The youth ministry at Knox serves 13-19 year-olds, and consists of 4 components: Faith, Fellowship, Service, and Support.
Faith: All the activities we do are rooted in our faith and in service of God and others. Youth are often looking for meaning, and asking big life questions. We at Knox Youth offer a weekly Youth Night, on Mondays from 6:30- 8:00pm in the Parlour (excluding holidays). This is a time where youth can explore their faith, ask questions, and dig into scripture to learn more about who God is and how He is relevant to their lives. We also take some time to pray for each other, worship, and play games. All are welcome, and snacks are provided!
Fellowship: We believe that an integral part of our faith community is fellowship. Knox Youth offers a monthly event, where youth can come together for some fun and fellowship. Whether it be tobogganing, a movie night, or a trip to Wonderland, fun is sure to be had by all! Check the Knox calendar on our website for upcoming events!
Service: Serving others with our gifts and talents is one way we can share our faith in practical ways, and serve our community. Knox Youth serves in a variety of ways through outreach or service projects, on a monthly basis. We believe that having a servant heart, is something that is put into practice through ongoing acts of service. Check our website for upcoming service projects.
Support: Adolescence can be a difficult time. We know that youth benefit from having trusting, caring adults in their lives to help them navigate life’s challenges. We offer individual support to youth through counseling, spiritual care, and mentorship. Contact Laurie Trace if you would like to receive more information.
Laurie Trace BA, MSWc., RSW
Knox Youth has social media platforms (Facebook & Instagram) where you can connect, stay up to date on upcoming events, and view photos.
At Knox, our Church School strives to bring the message of God's love and Christ's teachings to children and youth. We want children to discover, develop and rely on their relationship with God.
We offer classes for all children from Junior Kindergarten up to Grade 8. Children and leaders meet in the Sanctuary at Children's Time during Sunday morning worship. Church School at Knox endeavours to encourage all age groups on their faith journey.
PRESCHOOLERS are full of wonder and open to discovery. They also have a need for security. At Knox they can feel secure in the depth of God's love.
GRADE SCHOOL CHILDREN are beginning their self discovery. At Knox, we help them to work out their connections to others, to their world, and most importantly to God.
We are all Children of God. We are all part of the Knox Family. We all have gifts to share with each other... children with old members of our church family and in turn, older members with our children and youth.
All ages are welcome at Knox in worship, at Communion, celebrating Baptisms and in class rooms.
For more information about our Church School Programs please contact Karen Bellamy, Church School Coordinator.
Summer Sunday School
Joint classes will be held during the summer months.
The material and curriculum is provided for those interested in teaching. Please sign the sign-up sheet in Metcalf Hall or contact Karen.
Keep this date open in 2019: July 8 - 12
Watch for more information. See the Photo Gallery for some 2018 pics
65 Children were enrolled in RAGING RIVER RAMPAGE this year's Vacation Bible School at Knox from July 9 - 13, 2018
MISSION OUTREACH PROJECT
This year we partnered with “Start2finish”, to stuff backpacks which will be distributed to families who might not otherwise be able to afford some of the necessary tools for their child’s success at school.
With your support and the support of our VBS families, we stuffed 41 backpacks! And also a box of extra supplies.
The Start2Finish Backpack Program provides vital school supplies to thousands of kids who begin the school year without the proper essentials. Each September, Start2Finish, in cooperation with school boards and local administrators, identifies children with the greatest needs in low-income communities across the nation. The program equips students with the tools needed to help “even the playing field” and prepare them for a successful school year and beyond. The S2F Backpack Program distributes backpacks to the most at-risk children in schools locally and nationwide.