Binding Threads - March Knox Presbyterian Church Newsletter
Welcome to the Knox Presbyterian Church Monthly Newsletter. This month's newsletter will include different events, projects and updates that are happening at the Knox Presbyterian Church. Want to get involved with the church or add some events/programs to the newsletter? Feel free to contact our office!
Thursday March 17: The Knox Cafe 10:30am12pm The Biber Project Show @ 12pm
Saturday March 19: Stardale Women's Group short film viewing.
We are searching for young artists
Spring is around the corner! Knox Presbyterian Church is excited to have a practicum student work on an art project that focuses on what children/youths mental health has looked like over the last two years. The goal is to get kids/youths to send in a piece of artwork in any medium to be displayed in the church for an art showcase (date TBD).
It can be any form of artistic presentation (digital art, drawing/painting, poetry, collages, etc). A short description of the artwork that is created would be appreciated as well. The deadline is March 31st to submit your artwork.
The Biber Mysteries Project
Join us on Thursday March 17 for a live concert at the church of The Biber Mysteries Project from 12pm-1pm.
The Biber Mysteries Project is a lecture-recital series featuring the Rosary Sontatas of Heinrich. The show will be featuring:
Andrea Neumann - Baroque violin
Andrea Case - baroque cello, gamba
Justin Luchinski - Harpsichord, organ
Ralph Maier - theorbo, lute, baroque guitar
We hope to see you there!
Stay in the loop by liking our facebook page and The Biber Mysteries Project facebook page for event updates!
Join the Stardale Women's Group
Through the Mission and Justice Committee we are planning an event for March 19th at 2pm. We will be hosting the Stardale Women’s Group. https://www.stardale.org who are committed to empowering indigenous girls and their families.
With some of their youth, they have created two short films: The first is called The Road, is about the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. The proposed format of the event is: Introductions/welcome, prayer and smudge by an Indigenous Elder, information about Stardale, viewing of the film (10-12 minutes), Q & A with the actors, and director, Possibility of some drumming depending on the girls present. Please call the Knox Office (403-242-1808) to let us know you plan to attend. We are encouraging other Presbyterian Churches to host a similar event, for which funds have been provided. Based on the success of this event, we hope to present the second film, Shadows in Time, as a follow-up (Date TBA).
This will be an opportunity to watch the film, then spend time with the actors and producers. They come with an Elder and some of the girls. It is also an opportunity for relationship building and increasing awareness of the issues facing women and girls in the Indigenous community. It will be an in-person event, keeping Covid protocols for distancing. As for Sundays, masks are recommended but not required. We hope that the girls will provide drumming and singing.
Cafe at Knox is back!
We are extremely excited to announce that Cafe at Knox is back! The cafe will be held on Thursday March 17 and 31 from 10:30-noon and will continue into April. Come stop by!
Good Food Boxes
Knox Presbyterian Church is partnering with the Calgary Community Kitchen for the Good Food Box Program - to give everyone the opportunity to have healthy food at a affordable rate. Each month, Knox will be posting new order and pick up dates for the Good Food Boxes.
Thank you for reading and stay tuned for more updates and events happening at Knox Presbyterian Church.