We are a church family that enjoys joyful worship in a warm and friendly atmosphere.  We believe that God’s saving grace, given through Jesus Christ is offered to all, and that we are called to share God’s saving love within our immediate, local and global communities.  If you are looking for a church home, please feel welcome to join us.

I rejoiced with those who said to me, “Let us go to the house of the Lord.”
Psalm 122:1

Office Hours: Wednesday 8:00am-10:00am, Thursday 9:00am-3:00pm, Friday 9:00am-1:00pm. Be sure to call ahead, to 613-692-4228 just to ensure that someone is in the church when you visit.


If you love the Lord Jesus Christ and are committed to Him and His Church, come and declare it before others. Our Lord has taught us that “Whoever acknowledges me before others, I will also acknowledge before my Father in Heaven” (Matthew 10:32). We invite all who are interested in professing their commitment through baptism, an affirmation of faith or membership in Knox, to speak to Rev Phil Kim at rev.philknox@gmail.com or 613-402-4228.


Our worship services are Sunday mornings at 10 am.  Nursery care is provided for children up to, and including 3 years of age. There is church school for children in kindergarten and up to and including grade 5.  The youth, grades 6 – 12, also meet during the service to study the Bible. Most Sundays, following the worship service, we enjoy fellowship in the church hall.

Sunday Morning Care Group – We don’t just do Bible study and prayer, we CARE for each other. If you would like to join our group, we meet on Sundays at 9 am in the Youth Room starting this Sunday. The group is led by Derrek Konrad and they are currently studying the Gospel of Mark with a study book from Mark MacArthur. For more information, please call Derrek at 613-822-9846.


Building for the Future – at Knox we want to look ahead and move forward to continue God’s work. The Elders at Knox would like to encourage the congregation to join with the leaders to focus on two goals for 2019: 

1. To continue to work on the vision of Knox.

2. To work on the Accessibility Project by the raising of funds. 

Making the Gospel Accessible to All

On Sunday 22 September 2019 following the morning service, we celebrated the start of our accessibility project with a sod turning ceremony. The addition will include a lift providing access to the sanctuary and lower levels, a new ground level entrance, a large, open congregational space, a classroom/multi-use room and an enlarged accessible washroom. The construction is scheduled to be completed in the spring of 2020. Efforts have been made to ensure that the church remains open for services and meetings throughout the week.

If you would like to donate to the Accessibility Project online, please click on the following link: Donate to Knox 

Christmas Outreach

Christmas Gift Baskets – It’s time to plan our Christmas gift baskets for the four struggling families that have been assigned to our church. These families are regular clients of the Manotick Outreach Food Cupboard. If you would like to donate a non-perishable food or a gift item for these baskets, please pick up an item tag(s) from the baskets on the table in the Narthex. The brown basket tags are for food items and the red basket tags are for gift items. Please bring your items to Knox any time up to December 15. There will be a collection box in the choir room.  Contact:  Marilyn and Brian Schacht at marilyn.schacht@gmail.com


Belief Matters – Sunday, November 10, 17 & 24

Related imageWhat you believe matters. Your beliefs shape your thoughts, decisions and actions. Join us on Sunday, November 10, 17 and 24 at Knox at 7:30 pm in the Fellowship Hall as Phil teaches about the importance of Biblical theology. On November 10, we will begin with the importance of what we believe. We will also spend time learning about what we believe about the Bible. Invite friends who are curious about the Christian faith because belief matters

Women’s Breakfast – Saturday Nov 23

Our next breakfast will be held at Manotick Place, 1145 Bridge Street on Saturday, November 23rd at 9a.m. Breakfast will be served in the Multi-Purpose Room in the basement. Cost: $10; cash only. Martha Fair will be our speaker. Come and fellowship, “that we may be mutually encouraged by each other’s faith, both yours and mine.” Rom. 1:12. Please RSVP by Wed. Nov. 20 to Marilyn Schacht at marilyn.schacht@gmail.com

Hanging of the Greens – Sunday Nov 24


The hanging of the greens is a time to decorate the church for Christmas. This will be on November 24th after the church service. Come and join in the decorating fun.

Manotick Olde Fashioned Christmas – Saturday Nov 30

The Manotick Olde Fashioned Christmas will be held on Saturday, November 30th. Knox serves hot chocolate and hot apple cider on the church lawn. We are looking for a volunteer to lead this outreach event. There are guidelines available for information. A sign-up sheet for other volunteers is posted in the Narthex. Youth are welcome to help and obtain volunteer hours for school. For more information please contact Marie Adams at mmarieadams@hotmail.com .