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

WORSHIP – Sunday at 10AM

This week we hear stories of those who inspire us to live lovingly in the midst of painful circumstances.

The scripture reading is Mark 6:14-29. Read it here
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Livestream the service.
Listen on 98.5 CKWR FM radio.
Access the Knox YouTube channel.

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Presbyterian Connection – Summer 2021 Issue

The latest Presbyterian Connection is hot off the presses! In this issue you’ll find:

Feature articles on caring for creation
Details about the 2021 General Assembly
Important news about the ongoing work in healing and reconciliation
A variety of mission and outreach articles from congregations
Congregational news about online ministry
Uplifting photos from congregations across Canada


Knox has an annual opportunity to make a lump-sum payment to reduce the mortgage principal, a practice which has been instrumental in reducing our overall monthly mortgage payments. Please consider making a contribution as you are able by July 20th with a note indicating to apply the donation toward the annual Mortgage Principal Paydown.


Virtual VBC 2021 is next week, July 12-16. VBC is a joint ecumenical ministry with Knox Waterloo, Waterloo North Mennonite and Erb Street Mennonite. This year VBC is a bit different than usual and includes “VBC in a BOX” and an interactive online classroom which includes songs, crafts, dramas, recipes, and bible stories. Boxes will be picked up/delivered this week to those who have registered. Knox will be holding in prayer all those participating. We give thanks for all the staff and volunteers who have contributed to and have supported this ministry.


September 12 is the target date for reopening Knox for in-person worship. The Knox COVID Health & Safety Team will provide more details closer to the date. All health and safety protocols required at that time will be followed.


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.


“One day you’re waiting for the sky to fall
The next you’re dazzled by the beauty of it all”
– Bruce Cockburn, from the song Lovers in a Dangerous Time, 1984


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