Knox Ottawa is seeking a Minister who will teach and lead Knox so that the congregation can fulfil its mission as a Christian community seeking to grow in knowledge of Jesus Christ and to live our lives as he teaches us. Interested candidates are invited to download the congregational profile.Continue Reading... No Comments.
This year’s theme is: Building Relationships… with each other, with our community, with those who are different, with those we are in conflict and with the environment. Register now at pccweb.ca/ottawayouth.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Sunday morning worship starts at 10:30 am during the summer — starting July 6 and in effect through August 31. Summer office hours are Monday to Thursday, 9 am to 1 pm.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Following morning worship on June 22, the congregation will gather in the garden (or in Geneva Hall in case of bad weather) for a relaxed lunch of hamburgers and hot dogs, salads and dessert. Please bring a lawn chair or two if you can.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Join us on Saturday June 21st from 1:00 until 4:00 pm for our annual Strawberry Social and Bake Sale in the Knox Garden and Church Hall at 227 Elgin St. Admission is $6.00, $3.00 for children.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Knox Church is participating once again in Doors Open Ottawa. The church will be open on Saturday, June 7, 2014 from 10:00 to 16:00 and on Sunday, June 8, 2014 from 13:00 to 16:00.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Book Club will next meet on May 25 at 7 pm to view the DVD Peter, A Fragile Stone. All are welcome to attend.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Part or all of Laurier and Queen Elizabeth Driveway will be closed from 8 to 11 am. Other closures can be found at the CN Cycle for CHEO website.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Seraphina and Knox Presbyterian Church Ottawa present THE LAST ROSE OF SUMMER Celtic music from Ireland Seraphina is a vibrant new ensemble featuring soprano Dawn Bailey, and Celtic harpist Susan Toman. Praised for making history come alive through musical storytelling, these talented musicians perform from the Celtic, folk and Baroque repertoire. SUNDAY, JUNE 15, 2014 […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Come and hear our guest speaker, Mr. Louis Guay, describe his four-month ordeal when held hostage by an Islamic terrorist group in a remote corner of the Sahara desert. Mr. Guay, a career diplomat and former ambassador to Gabon, was acting as aide to special UN envoy Robert Fowler when the men were kidnapped in December, 2008 while on a mission to mediate between the Niger government […]Continue Reading... No Comments.