We acknowledge that Knox Waterloo is located on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee, and Neutral Peoples. Read the full Territorial Acknowledgement.

Sunday at 10AM

This week  we explore the story of Jesus returning to his hometown. How often do we place limits on people because of our own preconceived notions of them? Join Knox on Sunday as we consider how we open ourselves up to the unexpected in the familiar.

Scripture reading is Mark 6:1-13. Read it here.
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Listen on 98.5 CKWR FM radio.
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Some of you have asked about the book When We Were Alone, by David A. Robertson. This was the book Courtney read during the service on June 20.

This beautiful, gentle book about residential schools is available for loan from the Knox library. Contact the office, or call 519-886-4150.


The memorial stones used in Indigenous Peoples Sunday have been placed in the garden on the west side of the Knox building. Offer a prayer for Peace as you walk or drive by.

Presbyterian Church and the Residential School System

Some from the Knox Community have been asking about the history of the PCC and its role in the residential school system. More information can be found on this page of the PCC website.


Bob Thorn – For your knowledge, patience, technical know-how in setting up the online registration for Sunday School, Logos and VBC. Thank you for helping to support the children and youth at Knox!

Grant Birks – For being there for any task at any time: providing technical help, setting up tables, chairs, and Christmas trees for VBC, and much more. Your help is appreciated by the children and youth at Knox!


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