The Knox Book Group meets every 5 weeks on Sunday afternoons after the worship service to discuss another book on the reading list. All are welcome. Click here to find out more.
On the Day of Pentecost we celebrate the gift of the Holy Spirit descending in a mighty rush of wind and flame to inspire the church’s proclamation of Christ’s rising and to empower its mission and ministry to the world. We wear red to worship on Pentecost Sunday as a symbol of the flame at the birth of the church.
We will celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion.
Knox Spring Hike – Sat, April 29 @9:00 am
The annual Knox Church spring hike is planned for Sat. April 29. Meet at 9:00 am at the church parking lot. The destination is Burke Lake Park. Leaders will take you on a 5-mile hike on a mostly level circuit around the lake. Bring bottled water and a light lunch.
People’s Climate March, Washington, D.C.
Get involved and join others of faith at near the US Capitol to show your concern and national climate change policies. Call the church office for more information about where and who to meet. Click here for more details and logistics about the march.
Maundy Thursday – Supper and Program, April 13 @ 6:30 pm
Holy week at Knox Presbyterian includes an intergenerational light supper, program, and communion on Maundy Thursday. Gather with the community as we remember the Last Supper and Jesus’ act of washing the feet of his disciples.
Easter Sunday Worship – April 16 @ 10:15 am
Celebrate the resurrection of Jesus from the dead during our worship service at 10:15 am on Easter Sunday. During fellowship time after the worship service, children (and adults) will dye hard boiled eggs that will be delivered to a homeless shelter.
Knox Presbyterian will receive the offering for One Great Hour of Sharing. This special annual offering helps sustain the important Presbyterian Church (USA) ministries and programs. One Great Hour of Sharing enables the church to share God’s love with our neighbors-in-need around the world by providing relief to those affected by natural disasters, provide food to the hungry, and helping to empower the poor and oppressed.
Once a month, Knox Presbyterian Church celebrates communion together during the Sunday worship service. We celebrate the sacrament via intinction: this method of serving communion involves dipping a piece of broken bread into the grape juice so as to take both elements together.
Remember, being grateful is a lifestyle choice. The Women of Knox will lead the worship service at Knox Presbyterian on March 26. We will celebrate our gratefulness, especially for the women who came before us and paved the way. Give thanks with a grateful heart! All are welcome.
Knox Presbyterian Church in Falls Church, Fairfax County, Virginia strives to be a Christ-centered church, loving the Lord, growing in discipleship, and sent to serve our community.
Come learn and worship with us at 7416 Arlington Blvd, Falls Church, Virginia 22042. Worship led by Rev. William V. Hale and begins at 10:15 am, followed by a time of fellowship.