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WHAT IS ALPHA??? more>
-Family Fun Nights -more->
- ..The “A-B-C ” method- by Bill Hale
- YUM ! CHICKEN CURRY SALAD Recipe from Marcia Geelhood -
-Our Friend Rev. Kevin Harris has New Web Site - more>
-"ALL TIME BEST BROWNIES" Recipe from Patty Webb
-—A PICNIC RECIPE from Mary Highsmith
A Tasty Recipe for spring from the Women of Knox
-NAME Tag! Makes Me Uncomfortable! So Why Wear a Name Tag??
*"Diverse Origins, Common Struggles" by Nick Snow - some surprising facts
—*The Knox Book Group Choices & Schedule of Discussions
*Estate Planning & Knox: Gifts That Keep Giving

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Come alone or Bring a Friend.

“Something is missing”

If you feel as if “Something is missing” and want to find purpose in your life, Alpha may be a good choice for you.

What is Alpha?

Anyone interested in finding out more about the Christian faith is welcome.

Learning and Laughter. Join others in a relaxing atmosphere.

Each weekly session begins with dinner. Pasta (or other great food).
Dinner is followed by large group presentation and small group discussion.

Helping one another:

Ask Anything. Here’s your chance to ask your questions and express your opinions.

Information & Registration:

For more information or to register to attend, contact the church
at 703 560-5288 or by e-mail at:


Family Fun Nights are on
the first & third Fridays
of the month

The evening features board games, washer toss, an occasional movie, kids games, refreshments and a couple of hours of fellowship.

Bring a friend, neighbors, or just yourself, and enjoy the evening!

To find out more contact Russell Whitmoyer


Our friend Kevin Harris, missionary to the Philippines, now has a new Web Site.

You can go there by clicking

Recently, the Session requested that all Sunday Worshipers at Knox wear name tags. A name tag or clip-on button is available from Linda at the church office. Still, only a few wear the tags.

So, Why wear a name tag?

When asked to describe Knox the response is "Knox is a Traditional Christian church, friendly and caring, your spiritual home." On that theme we want our visitors to be comfortable, which is one benefit of name tags.

Name tags serve as a modern-day front porch. They're a welcoming invitation for people to be sociable. It's an icebreaker. It makes people feel comfortable knowing who you are

With a name tag you are no longer a complete stranger.

It's sort of like an invitation, because it shows someone is open to meeting others. People recognize that names are profound. It's not just a name tag. It's a signal they want to be friends.

Bottom line: Wearing a name tag helps others, especially our visitors and new comers who are trying to fit in, feel at home at our church.

"Diverse Origins, Common Struggles"

Fairfax demographer Anne P. Cahill recently spoke to the Falls Church Community Services Council about the county's diversity, which inspired Knox Elder Nick Snow, the organization's secretary, to write an article that appeared in the Washington Post at the end of July.

Please click here to read the entire text of Nick's interesting article:


Our Worship service is available on audio cassette or compact disk. Contact the church office at:
703-560-5288 or at

The Knox Presbyterian Book Group
"Enrichment for Adults"

The Book Choices & Schedule of Discussions through
Summer 2007 are now available. More info

Need a year end tax deduction to meet your threshold?
Donating your old car to Knox could help!

You could also help the ministry by including Knox in your estate!

Estate Planning: Gifts That Keep Giving

Have you ever wished you could give more money to the church but your current resources and needs won’t allow it? Most of us have a desire to do more in the way of charitable contributions but don’t feel we have the discretionary funds to do so. But giving from our accumulated resources at the end of life is a way to make a significant contribution that keeps on giving. And most of us can leave something to the church, even after we have taken care of loved ones in our will.

In order to help ministry happen through the church for years to come, we each need a will and an estate plan. Without a will and an estate plan, the distribution of our personal assets will be determined by the State of Virginia through probate court. But through an estate plan, a gift to a Knox Trust Fund will enable ministry for generations...

Just a thought...

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