Music & Devotion

Sunday worship is a gathering we look forward to at Knox.  

Every Sunday morning from 11 to noon, we enjoy worshiping God by singing together, listening to stories and poetry from the Bible, gathering for a Children's Time, praying together, and being challenged in a sermon that both echoes the day's Bible readings and equips or challenges us for the week ahead.  

We also gather every third Wednesday of the month from September through May for Jazz Vespers.   Beginning at 7 PM in the sanctuary, Jazz Vespers is a modern variation of the traditional Vespers Prayer Service, incorporating keyboard, strings, brass and vocals with times of solitude and prayer.  

If you're planning your first visit to Knox for a worship service, check the I'm New section for helpful information.   

Upcoming Events

Join us for Pageant Sunday!

Sunday, December 17, 2017

Jazz Vespers with Ferguson/Tremblay/Geggie Trio

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Sunday Worship, 11 AM

Sunday, December 24, 2017

Family Friendly Candlelight Christmas Eve Service

Sunday, December 24, 2017


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Advent and Christmas events announced

The season of Advent leading up to Christmas begins on December 3. Knox has planned a number of special events: December 10 at 3 PM - Carols for Choir, Organ, Brass and YOU, a free concert and opportunity for all... Read More

The five solas

What's So Laudable (or So Lamentable) About the Re-Formation?"

Five hundred years ago, on the 31st October, in the city of Wittenberg, Saxony, a professor and cleric named Martin Luther published a critique on various theological concerns and practices of the Church in his... Read More


Faith that Works through a Grace-Filled Voice

The third chapter of James is filled with wisdom about how we use our tongues.    Much of it reminds me of a story about a Gossip who goes to the local Rabbi about the problem: “I’m so sorry for the many times I’ve... Read More


Faith That Works Through Good Deeds

The second chapter of the New Testament letter of James, most well-known for the theme of ‘faith without works is dead” (verses 14, 17, 20) begins with an interesting scenario: “if a person with gold rings and in... Read More


Faith that Works, Through Trials

“I didn’t go to religion to make me happy.  I always knew a bottle of Port would do that.   If you want a religion to make you feel really comfortable, I certainly don’t recommend Christianity.”    So writes C. S.... Read More