The Knox Knitters would like to thank all those in the congregation who brought beautiful knitting for our sale on September 29th, as well as beautiful wool for future projects. We had a great sale and raised $2,903 for the New Roads Project. Thank you all for coming, and we hope to see you again at next year’s sale!
Our Fall Communion service and luncheon will be on Thursday, October 25th at 11:30 a.m. All are welcome to attend. Please sign up on the doors of MacMillan Hall. We’d also appreciate some help preparing sandwiches for the event. If you’re able to provide some loaves of sandwiches, please sign up on the second sheet you’ll find on the doors to the hall. Thank you!
The Tri-City Gosepl Chorus is coming to Knox on Sunday, October 28th at 7 p.m.! We had to book this popular choral group years in advance. Their concert, or “Singspiration Service,” will be a freewill benefit event in support of our New Roads Project. Mark your calendars, you don’t want to miss this one!
The Bibles, Books and Bites book club will be meeting once a month to discuss a Christian-themed book chosen by one of its members. Our next meeting will be October 23rd at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Sue Fairs. We’ll be discussing her book selection, The Reason for My Hope by Billy Graham. New members are always welcome! If you’d like to be included on the book club’s email list, please contact Sue Low.
We received an urgent request from our friends at Kerr Street Mission. The shelves in their “Food Market” are bare. (Yes, that is an actual photo of the shelves!) Please offer some support to this local food bank with donations of cash or non-perishable food items. Donations can be dropped off directly to Kerr Street Mission […]
“Willing Hands Achieve Miracles…” Well, achieved a mystery anyway…
A big fat thank you to all who volunteered their time, strength and talents for our Mystery Theatre event! Lots of positive comments have come in. We had fun, put Knox on the map, and made new friends and contacts.
The vote is in… a huge success!
God bless Knox and our family.