We acknowledge that Knox Waterloo is located on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee, and Neutral Peoples.
Read the full Territorial Acknowledgement.
Worship & Communion
Sunday, February 6th at 10 am
Join us for worship as we explore what it means to cast our nets into the deep.  Jesus comes to the disciples in the midst of their weariness and pessimism and invites them to push out into the deep and to cast their nets on the other side of the boat. How are we called in this current time we find ourselves, a time of immense personal and societal weariness, to turn around and find new places and new ways to engage in ministry together?

We celebrate Holy Communion together on Sunday and we invite you to have your elements ready at home to join in this communal meal to which Christ calls us.
We continue to celebrate our Community Connections in relation to Climate Justice. This week we will hear from 50 by 2030 Waterloo Region, who are working towards climate justice and a safe climate future through reducing emissions by 50%.

Scripture: Luke 5:1-11

Download this week’s bulletin.
Livestream the service.
Listen on 98.5 CKWR FM radio.
Access the Knox YouTube channel.
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Message from our Ministers:

To the Knox Waterloo Community,
Knox is deeply concerned about the burden COVID-19 is placing on our health care system. In response, the Knox COVID Health & Safety Team has decided that until at least February 13th:

  1. no in-person programming will be permitted, and
  2. no in-person worship will be held on Sunday at 10 am. Live services will be broadcast on 98.5 CKWR-FM and delivered Livestream, and will be posted later to our YouTube channel.

The office will be staffed during regular office hours with rigorous COVID protocols in place. Donations may be left in the mailbox by the parking lot doors.
The Knox COVID Health & Safety Team meets frequently to  respond to continually evolving changes related to the pandemic.

Knox COVID Health & Safety Team:
Hugh Donnelly (Chair), Courtney Crawford, Elizabeth Denbeigh, Vaughn Sauvé, Ruth Song

Knox Community News
Joan Campbell is sponsoring this Sunday’s radio broadcast and livestream in loving memory of her parents Janet and Neil Campbell who were long time members of Knox.
I have accepted a call to ministry from Stirling Avenue Mennonite Church as Half-time pastor beginning January 1, 2022. I have valued the community, opportunities and faith connections that Knox has allowed me. My relationship with the Knox congregation will change, however, I will be forever grateful for the friendships and faith relationships.
Online Sunday School
For Youth (Gr. 7-12) and Preschool-Gr.6
Food For Thought
Theme: Books that Shape our Faith

For University-Age (a student, working, or in-between)

2021 Knox Waterloo Annual Meeting
Sunday, March 6th @ 1pm
Q & A Meeting
Sunday, February 27th @ 1 pm
Zoom links will follow at a later date.
The Knox Annual Report will be available by February 20th
Community Connections – Partner of the Week
(50 by 2030 Waterloo Region)
Global Partners is highlighting another local organization working for climate justice. How can you get involved? Read more >>
Responding to Climate Change
Individual Action

Are you wondering how you can influence larger changes at governmental levels?
This Week @ Knox
Deadline for Announcements
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Deadline: Wednesday @ 11:00 am
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“I pray this winter be gentle and kind — a season of rest from the wheel of the mind.”
— John Geddes

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