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Part-time Position: Community Engagement Specialist

Have you got the gifts to be our new Community Engagement Specialist?

As part of its long-term plan of facilitating and becoming a relational hub through community presence, Knox Presbyterian Church seeks a part-time Specialist in Community Engagement to strengthen its current community activities and to identify new opportunities for growth. We seek someone who is successful and passionate about Community Engagement. The position is for 10 hours per week and is an initial 9 month contract beginning in September with the possibility of renewal. Interested candidates can download the Position Description available below or email the office, office@knoxcalgary.ca, for a copy. Applications should be received before June 21.

 

2018 Annual Report

Each year, the ministry of Knox Presbyterian is summarized in a written annual report, with submissions from leaders of all ministries.

 
Here is the report for the previous ministry year, excluding the financial statements:
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information about the financial life of Knox Presbyterian Church , please email the church office. 

Blog Post from Rev. Mark

“Love never risks being expressed as hatred, because it does not insist on its own way. Love celebrates the variety and diversity of creation,” by Rev.Mark Tremblay​

Read the full blog in this week’s KAIROS: Canadian Ecumenical  Justice Initiatives​ Spirited Reflection.

https://www.kairoscanada.org/spirited-reflection-hatred-not-form-love

 

Moderator Issues Letter of Repentance to LGBTQI Community

Moderator Issues Letter of Repentance to LGBTQI Community

 

Christmas Brunch on Christmas Day

Thank you to everyone who made this day extra special.  We saw many familiar faces, and some new ones.  This is a yearly tradition for both congregations and know that we will continue for years to come.

Rainbow Stole

We have a new addition to our Sanctuary! The new stole over the cross was created by Maxine Whitehead an artist from Eckville Alberta. The dyed silk-lapp is designed to represent the colours of the Pride Flag and speak for Knox as an Affirming Inclusive church.

Inclusive Celebrations

Thank you to everyone helped us celebrate our Affirming Church decision the last weekend in October.  The performers were spectacular on both Saturday evening and at the Sunday Service.

We are so fortunate to be treated to beautiful music by the BarberEllas!  They are joined by the Knox Presbyterian choir, singing ‘Everything Possible’ by Fred Small/arr. Willi Zwozdesky, at our Celebration service morning.

We are so fortunate being treated to beautiful music by the BarberEllas this morning! They are joined by the Knox Presbyterian choir, singing ‘Everything Possible’ by Fred Small/arr. Willi Zwozdesky, at our Celebration service morning.

Posted by Knox Presbyterian Church Calgary on Sunday, October 29, 2017

 

 

Gentle Yoga

Tuesdays & Thursdays

9:30 – 10:30 am

$5/class

No experience necessary – Wear comfortable clothes

 

Knox Calgary’s Inclusive Journey

We are very proud of our journey to be an Inclusive Congregation, it is not an easy journey, but well worth our prayers and meditations.  If you would like to read how we came together in our decision, you can read Knox Calgary’s Inclusive Journey here.

Knox Christmas Bazaar

Thank you to everyone who supported our Christmas Bazaar –  it was one of our most successful to date.