Selection of photos from Sunday 21 August

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Photos taken by Ian Thomson

 This week’s services, Sunday 28 August – Pentecost 15

10am  ‘It started with the Children’ led by Rev Dennis Povey and Gillian Bremner CEO of Presbyterian Support

7pm  ‘…no house, no home…’ led by Janet Sim Elder and John Elder, Communion led by Rev Anne Thomson

Last week’s evening sermon  A Call from God can be read by following the link

Previous week’s sermons can be found by following this link

Emerging worship – opportunities and challenges

Workshop with Rev Dr Doug Gay, University of Glasgow

Monday 5 September,  7–9pm Knox Church Gathering Area
(behind the church, 449 George Street, Dunedin)

media_193608_enThe Rev Dr Doug Gay is Principal of Trinity College Glasgow and teaches practical theology at the University. Doug is a minister of the Church of Scotland who has also worked in London as a minister of the United Reformed Church. He has been a religious columnist for The Times and is also active as a hymn-writer and worship leader.

Among other things Doug works on the relationships between the emerging church and ecumenism and between the nature of the church and mission.  He also writes on contemporary perspectives on liturgy and preaching.  He has written and presented about alternative worship, possible futures of worship, the use of arts and creativity in worship, the emerging church and new media technologies.

Doug will be in Dunedin as the 2016 Stuart Residence Hall Visitor at the University of Otago, hosted by the Centre for Theology and Public Issues

Contact: Rev. Dr Kerry Enright  mobile 027 467 5542, or Knox Church office  03 477 0229

Set on the Journey

Follow  Nic Haslam through his experiences living and teaching in South Korea. Read here at  Nic’s blog

Photo from Nic’s recent blog

All welcome

Piccolo 2016
 Mhairi Rowbottom will be leading this
musically fun session on Friday mornings
during school term time


 KnoxNews Jun_Aug 2016 front page
 read  June – August  issue
For past KnoxNews and additional pages go to our past-postings  page

 Just Pray

Upcoming events at Knox Church

20th Australia & New Zealand Goodwill Tour – 14 September

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Church Tour – 29 September

Church Tour 2016

Knox Church449 George Street

Phone (03) 477 0229
  • Sunday Services – 10am and 7pm
  • The Knox Church Choir sings at all services during school terms
  • Sunday School and Youth programmes are offered during school terms/University semesters
  • Knox Church Dunedin is a registered charity #CC52318

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