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COVID-19 Update

The Knox Board met on June 9th 2020 and following some reflection on the resources available from government and church sources, decided that Knox Church and Community Hub would not open for worship at this time.   While we long to be able to see each other, safety is paramount. The next board meeting will be …

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Nepali Bible Study Fridays

Srijana Shahi and Subash Bakhati have been coordinating the Bible study ministry by Zoom, every Friday @ 7:30 pm. Language is not the barrier. Interpretation into English is available. Come, join us. Zoom Link:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2042264947

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Prayer Meeting Wednesdays

RETURNING IN THE FALLOnline prayer meeting will be happening every Wednesday at 7 pm through Zoom. To Join this Zoom Meeting, simply click the link and follow the instructions; we will take some time at the beginning of the meeting to help you with using Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6854724309?pwd=VE1ORldXQWtiYjBlczV5b1h3VkJrQT09 Meeting ID: 685 472 4309 Password: 8015919 If …

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Wet’suwet’en land struggle: Give Respect

Moderator and Elders’ Council on the Wet’suwet’en land struggle United Church Moderator Very Rev Richard Bott and the National Indigenous Elders’ Council have joined their voices to express concern about the current situation on traditional Wet’suwet’en territory. They note the different interpretations of whether consent to Coastal Gas Link’s natural gas pipeline was given or …

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Nepali youth gathering

Youth from Knox participated in the 7th Annual Youth conference organized by CNYAC (Connecting Nepali Youth Across Canada) at Lethbridge, Alberta on the Labour Day weekend. The 12 Knox youth joined over 300 others from 6 provinces. It was an exciting time of community building, worship and fun. Knox youth led the service on the …

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Knox New Veggie Garden

Knox has long supported the Rainbow Community Garden project but this year the congregation has taken on a new role of gardener.  The concept of the Knox Herb and Vegetable Garden at the Rainbow Community Garden at the University of Manitoba started in late spring, the inspiration of congregation member Cynthia.  Filled with her usual …

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New Muslim Neighbours

The Manitoba Islamic Association (MIA) is Knox’s newest neighbour.  Welcome to Central Park. After almost of year of conversation MIA has taken ownership of the building immediately north of Knox Church, known as 406.  About 40 years ago, Knox entered into a partnership which oversaw the construction of the 3 story building and it became …

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