The Town of Oakville has informed us that the municipal parking lot located just behind Knox at the corner of Robinson St. and Dunn St. (Lot 5), will be closed for about a week for repairs and resurfacing beginning on August 23rd. This means it won’t be available for parking on Sunday, August 26th. Street parking will still be available, however, and the municipal parking lots at the corners of Robinson and Navy St. (Lot 15) and Robinson and Thomas St. (Lot 16) will be open and operating. You can find a map of all the downtown parking lots right here. You can also park on residential side streets where signs permit.
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Save the date: Friday, Sept. 14th at 6:15 p.m. We are having a FUNdraiser! Join us for an evening comedy/mystery dinner theatre! If you can’t make this date, you could buy tickets as a gift for a family member or close friend. Details and ticket information to come soon! Contact Jan Carnall at 905-844-8776 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to be a part of it. We will need lots of help before and on this date. Please share your talents!
This Past Palm/Passion Sunday, March 25, 2018, we were blessed with ministry of music from a number of talented artists. Sharlene Wallace started with a Lenten Meditative recital on Concert Harp! “Sarabande from Violin Partita no 1” J. S. Bach “Winter Still” Sharlene Wallace “Kelvin Grove” trad. Scottish “Faith” Sharlene Wallace“The Stars are Winking at […]
Each year the Chancel Guild places Easter plants at the front of the church to beautify the sanctuary on Easter Sunday. After the service, with the assistance of members of the Session, these memorial plants are delivered to members of our church who are unable to attend Knox on a regular basis. These plants that have brought so much joy to us in the sanctuary go on to bring great pleasure to those who receive them. They realize that we at Knox are still thinking of them.
The memorial plants are made possible thanks to the monetary donations made by members of our Knox community. Starting this Sunday, and then again on March 25th, members of the Chancel Guild will be in the church hall and will gladly accept your donation. A special addition in the bulletin on Easter Sunday will acknowledge loved ones you wish to remember. Thanks for considering your involvement in this special outreach project.
Enclosed in your bulletin this week, you’ll find an order form for lawn and garden products. Maple Grove United Church has invited us to participate in their sale, and for every one of our orders, Maple Grove will give back to Knox 15% of the order total! The products are excellent quality and will be delivered to your doorstep (in Oakville or at Knox), tax-free. Please fill out the form and return it with payment to Knox before Easter. This is such an easy way for you to support our New Roads project. No lawn or garden? No problem. Please ask a friend or family member to place an order and you can return it to Knox for the same benefit. Thanks, Maple Grove! Thanks, Knox!