This Week at Knox
Sunday, July 1
- 10: 00 a.m. Worship & Sacrament of Baptism
Monday July 2 to July 7
- Canada Youth 2018 at Brock University
Sunday, July 8
- 10: 00 Worship
Bulletin announcements due Tuesday @ 10 a.m. and are edited.
Thank you to everyone who spported the Strawberry Social. We raised $507 for Mrilac Place. – Women’s circle of Care.
A big THANK YOU goes out to all those who so generously supported the Habitat for Humanity lunch by donating funds and food. We were able to provide a tasty and nutritious meal for the volunteers at the Kehl St. build. Your donations were greatly appreciated.
Canada Youth 2018 attendees : Naomi Ellis, Carrie Kim, Adrianna Molenaar, Trish Willis & Laura Vander Vleuten. (July 2-7 at Brock University in St Catharines)
Summer Sunday school teachers wanted. Please sign up on the bulletin board beside the Lounge.
Please refrain from using SCENTED PRODUCTS and perfume so everyone can safely visit and worship at Knox. Thank You! Alcohol free, scent free pocket size hand sanitizer are available to purchas for $3 each at Welcome desk.
Coffee Hour Hosts Needed – Please sign up for one Sunday if you, your family or household can help. Thank You!
Vacation Bible Camp “Peace Lab: come and Discover God’s way of Peace” JULY 16-20 for kids finished JK- Gr 8! Register today at www.knoxwaterloo.ca Volunteer leaders still needed, join us for 1 morning or more! Contact Laura V.
LOGOS is a mid week program nurturing faith and relationships for children and youth. However, it wouldn’t happen without the support of parents and other adults. Part of the requirement of participating in LOGOS is that every family attend a MANDATORY meeting before LOGOS starts in the fall. We revisit the WHY we do what we do and listen for where God might be calling us to share our gifts. This year we are scheduling 2 meetings to choose between: Thursday September 6 at 7 pm or Sunday September 9 at 11:30 am.
Job Opportunities at Knox Waterloo:
Event Attendants: Knox is fortunate to have a facility that is much in demand in our community. We give space to our partners in ministry and have rental scale that offers preferential rates to not-for-profit agencies. The increase in demand means that Knox will need to train some new ‘Event Attendants’ to provide set-up, monitor activities, sometimes provide sound or video services, take-down and clean up. Training is provided. A police check is required. Equitable pay is offered. The successful candidates will require some technical know-how, or the ability to learn, and be physically able to move tables and chairs.
Part time Assistant Administrator: This is a part time (up to 11 hours per week) job that will be working directly with the Knox Administrator Ruth Song. There is a six month trial period. This is a constantly changing environment requiring people skills. The ideal candidate will have computer skills with MS Office, be able to learn the church software “PowerChurchPlus.” Training will be provided. You will need to work well in a team and to provide a welcoming and helpful presence to the many people who come during the week. This is a long-standing position at Knox that has not filled for several years. With the increased activity at Knox, this will allow Ruth to take advantage of her holiday time. An ideal candidate will be able to work some flex hours and come in extra time when our administrator is on holiday, or on course. Please apply in confidence to …firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission Moments: Attending to physical and spiritual needs in Saskatoon
The cost of living in Saskatchewan is rising, making it even more challenging for those on the margins to make ends meet. Saskatoon Native Circle Ministry understands that, when times are tough, people need spiritual as well as physical care. With support from Presbyterians Sharing, the ministry offers a clothing and food program, a mid-week worship service, an arts program, and crisis and spiritual counseling. Rooted in First Nations’ traditions and gospel teachings, SNCM offers prayer, friendship, and radical hospitality to those who are struggling.
Presbyterians Sharing reaches out to people in need
A history of Canadian mission in Taiwan
History matters! Gifts to Presbyterians Sharing support Louise Gamble as she works with our partner church, the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan, to transcribe and translate reports and correspondence of the Canadian North Formosa Mission. These documents are records of the development of the Christian Church in North Formosa, from the point of view of its missionaries. It includes over 7,000 documents from 1868 to 1923. Louise works in partnership with her talented and dedicated Taiwanese colleague, Mr. James Chen. They are working on the third and final series (1915–1923), which documents events during WWI as well as issues such as Canadian church union and the growing theological tensions in North America. When finished, this series will likely be over 1500 pages!
Presbyterians Sharing supports international partners
On this day when Canadians mark 151 years of Confederation, we pray that we will be faithful stewards as well as people who strive for freedom and justice for all of God’s children. May we pray for our leaders as well as using our voices to guide them as they make difficult and momentous decisions.
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