This Week at Knox

Sunday, January 7

  • 10:00 a.m. Worship

Monday, January 8

  • 7:00 p.m. Hymns & Hops

Tuesday, January 9

  • 7:00 p.m. Praise Band
  • 7:30 p.m. Women Circle of Care

Wednesday, January 10

  • 11:30 a.m. Wed at Knox:  David Gascoigne: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: An Exploration of Avian Migration

Thursday, January 11

  • 9:30 a.m. Fitness & Fellowship
  • 4:30 p.m. LOGOS “In a Galaxy, Far, Far Away
  • 7:45 p.m. Choir

Bulletin announcements due Tuesday @ 10 a.m. and are edited.

Are you college or University age (a student, working or in-between)? Food for Thought meets on Sunday nights, beginning with a potluck social on Jan. 7th, 6:30 pm, at the Matthews’ (774 Belmont Ave W, Kitchener). Our regular routine of A FREE MEAL at 6:30 pm, followed by a time of study and discussion, will begin the next week. Join the food and laughter around the table!  Questions? Check or email Nancy Matthews (lighthousenm [AT]

Calling all cooks! If you can provide a meal for Food for Thought, please consider supporting our university-aged ministry by providing a dinner this term. The sign-up sheet is on the Knox bulletin board.  Many thanks!

Please refrain from using SCENTED PRODUCTS and perfume so everyone can safely visit and worship at Knox. Thank You!

Coffee Hour Hosts Needed – Please sign up if you, your family or household consider being a Coffee Hour Refreshment Host for one Sunday. 

Wednesday at Knox: Jan 10 David Gascoigne: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: An Exploration of Avian Migration Ever wonder how a swallow finds its way to South America? How far do birds travel? Do young birds travel with their parents? Come and learn the answers to these questions – and many other amazing facts as we marvel at the annual movement of birds throughout the world.

Women Together: Monday Jan 15, 7:30-9pm for women of all ages. Please save the date.

Logos resume on Thursday, Jan 11.  The theme is “in a Galaxy Far, Far Away”

Men’s Breakfast: Saturday January 20, 8 a.m. at Calvin Church (248 Westmount Rd. E., Kitchener). Come for food and fellowship.

A Child in our Hands” Workshop Series is offered to anyone whose life is touched by a child of any age. We will discuss the current culture and how we as people of faith are being called to span the generations; how we lead and what legacy we want to pass to our youth. The series will take place in the Knox Room. Participants can attend 1, 2, 3 or all 4 of the dates. A light lunch and childcare will be provided at no charge. Dates and Topics are:

Sunday January 21 from 11:30 – 1 pm: What is Our Current Culture? – Caring Conversations

Sunday March 4 from 11:30 – 1 pm: Celebrating Milestones – Rituals and Traditions

Sunday March 25 from 11:30 – 1 pm: Telling Our Faith Stories with our Whole Being

Sunday April 15 from 11:30 – 1 pm: Godly Play – Recreation and Service

Please sign up in advance on the bulletin board beside the Lounge so that we have a sense for how much food and childcare is needed. Drop-ins are always welcome!

We are celebrating Milestone LOGOS Year with a LOGOS Anniversary Church Service on Sunday April 8. We are inviting anyone who has EVER participated in LOGOS to come on April 8 for a fun, energetic remembrance of LOGOS over the years. We are looking for photos and other LOGOS memorabilia.  We are also trying to get in touch with former LOGOS participants so please start spreading the news now so that we can be sure to get the word out to as many people as possible.  Watch upcoming bulletins for further details and about how you can help.

Collective Kitchen: for College and University students who want to prepare a nutritious meal together and take home leftovers for the week. No cost. Contact Laura Vander Vleuten for more information. 

2017 Annual meeting is on Sunday, February 25, 2 p.m at Knox room. Please send in your report to Ruth Song by January 28.[at]

Mission Moments: January 7 – New Ways to Nourish Families: Who better to learn new farming methods from than a farmer in your community? Through a Presbyterian World Service & Development-supported farmer-to-farmer agroecology project in Malawi, farmers selected for training are able to share their agricultural knowledge with other families in their village. Techniques like composting and intercropping are helping women and men transform plots of land into thriving sources of nourishment. Since learning to plant groundnuts and pigeon peas together on one plot of land, farmer Abel has seen his soil’s fertility improve and his yields double. He and his wife Mercy are incorporating the food they grow into new recipes. “Life has greatly changed for us,” shares Abel.
PWS&D supports food security for smallholder farmers

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]
Brooke: brooke[at]
Linda: linda[at]

Radio: CKWR FM-98.5 on at 10 a.m. Sunday mornings
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