KNOX WATERLOO is seeking a Director to manage the financial responsibilities of the church.
Part-Time Position: Approximately two days (14 hours) per week. Occasional overtime work is required. Able to work evening and weekend hours, where needed (e.g. Finance Committee, Annual Meeting).
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Upcoming Events

05 February 2023
10:00 am - 11:00 am
08 February 2023
11:30 am - 1:00 pm

SPEAKER: Stuart McTavish Stuart is a member of Knox and has made several presentations at Wed@Knox on Mining and Habitat trips. …

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08 February 2023
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Online book study of Katharine Hayhoe’s Saving Us Hayhoe is a Canadian, Christian, climate scientist who has written an engaging, pragmatic, …

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God’s love includes everyone!

As an inclusive, affirming congregation, we honour the diversity of God’s creation. Our community is richer when we include people of all ages, gender identities, racial and cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations, abilities, economic circumstances and family configurations. We invite all to join into the life, leadership, witness and ministry of Knox Waterloo.

Statement on Anti-racism

As a congregation dedicated to inclusion in all areas, we condemn all racially motivated discriminatory actions and attitudes.​ In his ministry, Jesus recognized the dignity of all people and spoke openly against the systems of oppression which denied such dignity. We are called to follow in his footsteps.

Committed to Truth, Healing & Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples

In humility, Knox Waterloo along with The Presbyterian Church in Canada calls for a time of prayer and lament to honour the lives of those children whose graves were found, and for all family, friends and communities who have lost loved ones through the Indian Residential School system—for whom this news opens fresh wounds. We also call for a time of reflection and recommitment to reconciliation.