Coming events AT knox!


Weekly worship info, bulletin, and announcement are posted on Worship Calendar.

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Next Brunch - September 8th following worship.

Brandon Men’s Ecumenical Potluck Supper

Friday, May 13th at 6:30pm

Trinity United Church

Guest Speaker: Sherri Splett, Coordinator of Volunteer Services at Rideau Park Personal Care Home. For more information, contact: Keith Levenick (729-0934) or Ken Nairne (726-4162).

Knox Fall Rummage Sale
 Saturday, October 26th
Our rummage sales are major fundraisers for Knox.  Our inventory was down a bit for our last sale, so, please keep us in mind when doing your summer and fall cleaning/clearing out projects.  Let’s make this one the best sale yet!

Feeding Families with Samaritan House

Wednesday, September 18th at 10am

Trinity United Church

Trinity will be hosting a Feeding Families bag-a-thon in the church basement.  We will try to fill as many packages of flour, sugar, and rice as possible to help feed the hungry.  All volunteers are welcome, as are donations.

Prairie Spirit Sacred Circle
 Monday, September 23rd at 6:30pm
Assiniboine Food Forest

The next gathering is scheduled on the Autumn Equinox. Travel past the Green Spot on Rosser Ave and straight into Dave Barnes’ driveway, which leads to the Assiniboine Food Forest. 


Beef Supper
Sunday, September 29 at 5:30 pm
Central United Church
Adults:  $16.00          Children    6-12: $7.00. 5 and under:  free
Tickets available at Central United Church or by calling
(204) 272-0577, 
Advance tickets only.


Interfaith Prayers for Creation Service at Knox
Friday, September 27th at Knox United Church
Interfaith Prayers Service at 11:00am
Rally on the Lawn at 12:00pm
September is climate action month.  During September, the United Church of Canada observes the Season of Creation with sisters and brothers in denominations around the world.  Many faith based groups are recognizing the week of Sept. 22 as a week of action, and there are Climate Strikes taking place in communities worldwide.  There will be an interfaith prayer service in the sanctuary, and following the service participants are invited to gather on the lawn with signs and posters highlighting our concerns about the climate crisis.


Orange Shirt Day
Monday, September 30 – 4:00-6:00 pm
Riverbank Discovery Centre
Ceremony and Prayer start at 4:00 pm.  There will be a walk to the former site of the BIRSLC and a feast held there.  Participants are asked to bring one food item and their own plates/utensils.
Advance tickets only.