing” based on Matthew 9:18-26. Have you ever wondered who matters to Jesus? Invite your neighbours and friends to join you as we explore this theme together. Dinner is provided, and this worship experience is open […]
As a denomination, we will join together on April 29th to pray for current and future mission staff, and all the programs and events that bring to life the fellowship and connection of our mission in Christ. On this special day of celebration, prayer, and awareness, we will extend a warm welcome to the Rev. Deb Rapport, who works with ARISE ministries in downtown Toronto.
Tax season again? Come along on Saturday, May 5th from 9:30-11:30am to learn more about charitable giving and how you can benefit both Knox and your own tax situation. Whether you would like to discover more about ways you can support Knox’s new building project “New Roads” or longterm planned giving to our endowment fund (Memorial Trust), we will have all the information you might need. Refreshments will be served, along with tax breaks for all. Please use the sign-up sheet on the RGM Hall door so we know how many people to plan for.
Please know that while some gift transactions (e.g. gifts of securities) are processed on our behalf by the Presbyterian Church in Canada (PCC), the total amount of your gift comes to Knox and the total tax benefit comes to you and to Knox as well.
For more information, please contact Heather Carey 905-847-3224 or Louise Fortier 905-582-6621.
Check out the March/April issue of Faith Today magazine and read the cover story written by Knox Oakville’s own Amy MacLachlan. It’s a beautiful piece about food, community, faith, hurt and healing. It also features a sidebar about our own Dinner Church at Knox—one of the many ways we, in Rev. Jacqui’s words, “find real connection with friends and strangers-yet-to-become-friends. We leave Dinner Church nourished in body and in spirit, having tasted Heaven itself.”