Children & Youth

Children & Youth

While we don't currently have many children and youth attending Knox on a regular basis, those who do come are most welcome, and are loved and supported by the congregation.

We have devoted the east transept of the sanctuary as a children's area, where they may draw, put together puzzles, or cuddle a soft toy during the service.

The service always has a time for the young at heart after which a leader will work with the children in attendance - sometimes in the transept space, and sometimes in the adjacent building. 

Our children are actively involved in the life and work of the church.

 Recently they have:

  • Prepared and harvested the vegetable garden, with proceeds to First United Church
  • Collected coins for UNICEF
  • Made cookies for congregational fellowship
  • Made Christmas cards to be bundled for sale to the congregation
  • Folded Origami cranes for peace and healing
  • Sung with the choir in anthems
  • Acted in Christmas Pageants
  • Voluntarily assisted in serving at Community Lunch
  • Written Prayers of the People and assumed presiding leadership in a Sunday Worship service
  • Prepared PowerPoint presentations and monitored the computer and projectors for  services

At the Christmas Eve Family service, at 7:00 p.m., our numbers of young people swell significantly, and we are always thrilled to welcome them.  They are invited to participate, "spontaneously", in the pageant - as angels, shepherds and animals.

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