WELCOME. 어서 오십시오. BIENVENUE.
Knox is an inclusive community that celebrates everyone's unique identity. We believe community is stronger when we are connected. Meeting our neighbours and exploring our neighbourhood is important to us. Through connection we hope to enrich lives and promotes empathy, unity, and acceptance. Studies echo that community connections increase neighbourhood safety, mental and physical wellness, and local economic growth.
In the spirit of reconciliation, we acknowledge that we live, work, play and pray on the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Confederacy (Siksika, Kainai, Piikani), the Tsuut’ina, the Îyâxe Nakoda Nations, the Métis Nation (Region 3), and all people who make their homes in the Treaty 7 region of Southern Alberta.
The Calgary Foundation has made a Land acknowledgement video that explains the importance of land, why it is necessary to honour it and the original people of the land. We hope you watch the short video and join us in respecting the different original communities of the Treaty 7 region of Southern Alberta.
We love our community and enjoy partnering with individuals, groups and other organizations to make our community a better place.
Everyone is invited to the local events, activities, and concerts hosted at Knox. We respect everyone's individual beliefs and do not proselytize during community events.
Currently we are offering in-person worship without any capacity limits, although we still recommend wearing a mask and physically distancing.
If you are feeling unwell, please stay at home and watch our services online and participate in events via Zoom when available.
Click the link below for information. Stay safe, stay healthy!
Knox hosts worship on Sundays at 10:30 am.
There are three options for how you can join us for our Sunday services:
1. In person, currently with no capacity restrictions.
2. Watch the livestream from our YouTube channel on Sundays at 10:30am.
3. Watch previous services on our YouTube Channel here.
What's New at Knox?
Good Food Box
We are continuing orders for Good Food Boxes! The next dates are:
January 11 pick up (January 2 order/pay deadline)
February 1 pick up (January 23 order/pay deadline)
March 1 pick up (February 20 order/pay deadline)
March 22 pick up (March 13 order/pay deadline)
Use the link below to place your order. Please submit a separate form for each pick up date that you would like to order for.
Cafe at Knox
Join us every Thursday morning from 10:30am - noon for some coffee, live music, and cafe goodies.
We have a special 'Caroling Cafe' on Thursday, Dec.1 with Christmas treats from the Glenmorgan Bakery and a Christmas Sing-a-long.
All ages welcome! 10:30-noon.
Instructor: Francine Caguiat
No registration is necessary and no experience is required. Everyone is welcome
Every Thursday at 9:30am
Drop-in fee is $7.
For more information about the Good Food Box Program, please visit the Community Kitchen website
Free Libraries & Pantry
Share your favourite reads, pick up some new stories.
Drop off non-perishables and bottled water in the pantry, or contact the Knox Office to arrange drop-off of donations.
Rug Hooking at Knox!
Every Thursday from 1:30pm-3:30pm, Knox will be hosting a rug hooking session for everyone to enjoy. No experience needed!
How to Contribute
Join us in making our community a better place!
Knox is grateful to receive funding from various grants to aide in its community development projects. Help support our goals!