Alpha at Knox – begins April 4 at 6:30pm
Alpha is a series of interactive sessions exploring the basics of the Christian faith. Each session looks at a different question, and is designed to create conversation. There’s no pressure, no follow-up, and no charge; it’s just an open, informal, honest space to explore and discuss life’s big questions together. For more information and to register, contact email@example.com
Lent at Knox
Mar 18, 12:30pm: Ukrainian Easter Egg Decorating (lunch provided, $5 per person, $15 per family)
Mar 25, 7pm: Palm Sunday Choral Service
Mar 28, 7:30pm: Service for Prayers for Healing
Mar 29, 7:30pm: Maundy Thursday Service
Mar 30, 11am: Good Friday Service
Apr 1, 11am: Easter Sunday (Combined) Service
Faith & work dinners
What is it like to be a Christian in your workplace? How might your faith impact your work in a positive way? How do you live in the tension of working in a secular environment and growing as a Christ-follower? Your pastors would love to hear your responses to these questions and listen to more of your workplace experiences, joys and struggles. We invite you for dinner to connect with other professionals at Knox and talk about faith & work.
March 22 – Helping Professionals
April 26 – STEM Professionals
May 31 – “Bay Street” Professionals
If you’re able to join us on the night that best matches your field of work, please RSVP by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
March 14 & 21, 7:30pm
We’ll be holding a two night membership orientation for those interested in learning more about entering into deeper community at Knox, This is for those who have been baptized and confirmed their faith already. Contact Wendy Rogalski email@example.com to register.
Seven Words from the Cross
Sunday, March 25, 7pm
A choral service of worship presented by the Senior Choir of Knox Presbyterian Church with soloists, strings and organ.
Music by Mendelssohn, Washburn and the world premiere of Seven Words from the Cross by Toronto composer Alice Dearden Music.
The choral service is free (there will be a free-will offering.)
Lent teaching series
The Saviour we need: reflecting on Isaiah’s Servant Songs
What sort of salvation will save you? What kind of Saviour are you hoping for? For the season of Lent, we will be reflecting on the four “songs of the servant” in Isaiah (42:1-9; 49:1-13; 50:4-11; 52:13-53:12). These prophetic words speak of the coming Messiah and Saviour that we know in Jesus. They are powerful elucidations of the person and mission of Jesus (the first African disciple was brought to Christ through one of these songs – see Acts 8:26-39). They teach us to see not so much the Saviour we might want (a hero flexing his muscles or knight riding in shining armour) but the Saviour we need.