Welcome to John Knox Presbyterian Church
Welcome home, children of God!
Our faith celebrates the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.
John Knox is a place where anyone can experience and share the love of God, the peace of Christ, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit.
We are a faith community that values your thoughts and questions. Come as you are today and grow with us in faith and discipleship. We welcome all to the Lord’s table for Holy Communion, which is usually celebrated monthly.
We invite you to stay for fellowship after worship, where refreshments are served and friendships are made and nurtured.
The Worship service will be posted after 8 am each Sunday
Check the Bulletin for announcements and other information here
Worship Sunday, February 28, 2021
“A Conversation at the Watering Hole”
Rev. Peter Blank
IN PERSON WORSHIP SERVICES CANCELLED
Out of love for our members, friends and the wider community in person church worship services are cancelled until further notice. We are providing weekly worship and fellowship opportunities online. We encourage everyone to practice social solidarity by keeping in touch with cards, letters, phone calls, email and texts while practicing physical distancing and wearing masks to help reduce the spread of the Covid-19 Corona virus.
HOURS & SERVICES:
Closed to public due to Covid-19
Email and telephone are monitored remotely
The office closes in observance of federal and state holidays.
Pastor Office Hours: Monday
Available by appointment only due to Covid-19.
Please contact Rev. Peter Blank cell: 503-349-2559 Email: to schedule an
in person at church (socially distanced & masked), Zoom or telephone appointment.
ADA Accessible with hearing loop installed in Sanctuary to help those with compatible hearing aids
Nursery care available for infants and toddlers
Pastor: Rev. Peter Blank
Music Director: Anna Robinson
Pianist: Bethany Cozort
Office Manager: Sheila Cunningham
Clerk of Session: Eileen Sheelar
Deacon Moderator: Linda Garland
Treasurer: Bronwyn Curtis
Too frequently we think we have to do spectacular things. Yet if we remember that the sea is actually made up of drops of water and each drop counts, each one of us can do our little bit where we are. Those little bits can come together and almost overwhelm the world. Each one of us can be an oasis of peace.
~ Desmond Tutu