This week’s story from Acts pushes us to consider and re-evaluate how the very practices that have distinguished us as a religious community can become an impediment. There is a fine balance between remaining true to our roots and at the same time being open to new growth. The Spirit breaks open the community of Christ to move in new ways. How and where we set boundaries in Christian community is always subject to the gracious nature of God’s love. How can we beyond boundaries and draw the circle wider so that everyone belongs?
Knox Waterloo’s mortgage renewal negotiations with Kindred Credit Union were successfully completed with a very positive outcome. We have a short window of opportunity to contribute to the annual mortgage principal paydown (due by May 23rd). To date we have received over $17K in contributions to the mortgage.
Thank you to all who have donated! Thank you for your generosity! Further Information About the Mortgage Renewal Outcome.
Knox Community News
August 26, 1917 – May 6, 2022
In 1984 Jean became a member of Knox.
She passed away peacefully in her 105th year. Obituary
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“I think human beings must have faith or must look for faith, otherwise our life is empty, empty. To live and not to know why the cranes fly, why children are born, why there are stars in the sky. You must know why you are alive, or else everything is nonsense, just blowing in the wind.” — Anton Chekhov
We acknowledge that Knox Waterloo is located on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee, and Neutral Peoples.
Read the full Territorial Acknowledgement.