Sand Mandala

June 17—19 and Sunday, June 21st A Global Peace and Compassion Tour comes to Knox! A group of three Tibetan monks from Zongkar Choede monastery in Tibet is on a Global Peace and Compassion Tour. We, at Knox, are honoured to host them for four days as they build a Sand Mandala in our beautiful […]

True Love Started at Knox

What a lovely surprise it was when Earl and I were serenaded with this song, True Love, last Saturday at the end of Linda’s dinner. Chellan Hoffman and Carol Johnson did a wonderful rendition, with a few words changed to fit the occasion of our 50th Anniversary. The most amazing part was that they prepared […]

Farewell Dinner For Linda Hunter – Photos

Wasn’t that a party! We toasted. We roasted. And generally we showed Linda how much we loved her in words and songs. Thank you Linda! We’ll miss you dearly. Click to view the slideshow below. For best results, view in HD and full screen. Don’t forget to turn on the sound. If the slideshow doesn’t […]

Welcome to…. Rev. Dr. Greg Glatz and Rev. Dr. David Holmes

After weeks of searching and prayerful discernment, the Joint Search Committee of Knox has invited Rev. Dr. Greg Glatz and Rev. Dr. David Holmes to join our faith community, offering spiritual guidance and leadership in the months and years to come. We welcome them! Greg is a theologian, an author, a teacher, a musician and […]

Knox Choir goes to Carnegie Hall – Update

Time sensitive! If you wish to go on this trip, you need to submit your deposit by June 10. Download the whole info package for New York Trip here – all of it (pdf-download) WELCOME! You have arrived at this webpage because you are curious about this exciting news! Perhaps you are interested in travelling […]

The sky is falling… The sky is falling… The sky is falling!

Do you remember that children’s tale from long ago when Chicken Little was walking in the woods and an acorn fell on her head?  Her immediate assumption was that the sky was falling.  In a hysterical panic, she ran all over the place, meeting up with Loosey Goosey, Ducky Lucky, Henny Penny and a host […]

Knox & Scarboro Choirs Invited to Sing in New York!

There is an update to this information! Please read it here. “We’re going to be a part of it, NEW YORK, NEW YORK!” It had to happen!  Our rendition of the Requiem for the Living by Dan Forrest at Easter time has come to the attention of the people at Carnegie Hall, New York and […]

A Mother’s Day Like No Other

This Mother’s Day will be like no other for me.  As I am writing this, my mother is lying in a hospital bed, growing weaker with each passing day and slowly drifting away from me toward death. I am an only child.  This has never meant much to me over the course of my life—until […]

Special Congregational Meeting – Sunday April 26, 2015

UPDATE After two years of transition, forming a JNAC, a Joint Search Committee, and much discernment, the members of Knox approved the hiring of two new ministers. We will welcome Rev. Dr. Greg Glatz and Rev. Dr. David Holmes on July 15!   Meeting date and time: Sunday, April 26, 2015, 12:30 P.M. Greetings Knox […]

Plummeting Oil Prices. Depressed Real Estate Market. Job Losses.

Sigh. Haven’t we heard all of this before in resource-rich Alberta?  Every decade or so we ride a roller-coaster of anxiety, fear and worry.  It’s called a downturn in the economy. Sometimes that bedeviled word “recession” is also used, but that is only whispered lest we send the stock market crashing through the floor even […]