Read the Ministers’ Easter Letter!
Theme: Take Off Your Shoes

Thursday, April 14th

This is a livestreamed service only.
Access the service at:
PLEASE NOTE: service will be made live on YouTube at 8 am on Thursday, April 14th.
We invite you to have the following elements prepared to engage in this sacred service at home:
  • a basin/bowl filled with water
  • towel
  • bread/crackers
  • wine/juice

In a room full to the brim with emotion, Jesus offers a tender, loving, and humble goodbye, stooping low to wash and caress his disciples’ feet. Like the water splashing within the washbasin, his actions ripple out: “Go and do likewise. Just as I have loved you, love one another.” This Maundy Thursday you are invited to take off your shoes and remove the walls and protective layers you have built up. Allow yourself to be loved fully by God. Allow yourself to be filled to the brim so you can go out and fill others too.

The service is adapted from liturgy by Sanctified Art written by Adrian White (they/them) who is a MDiv student, committed to the inclusion and thriving of all children of God. They are proud to serve on the board of More Light Presbyterians.
Download the Maundy Thursday bulletin.
Sing along at home!
Music for Maundy Thursday Hymn: “Take Your Shoes Off
Friday, April 15th at 10 am
In-Person and Livestreamed
We experience Jesus’ Passion through music, story and art. Guided by the visual art of artist Ken Cooke we will go on a journey through the Stations of the Cross, an ancient meditative pilgrimage inviting us to walk the Way of Sorrows with Jesus to his death. Traditionally depicted in fourteen visuals, the Stations highlight pivotal moments in Jesus’ final hours.
We are grateful for the participation of the Knox Chancel Choir.

Download the Holy Friday bulletin.
Livestream the service.
Access the Knox YouTube channel.
Sunday, April 17th at 7:30 am

We will gather at the church parking lot at 7:30 am!! Together we will walk over to the park for a a short service of scripture, prayer, and  music.
Intergenerational & Communion
Theme: An Expansive Life
Sunday, April 17th at 10 am
In-Person and Livestreamed
This Easter we remember the story of the women going and finding the empty tomb of Jesus. They remember what Jesus had said, which compels them to go out and tell the story. Even in utter shock, they return to their deepest knowing and allow themselves to receive the expansiveness of resurrection. Their imaginations and hearts expand, and they must take action in response. This Easter can we allow ourselves to be filled with expansive hope? Can we trust in the expansive promise of new life, and carry that promise with us wherever we go?

We are grateful for the special music performed by the Knox Chancel Choir & Full House Brass.

Scripture: Luke 24:1-12
Download the Easter Sunday bulletin.
Livestream the service.
Listen on 98.5 CKWR FM radio.
Access the Knox YouTube channel.
Make a Gift to Knox

Please consider giving an extra Easter gift to support Knox Ministries.
A convenient way to make an offering is through e-transfer to You may also donate through our website, by calling the office at 519-886-4150 and using your credit card, or by dropping off a donation at the church.
Thank you for your gift!
Including Poetry, Scriptural reflection, as well as art and reflections.A Lenten Devotional
for Holy Friday & Easter Sunday

Download Holy Friday and Easter Sunday Lenten Devotional.

  • Knox has lifted its seating reservation requirement; reservations are not required for the left side and middle of the sanctuary.
  • For those who prefer to have social distanced seating, the streetside section of the sanctuary is available for seat reservation.
  • Proper-fitting masks are mandatory while on church property. Knox recommends the use of well-fitting masks (such as a KN95 or model with comparable protection).
  • Congregational singing is permitted. 
  • Following worship, dismissal will be coordinated, with the streetside section exiting first.
  • Please stay home if you are feeling ill the morning of worship.
  • 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


“The Kingdom of God was not about an afterlife, about how to get to heaven, but about the transformation of life here on earth.
— Marcus Borg
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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