This Week at Knox
Sunday, November 12
- 10:00 a.m. Worship
- 6:30 p.m. Food for Thought 774 Belmont Ave W, Kitchener
Tuesday, November 14
- 10:00 a.m. Knox Quilters
- 7:00 p.m. Praise Band
- 7:30 p.m. Women Circle of Care
Wednesday, November 15
- 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at Knox: Gail Cuthbert Brandt: Some Notable & Fascinating Women from Canada’s Past
- 7:00 p.m. Inclusion Committee
Thursday, November 16
- 9:45 a.m. Fitness and Fellowship
- 4:30 p.m. LOGOS – “Zoo Breakout”
- 7:45 p.m. Choir
Saturday, November 18
- 8 a.m. Men’s Breakfast (at Calvin PC)
- 9 a.m. Christmas Bazaar
Bulletin announcements due Tuesday @ 10 a.m. and are edited.
Christmas pageant practice is today after worship in the Knox Room for anyone interested in a speaking part. We will read through the script and hand out parts. Rehearsals are Nov 19, 26, Dec 3, 11:15-12:30 and dress rehearsal is Sat Dec 9, 10am-12. See Laura V for more information.
Senior High Poinsettia Fundraiser continues today in the Hall during coffee hour. Orders will be taken until Nov 26. Delivery is Thursday Nov 30, 4:30-7:30pm or Sunday Dec 3 during coffee hour. All proceeds support the Ray of Hope.
Junior High Early Christmas get-together is Friday Nov 24, 6-11pm. Details will be emailed to Jr High families. Contact Jen Yessis Reist for more info.
Support the Tree of Angels, Cookies/Brownies in a jar. Last day to order your jars. The LOGOS Jr High will be making and selling cookies and brownies in a jar for $8 each. With the money raised, we will buy gifts for the Tree of Angels. You can also support us by donating to purchase supplies or a new unwrapped toy, book etc. They will be ready for pick up on Nov 19. We are also looking for adult volunteers during LOGOS Nov 16 to assemble the jars.
ARE YOU COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY-AGE (a student, working or in-between)? Food for Thought meets on Sunday nights at the Matthews’ (774 Belmont Ave W, Kitchener) with A FREE MEAL at 6:30 pm, followed by a time of study and discussion. Questions? Check www.knoxwaterloo.ca/fft or email Nancy Matthews (lighthousenm [at] gmail.com).
Wednesday at Knox: Nov 15 Gail Cuthbert Brandt: Achievers and Deceivers: Some Notable and Fascinating Women from Canada’s Past Learn about several Canadian women of different racial backgrounds, regions and eras and the mark they made on their local communities, our nation, and in some cases, the world. If you think Canadian history is boring, the “herstory” of these individual women – some upstanding and famous, others unscrupulous and notorious – will hopefully change your mind! Dr. Cuthbert Brandt is a former principal and now Professor Emerita of Renison University College, University of Waterloo. She is a specialist in Canadian social and women’s history, and is co-author if “Canadian Women – a history”. She was on the Advisory Committee for the current exhibit at the Waterloo Region Museum called “Trailblazing – Women in Canada since 1867”.
Contributions to ACross the Pews (Church Newsletter) are always welcome. Please send photos, articles and announcements no later than midnight Wednesday Nov. 15 to Sue Senior (acrossthepews[at]gmail.com) The Winter Quarterly print edition will be available in early December.
Christmas Bazaar Nov 18: 9 am to 2p.m. We have over 20 vendors of handmade craft, bake table and White elephant table. Bake Table is requesting donations of any Christmas baking, fudge, squares (preferably in half dozen quantities), pies and preserves. These items can be placed in the kitchen on Friday Nov 17 between 9 to 3 p.m. Note: We prefer peanut free items, however items containing peanuts will be accepted but must be wrapped separately and clearly marked “May contain peanuts”. Please contact Nancy Holland at (519)699-5590 or email (nancyh[at]golden.net) for any questions. White Elephant items can be brought in to church this week. Christmas Cakes: Please sign up for your Christmas Cakes on the bulletin board. There are also flyers at the welcome desk and office if you could hang one up to advertise the Christmas Bazaar.
Women Together: Monday Nov 20, 7:30-9pm ‘Going Public’ with Women’s History: The need to tell trailblazing stories. Guest speaker: Dr. Kristina Llewellyn introduces Trailblazing: Women in Canada since 1867 (based on the display at The Museum here in KW). Women of all ages are welcome to attend. $5. at the door.
Collective Kitchen for College and University students is Tuesday Nov 21 at 4pm in the Knox kitchen. No charge but bring your own containers. Contact Laura V for more info.
Our last night of LOGOS for 2017 will be Celebrated with the LOGOS Christmas Dinner and Service on Dec 14 with Dinner at 6 pm and the Service starting at approximately 6:45 pm. We invite all members of the Congregation to join us for Dinner and/or the Service as we celebrate the Christmas Season. Please let Heather Purdy know by Nov. 23 if you plan to join us for our Christmas Turkey Dinner. The cost for this dinner is just $5.00 and is payable when you arrive on Dec 14. LOGOS will resume on January 11, 2018.
Please refrain from using SCENTED PRODUCTS and perfume so everyone can safely visit and worship at Knox. Thank You!
Church Office Hours:
Monday to Thursday – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Friday – 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Phone: (519) 886-4150
Email: Office: knox[at]knoxwaterloo.ca
Linda: linda[at] knoxwaterloo.ca
Radio: CKWR FM-98.5 on at 10 a.m. Sunday mornings
Also on Rogers Digital Cable channel 945 and live streaming at: www.itshappeningrightnow.com/knoxwaterloo