Knox Waterloo invites you to engage in a radically different kind of Lenten journey this year. Our theme for this year, Full to the Brim, is an invitation into a full life, to be authentically who you are, to counter scarcity and injustice at every turn, to pour out even more grace wherever it is needed. When we allow ourselves to be filled to the brim with God’s lavish love, that love spills over. It reaches beyond ourselves; like water, it rushes and flows, touching everything in its path.
Download a Lenten Letter from our Ministers about the upcoming Lenten opportunities for worship, faith formation and connection.
Third Sunday in Lent
Theme: You Are Worthy
Sunday, March 20th at 10 am
The lesson of the fig tree invites us to unpack the source of our worth in a system and society that often measures worthiness by commerce, production, output, success, status, achievement, ethnicity, and/or gender identity. We explore how patience, nurture, asset-based thinking, and audacious hope are counter-cultural practices needed for an expansive life.

Scripture: Luke 13:1-9
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A Lenten Devotional for the Third Week of Lent

Including Poetry, Scriptural reflection, as well as art and reflections. Download this week’s Lenten Devotional.

Knox Community News
Read the Minutes from the 133rd Annual Congregational Meeting for the year ending 2021 held on
Sunday March 6, 2022 @1:00 pm

On March 27, we will be celebrating Music Scholar Sunday. All 5 of our talented scholars will be in-person sharing their gifts in worship. The Music Scholar program is a long-running tradition at Knox that is vital to the Knox Music Ministry. We welcome dedicated offerings on this day to the Music Scholar Fund.


The Knox COVID Health & Safety Team meets biweekly to review the COVID Health & Safety policy. Update follows:

  • Limited capacity in-person worship and indoor programming; no proof of vaccination required.
  • Seating reservation requirements will continue.
  • The wearing of a well-fitting mask (such as KN95) at all times while on church property is required.
  • Social distancing will be required at all times.
  • No food is permitted at this time, because of the masking requirement.
  • Congregational singing is permitted. 
  • Passive screening is employed. Do not attend if you are unwell or have travelled outside the country in the past two weeks. Read the online screening tool.

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

Would you like more details on the results of this consultation? Read the full Congregational Conversations Summary Report.

PWS&D has launched an appeal to provide support for those facing humanitarian crisis following the invasion of Ukraine. You can read more at
ACT Alliance (a global faith-based coalition of which PWS&D is a member) has already begun setting up refugee support points and sending relief supplies to Ukraine. Canadian Foodgrains Bank members are also planning a response with urgently needed food assistance. Through these partners, PWS&D is well placed to provide urgently needed food and non-food support. Please give.

Virtual Coffee Time
connect over coffee and tea after worship

Zoom Room opens 10 minutes after the benediction until around noon

Lenten Conversations
Wednesdays at 7:30 pm
Zoom link will be sent by email the day before the event. Read more>>

Connecting Together
Monday, March 21st at 7:00 pm
Theme: Connecting Through Stories of Generations with Quilts

Virtual Wed@Knox via Zoom
March 23rd, 12:30 – 1:30 pm

Rev Courtney Crawford:
Church Architecture

Sunday School
Gr. 7-12 – In-person at 10 am
Preschool-Gr. 6 – online via Zoom


Food for Thought

Theme: Books that Shape our Faith

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

VBC 2022 is coming!
Stay tuned for more details.
In-person VBC July 11-15, 2022

PWS&D Sunday School
Challenge 2022
Friendship Soup Youth Fundraiser


Lenten and Easter Books
Available from the Knox Library!

Global Partners
Get Involved in these local events!
National Day of Action for a Just Transition
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Knox In-Person Worship

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Call the office if you need help with the online registration system.

This Week @ Knox
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Spring is nature’s way of saying, “let’s party.” — Robin Williams

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

Read the full
Territorial Acknowledgement.

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