Our Contact Program provides support for each and every household involved with Knox. Designated Elders and Visitors keep our community connected via personal visits, cards, email or phone chats.
If you know someone who needs to be added to the contact program or if you’d like to volunteer to support this ministry by serving as a contact person, let us know.
Retirement Home Ministry
Knox provides worship teams to lead monthly services at eight retirement/nursing homes in the Waterloo Region.
If you would like to be part of a worship team in the Retirement Home Ministry, please reach out to Knox.
The Caring Kitchen gathers teams of volunteers together from the church to cook meals for those in need in our community. This past year they made dinner once a week for an emergency warming shelter in downtown Kitchener. This ministry is one way we show God’s love by providing care and nourishment for those in need.
If you would like to be part of this caring ministry, please contact us.
Meal Train Ministry
Knox’s Meal Train Ministry provides a meal to those who need a little bit of extra support. A warm homemade meal offers relief and love during times of struggle, grief and/or illness.
If you are interested in being on our contact list to provide a meal when needed, please contact Knox.
The Lenten Links ministry is active during the season of Lent by reaching out, supporting, and connecting with various people in our congregation. Care packages of plants, cards, baked goods, meals, and children’s artwork are prepared. The care packages are delivered to those who are feeling disconnected, struggling, grieving, or overwhelmed.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Knox’s prayer shawl ministry provides comfort for those who are ill, going through a difficult time, or grieving. Prayer shawls are tangible symbols of love. They are warm hugs of empathy and support; a private place of escape in which to rest, relax, and renew; something to hold on to when all else seems to be slipping away. Wrapping others in shawls made with prayer and loving thoughts is the gift. Prayer begins in the heart and the creation of a prayer shawl is a spiritual journey of prayer for the shawl maker.
Women's Circle of Care
Women’s Circle of Care provides food for funerals and special events at the church, as well as being involved in providing leadership and food for the church bazaar.