News

Selection of photos from  Sunday 7 February

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Photos taken by Ian Thomson

For more photos from Knox Church head to our Facebook page


Transfiguration  – this Sunday’s  (14 February) services

10am ‘A question of identity’ – service led by John Franklin
7pm ‘Starting the journey’


Last Sunday’s  sermon – ‘When God disappoints’  (morning) is  now online.
Find it and previous sermons here.


 

 

Just Pray


An Appeal to Christians in the United States
from the Presidents of Presbyterian Seminaries

click to read this article in full


  KnoxNews

Frontpage Knews Dec2015
read December ’15 – February ’16  issue
For past KnoxNews and additional pages go to our past-postings page

Upcoming events at Knox Church

All Good Poems Wear Classical Shoes

Wednesday 9 March – 7pm All Good Poems Wear Classical Shoes

Join poets David Eggleton, Ian Loughran, Emma Neale and Sue Wootton for an evening of inter-art collaboration, as their works are scored and arranged to music. Travel with them as art forms merge into new and inspirational creations performed by soprano Sophie Morris.

Part of the Dunedin Fringe Festival, visit dunedinfringe.nz for more information on this and other events being held around the city – also how to buy tickets.

 


Knox Church
449 George Street
Dunedin

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

One thought on “News

  1. Dear Knox
    Today, while on holiday, I attended Piccolo with my daughter and 2 grandchildren and we had a wonderful time. Calla had organised a programme that kept us all smiling and worked very well with the size of the group. My favourite activity was when we each had our closed instrument and were invited to improvise to the music. What fun! Next time on holiday I’ll certainly be there.
    Thank you Calla
    Donald

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