Selection of photos from Sunday 10 May

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   photos taken by Ian Thomson

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Pentecost Ecumenical Service –
Sunday 24 May at 7pm

The Annual Pentecost Combined Service will be held at 7pm at
All Saints Anglican Church, 786 Cumberland Street North, North Dunedin.
All are welcome.
There will be no evening service at Knox Church that evening.

New light shed on John Knox in landmark biography

29 April, 2015
Copyright © The Church Of Scotland

The discovery of a cache of hitherto unknown letters sheds new light on John Knox, leader of the Scottish Reformation.

Professor Jane Dawson of Edinburgh University, who uncovered the letters exchanged with Knox’s best friend Christopher Goodman, has now written a landmark new book ‘John Knox’ on this hugely significant figure in Scottish history… more


All Welcome!


March-May issue

Upcoming Events

Dunedin Youth Orchestra – Wednesday 27 May

As a response to the 100 year anniversary of the landing of the ANZACs at Gallipoli, this concert focuses on music written for, during, or as a remembrance to war.

The concert features famous works such as ‘Mars‘ from Holst’s ‘The Planets‘, ‘Gallipoli Voices‘ a work by Anthony’s father John Ritchie, and a performance of the beautiful ‘The Lark Ascending‘ featuring our Young Musicians Award winner Olive Butler on violin.

Knox Church, Wednesday 27 May, 7:30pm. Tickets available at the door

Conductor: Anthony Ritchie



Knox Church Choir

11-13 September 2015




Knox Church
449 George Street

  • 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/University term

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  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


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