Our worship and music blend contemporary and traditional elements. We value good preaching that connects the Bible to life, so the sermon is an important part of our worship. For more information, listen to our latest Sermons and go to News.
We’re pleased to let you know about our assistive listening system available during the worship service. This system, called AudioFetch, allows us to stream the audio from the service directly to your smartphone or tablet via the AudioFetch app. This means you get to control what you’re hearing through your own device and headphones (or directly to a linked hearing aid, if so configured).
If you would like to use the system, please stop by the sound booth before or after the service and someone will gladly assist you. We can help make sure you’re connected to the Wi-Fi and have the app set up correctly. We will also have some devices available at the sound booth for those who would like to use the system but do not have their own device.
You can download the AudioFetch app using the appropriate link:
Dress on Sunday at Knox runs the gamut from jeans to suits, so it’s really up to you.
During the Sunday morning worship service, nursery and toddler classes are available for children ages birth to 3 years. Elementary age children start out with their families in the corporate worship service in the sanctuary. During the school year, children in Pre-K through 2nd grade who would like to attend Children’s Worship are invited to do so midway through the service. Over the summer, children remain in the service to worship with their families for the entire Sunday morning service. Find materials at the Kids Create center in the atrium for your young worshippers to continue our Children’s Worship practices over the summer.
Coffee & Education Hour
Join us after worship at 10:45 AM for coffee in the atrium. Then at 11:15 AM, during the school year, participate in our education hour, which features Christian education classes for children, 5th to 6th graders, middle schoolers, high schoolers and adults. It’s a great way to learn and a great way to get to know us in a setting much smaller than the morning worship service.