ALL ACTIVITIES HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED DUE TO COVID-19 PROTOCOLS
KNOX CONNEX: the 1st Wednesday of every month
3-5pm – Coffee and Chat: a time of informal conversation, coffee, tea, muffins, and friendship.
5-7pm – Family Night: a pot luck supper followed by intergenerational activities and fun.
7-8:30pm – Faith & Fellowship: guided conversation using multi-media, curriculum, and scripture on matters pertaining to faith and life.
Join us for one – two – or all three of our Wednesday connection points!
People of the congregation and friends gather at 8:00am on the 2nd Saturday of the month (October to May) for breakfast and to listen to a guest speaker.
BASKETRY GROUP: Making baskets and now inviting everyone to come with a craft and join them! Supporting missions with $5 donation. Tuesday mornings 10am-1pm
LADIES OF KNOX:
Ladies meet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month and bake a
variety of fruit and meat pies which are available for sale. Pot luck lunch meetings are popular.
KNOX DRAMA GROUP: is an informal committee that was formed in 2001. It reports to the Worship Committee and its purpose is to develop and present dramatic productions that will enhance and support the worship and fellowship life of the congregation.
CHOIR FOR ALL AGES:
Thursday afternoon practice @ 3:00 pm. We sing a mix of traditional & contemporary music. New members most welcome. Practice is from September to June.
are held throughout the year for all ages: bowling, carolling, pot luck dinners, church picnic, coffee hour after church.
Knox has hosted annual dinners for the community for many years. Our Spaghetti dinner is usually held on the third Friday in October and a Ham dinner on the 2nd Friday in May. Tickets are available through the church office
Steamboat Ride at Paul’s Lake Joseph Home:
A great get-together!
Congregational Summer Picnic each year!
Bring a salad or dessert and your own drinks and chair!
SANTA CLAUS PARADE FLOAT:
Each year Knox enters a float in the Bracebridge Santa Claus Parade. We attempt to remind the community of the “reason for the season”.