Welcome to Knox Presbyterian Church Manotick!

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

A Public Commitment

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.


Worship services:

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.


Office Hours – We welcome Holly Glofcheskie, our Office Administrator back from parental leave! her office hours will be confirmed shortly.

Upcoming Events


Election of Ruling Elders 

The documents explaining the procedure for the election of ruling elders can be found under the above heading “Congregational Information“. Voting starts Nov 12 & ballots must be returned no later than 12:00 noon Dec 10.

Christmas Cantata Rehearsals

This year the choir is doing a cantata called “Carriers of the Light” This is a cantata for children & adults & we would like to invite ALL to participate. If you would like to participate, please see Leslie Fromow (613-692-4684) or phone the office (613-692-4228) to find out when the next rehearsal will be held.

Christmas Concert – Saturday, November 25 from 7 – 9 P.M.

Knox Church and Manotick Brass are presenting an Old Fashioned Christmas Concert featuring the West Ottawa Ladies Chorus and Manotick Brass on Sat Nov 25 at 7:00 P.M. The concert is a combined fund-raiser for the Church and Manotick Brass. Tickets are available at the church office or at Manotick Office Pro, for $15 (free for children under 12). Have a look at the concert poster


Poster-christmas-2017WOLC (Click Here to Open a PDF version)

Manotick Olde-Fashioned Christmas – Dec 2

Help is needed with the Olde-Fashioned Christmas. It is time for Knox to mingle with the community as they walk by our door. It’s an opportunity to invite folks to our special Christmas events as we hand out free hot apple cider and hot chocolate. If you can help for an hour or so, please sign up on the bulletin board. If you have questions, contact Sondra Creasy, (613) 491-5483.

Ladies Christmas Potluck Supper – Monday December 4, 6:00 P.M.

Ladies, you are invited to a Christmas Potluck Supper on Monday,  December 4 at 6:00 pm. Supper will be at 6:30 pm. Bring a friend!  A signup sheet will be on the noticeboard at church.  Any questions contact Janet Currier 825-0578 or Judy Hehn 692-8395. Hope to see you there!

Helping the Ladies – Monday December 4, 6:00 P.M.

Knox Men enjoy getting together for fellowship, fun and service; here then is an opportunity to do all three! The Knox ladies are reinstituting their annual Christmas banquet and that means they will need more than a few good men to set up, serve up and clean up. The banquet is to be held in the church basement on the evening of Monday December 4th. The ladies will do the cooking but we will need to do everything else. There is a signup sheet at the back of the church so please sign up and set aside that evening to honour and serve our ladies. There will be a dark socks and white shirt dress code.

Thursday Prayer Meetings

Join us every Thursday for prayer at Knox at 9:30 A.M. as we pray for each other, our church and our world.