At Knox, we value adult learning communities. We hear sermons in a group of almost 700 people in worship but where do we engage the Bible in smaller groups with time for discussion, questions, and reflection in smaller groups? The Education Hour following the morning service is one way adults come together to learn and apply God’s Word in more intimate settings. From theology to world religions, Biblical content to faith@work conversations, from parenting to wrestling with challenging cultural questions, you never know what classes might be offered next. Join us for this wonderful adventure in learning and growth.
Ever since the Ephesus book burning (Acts 19), the church has had an ambivalent relationship with secular books. This class will examine seven dangerous books from the second century to the twentieth, that have provoked a strongly negative reaction from the church.read more
Election (if you even believe it’s true) is something that took place back in the mists of eternity. Evangelism and holiness are about the present. Sometimes the assumption then is that there is little or no connection between them. And then any connection...read more
Someone once nicknamed relationships as the mess worth making. While the primary relational lens for this class will be marriage (from newlyweds to oldly weds, good marriages and struggling ones), we all live in a web of relationships that can benefit from some biblical fine tuning.read more
C3Women’s Ministry will be offering a study entitled “The Promised One – Seeing Jesus in Genesis” during the Christian Education hour, Oct. 8 – Dec. 17 in the Music Room.read more
Does commitment to Christ require a commitment to His body as it is expressed here at Knox? An opportunity to become a member will be offered upon completion of this course.read more