Father Andrew Foreshew-Cain at Knox – Sunday, November 26

Father Andrew was ordained in 1990 and served as vicar of two inner city parishes in NW London (UK) from 1998 till August 2017. Our connection to Andrew arose through The Sanctuary Cafe at St. James’ Church in West Hampstead, London, which is part of a social enterprise hub called the Sherriff Centre. In addition […]

David Armour at Knox on November 12, 2017

Knox is delighted to have David Armour, Director of Philanthropy for the United Church of Canada, preach in our worship service this Sunday.  David’s role in the church is to lift up the theology and practice of philanthropy and financial stewardship as core to our commitment to living out God’s mission in the world. David’s […]

2017 Calgary Carol Festival

The 2017 Calgary Carol Festival is December 2, 3, 4 at 7pm nightly. A variety of Calgary choirs get together to perform for a worthy cause, The Calgary Inter-Faith Food Bank. Non-perishable food items or a donation to the Food Bank is welcomed for admission to the festival. The evening also includes carol singing with […]

Radical Hospitality: Creating a Safe Welcoming Space at Knox

What is Radical Hospitality? Is it offering coffee before the worship service? Offering a warm welcome, with a smile and eye contact, as people enter our doors? Or, does it encompass all of these things but also involve something far deeper? I believe it involves something deeper. In recent days we have been inundated with […]

Interfaith harmony prize for Calgary! – by Dave Holmes

I must say that there are many exciting things happening in and around Knox these days – so many that I am honestly struggling to keep up! But instead of telling you about what’s happening here at Knox, let me tell you this month about something that is happening around us. The newly-minted Calgary Interfaith […]

1100 Days – And away we go!

By Rev. Dave Holmes On January 29, we held our annual congregational meeting and, in a very positive atmosphere, launched some significant new initiatives. Risk and challenge We passed this year’s budget with a deficit of over $100,000!  This deficit is a reflection of a few significant factors:  the Inn from the Cold is no […]

Introduction to Meditation Series

In January 2017, Margaret Miyagishima is teaching an Introduction to Meditation Series. The series includes five, Monday noon-hour sessions and a Closing Circle. Class times are Mondays from 12:10 to 12:50 Dates of classes: January 9, 16, 23, 30, and February 6, 2017 Closing Circle: Thursday, February 9, 5-5:45 Location: Knox Labyrinth Classes open to all those […]

Blue Christmas – Longest Night – December 21, 2016

It’s Christmas, and once again radios and shopping malls will be announcing, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year.” For many people, this is not the most wonderful time of the year. Some people are dealing with the death of a loved one, facing life after divorce or separation, coping with the loss of […]

2016 Carol Festival Invitation to Choirs

Carol Festival dates: Saturday, Sunday and Monday – November 26, 27 and 28th, 2016. 7:00 pm each night Here are the forms for the 2016 Carol Festival. 2016 Carol Festival invitation 2016 Carol Festival application form for choirs  

Sabbath – A day to pamper one’s soul – By Dave Holmes

Read all the sermons in this Sabbath series: Sabbath 1 – The whole wide world is waiting Sabbath 2 – Heaven Sabbath 3 – The importance of saying no – By Greg Glatz – coming soon Sabbath 4 – Sabbath and the economy Sabbath 5 – Pamper your soul Scripture: Psalm 23 This is the last in our Sabbath series.  The last […]