To lament is to express sorrow, regret or to mourn deeply. This short service led by the Rev. Jana Reister offers an opportunity to lift our lament to God, who hears us, in solidarity with all affected by COVID-19 and all who suffer racial injustice. Participate in this service at a time and place of your choosing by clicking here.
The Knox Prayer Tree. You are invited to participate in an interactive art installation that has been erected at Knox’s Observatory Avenue entrance. The installation will be open beginning June 28. Click here to learn more.
Knox has assembled a list of resources people of faith can use to learn about a help support racial justice. Click here to view.
The COVID-19 pandemic has thrust big questions on us. How we answer them speaks to what we believe about the realm of God. Adam Fronczek expands on this idea in his sermon from July 5.
Structured racism in the church is a paingful truth we must face. Adam Fronczek, in his sermon from June 28, explains.
The new Jerusalem--the Holy City--is promised to us by God. Even though we don't know when it will come, its promised arrival can help shape our lives today. Rev. David Annett preaches on this topic in the video above.