Category Archives: Change How We Worship

Change How We Worship intends to analyze how we carry out the act of worshipping in our congregation and what changes could be made to make it more interesting, inclusive and/or modern; our intention in this discussion is to define this initiative.

Ask Andrew: Lent

“Ask Andrew” is an annual opportunity for members of Knox to ask questions of faith and religion. Andrew answers them in the Sunday morning service, and now in this blog. Enjoy! Ask Andrew: Lent Why do United Church members not … Continue reading

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Ask Andrew 1: Epiphany

 Ask Andrew” is an annual opportunity for members of Knox to ask questions of faith and religion. Andrew answers them in the Sunday morning service, and now in this blog. Enjoy! Ask Andrew Part 1: What is Epiphany?     How many … Continue reading

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Capital City Bikers Church Visit to Knox

We were joined by a contingent of some 15 to 20 people from the Capital City Biker’s Church (Biker Church) at our Jan. 19/14th worship service at Knox. The congregation was held spellbound by Garner ‘Hillbilly’ Foster as he recounted … Continue reading

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Communion: Is it meaningful for you?

The United Church of Canada Website states that: Communion is served numerous times a year in United Churches, but not every Sunday. Participation is open to all people attending the service, but is not mandatory. This says so much to … Continue reading

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Yes, Worship Matters!

  Worship services have special meaning for every individual who takes a seat in our sanctuary. This fact alone poses an interesting challenge when we think about how we see our church in the near and distant future. Not surprisingly, … Continue reading

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