We believe the need to learn never stops, no matter what your age — especially when it comes to faith formation. That’s why Knox Church offers many growth and development opportunities for adults, from on-going gatherings to events featuring well- known speakers.
April 15: "The Care and Feeding of Your Brain." Our quarterly series on health management, led by Pam Ward, RN, Faith Community Nurse, will meet between services at 10:10am next Sunday, April 15, in the Session Room. The subject is an important one: “The Care and Feeding of Your Brain.” No registration needed – just join us
Beginning April 22: "The Spiritual Child." Join us as we explore the benefits of spirituality for life-long thriving and get practical advice on how to cultivate it from a young age. “The Spiritual Child” class will meet for five weeks beginning next Sunday, April 22, between services in Room 305. This will be an inter-generational class with useful material for all age groups—anyone interested in pursuing spirituality will enjoy the class! We will use Dr. Lisa Miller’s book “The Spiritual Child,” which you may get in most bookstores or on Amazon.com. Class will be led by Tina Hubert with panelists from the psychology and neuroscience fields. Childcare will be available. For more information, contact Tina at moc.x1531751805onk@t1531751805rebuh1531751805t1531751805.
May 5: Children/Parents “The Lord’s Table” retreat. Children from second to fifth grade, along with their parents, are invited to join Pastor Jana and Knox member Michelle Blacketer on Saturday, May 5, from 9:00am until noon in the Social Hall to explore the meaning of the Lord's Supper. Learn why we celebrate communion as a church family, observe Deacons preparing the elements, and perform a special role in communion during that Sunday's service on May 6. Register here.