ACTIVITIES at a GLANCE:
Mar 14 10:00AM Worship – Lent 4
Mar 14 1:00PM Inquirer’s Conversation
Mar 14 6:30PM Food For Thought
Mar 15 7:00PM Connecting Together
Mar 16 7:00PM Finance & Stewardship
Mar 17 7:30PM Lenten Conversation
Mar 18 4:30PM LOGOS (Srs)
We acknowledge that Knox Waterloo is located on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee and Neutral Peoples.
WORSHIP – Sunday at 10AM
Remember that clocks go ahead one hour this weekend!
CONNECTING TOGETHER – March 15
You are invited to join a night of connection and sugar! Please let Kathy Sauve know if you’re interested in joining a cookie decorating night planned for March 15. Participants will catch up with each other, reflect on the season and learn about cookie decorating.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
This term Knox’s university-age group has had guest speakers who have shared their faith journeys and helped us explore the question, “Who is God?” Last week’s speaker challenged the group to choose one word to describe God and later one word to describe Knox, and then the choices were made into wordles (the image to right). What words would you choose? For more information about FFT, contact Nancy Matthews (<lighthousenm [AT] gmail.com>).
Would you like to become a professing member of Knox Waterloo? Or are you curious about what church membership even means? Join Hugh for two Sunday afternoon classes on “everything you ever wanted to know about membership”! No strings attached. Click on the question mark image to register. Contact Hugh for more information.
COMMUNITY CARE & PRAYER
With sadness, we share news of the death of Elder Jean Shantz yesterday, March 10th. Jean, and her late husband Dr. Bill Shantz, were longstanding elders and leaders at Knox. A private family graveside service is being planned. At a near future date, a suitable service of thanksgiving for her life will be arranged at Knox for livestreaming. Our condolences go to her sons, Sandy (Gail), Cam (Mary) and Ian (Sheila) and all the grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Read the obituary.
“I don’t need a friend who nods when I nod, and who changes when I change. My shadow does that much better.”
– Plutarch (AD 46-119)