Saturday, May 23: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday, May 24: 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
For one weekend, buildings across the city are throwing their doors open to welcome curious city explorers. We’ll be part of that, showcasing our mid-century bowling alley, sanctuary, and more!
630 Spadina Ave. Toronto, ON. M5S 2H4.
Throughout Doors Open we’ll be showcasing some of the incredible musical talent at Knox.
Saturday, May 23rd
11:30 am – Lance Keizer (Vocal/Piano)
12:00 pm – Jennifer Del Duca (Piano)
1:00 pm – Jessica Neilson (Flute)
2:00 pm – Mian Chen (Organ)
3:00 pm – Dr. Rogers Bergs (Organ)
Sunday, May 24th
1:30pm – Knox Presbyterian Church Choir - led by
Dr. Roger Bergs
2:00 pm – Sue Schaafsma
3:00 pm – Michelle de Koning
4:00 pm – Allan Keith (Piano)
Sunday, May 24
Guest Speaker: Andrew Zeidman from Scott Mission
Wednesday, May 27
Inequality for All: Film and discussion about the widening economic gap in the world.
Friday & Saturday, May 29 & 30
A Poverty Revolution Boot Camp provides an interactive learning environment, stories, facts and development experience from the field, an understanding of the origins of poverty. Register here.
Loving the City
Serving the World
We’re a faith community in downtown Toronto, right across from the University of Toronto, in the heart of the Annex. We have a simple vision: we’re following Jesus, loving the people of Toronto, and serving the world. Learn more about our vision.
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A weekly digest to keep you informed about what’s happening at Knox.
Parenting can be hard! Our Director of Family Ministries, Alvin Kim, understands and sends uplifting reflections based on life experience and helpful books.
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