(Last updated Mar. 15, 2015)

Welcome One and All!

We extend a special welcome to visitors. Where ever you are on the journey of faith, you are welcome here at Knox! Please join us for coffee and conversation following worship.

Sunday, Mar. 15th

Today we extend a special welcome to Rainbow Girls and their families. Glen & Rosanne Gephart are long-time leaders in this youth service organization which teaches leadership training through community service.
All are invited to participate in the Healthy Congregation Training following the Clam Chowder Soup & Bread Lunch. We extend a special welcome to our facilitator for this training, Rev. Bob Conover.

This Week


Mar. 18

Friends, Fiction, & Faith

11:30 a.m.



Mar. 18

 Lenten Soup & Study

6:30 p.m.
   “The Healing Miracles of Mark”
Mar. 12
Mar. 21
Choir Rehearsal
“At the Hop” Dinner Dance
7:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.


Next Sunday is the Fifth Sunday of Lent

A preaching series on the healing miracles in the Gospel of Mark continues. Prepare for worship by reading Mark 5:21-43

Memorial Easter Flowers…

It’s a tradition to fill the sanctuary on Easter Sunday with Easter Lilies and spring flowers. If you would like to help the Deacons do so, please pick up a yellow form on the credenza, and make a donation of $10 for each person you would like to remember or honor.

Palm Sunday Potluck…

…follows worship on March 29th. Bring a salad, main dish, or dessert to share. See sign-up.

One Great Hour of Sharing…

…will be received on Easter Sunday, April 5th. This annual free-will offering helps our Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) support people in need of food, water, shelter, relief from crises and catastrophic events in our country and worldwide. Please prayerfully consider a generous gift.

“Friends, Fiction, and Faith” … Wednesday, March 18, 11:30 a.m.

It’s not too late to join in this book club gathering. This month’s book is Flight Behavior by Barbara Kingsolver. Talk with Emily about your interest.  For a complete list of books check out our Book Club page.

The Healing Miracles of Mark

The Six Wednesdays of Lent at 6:30 p.m.

A Lenten Soup and Study co-led by Sue & Emily
The miracle stories are an integral part of the Gospel narrative.
Nearly half of Mark’s account of the public ministry of Jesus
describes miracles. The miracles were Jesus’ chief weapon
in the struggle with evil. The chief priests and scribes questioned
his authority to heal the sick and were greatly concerned by the
crowds that followed him. So by the time Jesus arrived in Jerusalem
for the Passover they “were looking for a way to arrest Jesus
by stealth and to kill him,…” (14:1)


Feb. 18

 Mark 1:14-33

An Unclean Spirit Cast Out &

Peter’s Mother-in-law healed

Feb. 25

Mark 1:40-45; 2:1-12


Jesus Heals a Leper and a Paralytic

 Mar. 4

Mark 3:1-11

Jesus Heals on the Sabbath & Heals Many

 Mar. 11

Mark 7:31-37

Jesus Heals a Deaf Mute

Mar. 18

Mark 5:21-43

Jesus Heals a Woman with a Hemorrhage

Mar. 25

Mark 15:46-52

Jesus Heals Bartimeaus, a Blind Beggar
Please prayerfully consider participating
in this Lenten journey of study & fellowship
Sign-up today.

Opportunities to Serve

Please see the Opportunities to Serve bulletin board in the narthex. Sign-up today on a date you are available to help with the following: 4th Sunday Ushering, Hosting Fellowship Time, Assisting in Sunday School, Counting the Offering, Bringing Flowers, Serving as Worship Leader. Everyone is needed to help with Sunday morning..

Office Hours

Our pastoral intern Emily has office hours at Knox on Fridays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for anyone who wishes additional care or conversation. Please feel free to call her at the Knox office during that time or contact Emily directly at emilykoenig@yahoo.com if you can’t make the office hours. Emily looks forward to getting to know you! Come on by and say hello.