Our Sunday service is open to everyone. It is a blend of traditional and contemporary styles with dynamic music and relevant teaching of God’s Word.
A Communion service that is a celebration of the Lord’s Supper is held seven times a year usually the first Sunday of a month and special days.
We look forward to getting to know you and having you get to know more about us. Welcome!
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Holy Week and Easter
April 14 10:30 am Palm Sunday
Sanctuary Choir presents the Cantata, "The Weeping Tree" by Joseph Martin
April 18 7 pm Maundy Thursday
This service commemorates the Last Supper of Jesus with His Twelve Disciples, the institution of Holy Communion.
April 19 7 pm Good Friday Tenebrae Service
On Good Friday, the church mourns Jesus' death on the Cross
April 21 10:30 am Easter Sunday
We celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ
Special music with Slide by Slide trombone quartet, choir, and solists
Communion Sundays - 2018
February 18 -- First Sunday of Lent
March 29 -- Tenebrae 7 pm
March 30 -- Maundy Thursday
April 1 -- Easter Sunday
October 7 – World Communion
December 2 -- First Sunday of Advent
Join us after the Sunday morning service for a fellowship time with coffee, tea, juice and sometimes snacks. We gather in Metcalf Hall, beside the sanctuary, immediately following the church service. It is a wonderful time of fellowship for welcoming visitors, introducing ourselves to new people and celebrating special occasions
From North Guelph: Take Woolwich Street and turn right on Baker Street. Knox Church is on the corner of Quebec Street and Baker Street. Access to the Baker Street parking lot is off this street or see Sunday Parking below.
From South Guelph: Take Gordon Street – this street changes to Norfolk Street at Waterloo Street. Continue and turn right at Quebec Street. Knox Church is on the corner of Quebec Street and Baker Street.
Parking for Sunday Services is available in the Baker Street parking lot behind the church. There are two entrances to the lot – from Baker Street if coming from the north or from Chapel Lane if coming from the south.
Parking may also be available on Quebec Street in front of the church or along Chapel Lane.
Two spots for Handicap parking are available on Chapel Lane and also in the Baker Street parking lot.