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The Secret Ingredient is LOVE

Rev. Judith Stark joined us while Rev Liz was attending Epiphany Explorations in Victoria.  We reflected on Christian values and our modern world.  Read, sang and contemplated the Beatitudes (from the Latin for... Read More

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January 29, 2017

KNOX UNITED CHURCH January 29, 2017 ~    4th Sunday after Epiphany   á  please rise as comfortable;         + Please remain seated   Prelude:   "Healer of our Every Ill" - Keith Kolander We Gather As God’s People... Read More

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January 22, 2017

Knox United ≈ a Sacred Space Epiphany Three -  January 22, 2017   áPlease rise as you are able  +Please remain seated Prelude:  “Cantilene”   Denis Bedard Greeting Call to Worship ♫áGathering Hymn:  VU79    “Arise,... Read More

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Food, Fun & Fellowship

70 people of all ages gathered to share food and conversation, fun and fellowship… to celebrate the safety and the new friendship building with our new friends from Syria.  The food was incredibly delicious!  The... Read More

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Shining Stars

MESSAGE TO ALL THE PARTICIPANTS OF THE JAN 15 SYRIAN POT-LUCK DINNER AT KNOX Each one of you is a bright shining star, and together you are awesome!  Whether your task involved planning, set-up, transportation,... Read More

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Album - January 15

January 15th we celebrated the second week of Epiphany by blessing several new prayer shawls made by our Prayer Shawl team.  If you know someone who might benefit from receiving such a gift of comfort, please... Read More

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January 15, 2017 ~ Baptism of Jesus

KNOX UNITED CHURCH  January 15, 2017 ~ Baptism of Jesus   Prelude:    "Tierce en Taille"  Francois Couperin ♫áRise as you are able.   +Please remain seated. Welcome ♫+Introit:  VU374   “Come and Find the Quiet... Read More

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January 8, 2017 ~ Epiphany Sunday

KNOX UNITED CHURCH January 8, 2017 ~   Epiphany Sunday   Prelude:   'Twas in the Moon of Wintertime   David Lasky                   “As With Gladness Men of Old”   John Leavitt    áPlease rise as you are able ... Read More