ACTIVITIES at a GLANCE:
Feb 18, 8:00PM Faithful Parenting in the Pandemic
Feb 21, 10:00AM: Worship & Communion – Lent 1
Feb 21, 6:30PM: Food For Thought
Feb 22, 7:00PM: Personnel Committee
Feb 23, 7:00PM: Session Meeting
Feb 24, 12noon: Lenten Conversation
Feb 24, 7:00PM: First Light #7
Feb 25, 4:45PM: LOGOS (Gr. 1-8)
WORSHIP & COMMUNION – Sunday at 10AM
The First Sunday in Lent
We gather for an intergenerational worship service to begin our journey thorough the season of Lent.
Scripture readings are Genesis 9:8-17 and Mark 1:9-15.
Livestream the service.
Listen on 98.5 CKWR FM radio.
Access the Knox YouTube channel.
Click here for this week’s bulletin.
During Lent, God calls us to have courage and bind up broken hearts.
We create a new future together.
ANNUAL MEETING – March 7 – A celebration of the ministries of Knox Waterloo
- This year’s Annual Meeting will be held by Zoom at 1PM on March 7.
- The 2020 Annual Report is available now on the Knox Website. Printed copies can be made available by calling the office at 519-886-4150.
- Questions? Attend the Q&A on Feb 28, 1PM on Zoom.
- Login Information for both the the Q&A and the Annual meeting will be circulated closer to the date.
How can faith communities get involved in climate justice? Faith Climate Justice Waterloo Region is hosting an online event on Monday, February 22nd at 7pm. Special guest will be Christine Boyle, Vancouver city councilor and United Church Minister, and a driving force for climate action by faith communities and municipal governments. Learn more about how you can help build a just, safe climate future here in Waterloo Region. Register here.
A GOOD LENTEN THOUGHT
“These special holidays give rise to various liturgical calendars that suggest we should mark our days not only with the cycles of the moon and seasons, but also with occasions to tell our children the stories of our faith community’s past so that this past will have a future, and so that our ancient way and its practices will be rediscovered and renewed every year.”
Brian D. McLaren, Finding Our Way Again: The Return of the Ancient Practices