This Sunday we welcome the Graham Road Handbell Choir and Belyea Bells from Graham Road UMC to our 10:15 worship service. Be sure to come and hear them play!
In October, please save all your change and bring it to worship on Sunday, Oct. 29. We’ll have a Noisy Offering!
It’s Already Back to School Sunday! The teens will be helping to lead worship. Join us in blessing children and teachers as they head back to school.
We are welcoming U.S. Army Chaplain David Bowerman to the pulpit this Sunday while Pastor Hale is on vacation.
This Sunday we welcome Rev. Patrick Walker from Church World Service to the pulpit. Pastor Hale is on vacation for the next 2 weeks.https://cwsglobal.org/
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.
This Sunday, April 30, we welcome Rev. Karen Chamis, Director of Congregational Development and Mission for our National Capital Presbytery.
This Sunday, 10:15 am, we celebrate Earth Care Sunday in worship. Reba Elliott, Executive Director of Faith Alliance for Climate Solutions, will be our guest preacher.
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.
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.