Good news for Jazz lovers!

Jazz Vespers are back for the 2016-17 season! For the fourth consecutive year, Ernest Ruppenthal will coordinate Jazz Vespers at Knox. Featuring well-known local musicians, these Wednesday evening events are times... Read More


2016 Lilian Forsyth Scholarship

Applications for the 2016 Lilian Forsyth Scholarship for Church Music are now closed. Applications have closed for the 2016 scholarship and the winner willl be announced shortly. For information regarding the 2017... Read More

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Jazz and strawberries

This past weekend was a busy one at Knox, with the annual Strawberry Tea and Bake Sale on Saturday and Knox's own kickoff to Jazzfest on Sunday. The bake sale was again a great success, while many of the attendees... Read More


Knox Minister Wastes Time This Summer

"Sabbath means quit. Stop. Take a break. Cool it. The word itself has nothing devout or holy in it. It is a word about time, denoting our nonuse of it, what we usually call wasting time."   This is what Eugene... Read More

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The Wild Cards support Out of the Cold

Great tunes from the Big Band era filled the sanctuary of Knox on May 29, when The Wild Cards performed in a concert to benefit Knox's Out of the Cold ministry. Lively and infectious music from the days of Swing,... Read More

Dinner with Julie van Dusen

It was humorous, informative, and frank. At the Spring Dinner in support of our Refugee Sponsorship on April 27th, CBC reporter Julie vanDusen shared stories from her long involvement with Parliament Hill and the... Read More

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Gracefield Sunday

Outdoor experiences are important to our Christian life. That fact was emphasized and demonstrated frequently during the worship service on April 24, when Knox hosted the Executive Directors of Gracefield Christian... Read More


Refugee Sponsorship

Like the rest of the world, we have been shocked and horrified by the images of suffering of the people of Syria. War has brought destruction of homes and death or injury to thousands, but many more have been... Read More