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Worship at John Knox Presbyterian Church is contemporary! Our worship proclaims the Good News of Jesus Christ to modern people in the 21st century...

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Worship at John Knox Presbyterian Church is traditional! Our worship is rooted in the Christian tradition found in the Bible.

 

SERVICE TIMES

Sunday Chapel 8:45am
Sunday School hour 9:45am
Sunday Sanctuary 11:00am

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MidWeek
Wed. 6:00pm

 

Worship at John Knox Presbyterian Church defies categorization and we think that’s a good thing! We seek to proclaim the Good News in ways that speak to all generations. We sing praise songs, classic hymns, and new hymns. We love to make a joyful noise to the Lord by using a variety of instruments, piano, organ, guitar, drums, trombone, etc. We preach in ways that move the heart and challenge the head. But most of all, we focus our worship on God! All we do in worship combines to create an atmosphere of joyful praise and thanksgiving to our God — Father, Son, and Holy Spirit!

Worship at John Knox Presbyterian Church is the heart of all we do. We believe the Holy Spirit is present in our worship and guides and directs our worship, that our lives might be changed and transformed; that we might become more like Christ with each passing day.

We believe Jesus called us to participate in two Sacraments. Sacraments are outward signs of God's inward grace. We celebrate the Sacraments of Baptism and the Lord's Supper.

In baptism, the outward sign of water demonstrates God's choice to draw us into His family. Water acts as a sign of God's cleansing. Water also acts as a sign of dying to our old life and being given new life in Jesus Christ. Believers and their children are welcome into the household of God through Baptism. (Matthew 28:18-20)

The Lord's Supper is the joyful feast of the people of God, celebrating Jesus' life, death, resurrection, and his coming again. In the gifts of bread and wine believers are filled with the very presence of Jesus. What changes at the Lord’s Supper are not the elements of bread and wine, but us. All who confess Jesus as Lord and Savior are welcome at the Table. (Matthew 26:17-30, I Corinthians 11:23-26)