At Knollwood, we aim to be a church family of disciples that are making disciples of Jesus Christ. Part of us doing this is gathering together as a whole community to exalt Christ through the preaching of the Word (2 Timothy 4:1-5, Hebrews 4:12, 1 Corinthians 2:1-5) and to exalt Christ through singing (Mark 12:30, John 4:23-24, John 12:32).

When is your worship service?

Our weekly gathering is at 10:00 am.

Coffee & Welcome Centre

Coffee is served before or after the service. Stop by our Welcome Centre where volunteers will help you with more information about Knollwood and register your children for our children’s program. Or you can register them here to save you time. 

What should I expect during your worship service?

Our worship is a time where we gather as a local church family to sing, pray, and preach the gospel.  We sing a mix of older and newer songs with the words being displayed on the screen. 

We have the Lord Supper or otherwise known as Communion held on the first Sunday of the month. Communion is the breaking of bread and a time to give thanks as we reflect on the pouring out of Jesus’ blood and the breaking of His body for our sins. It is also only to be taken by Christians. We encourage you that if you do not know Jesus as your Lord and Saviour that you allow the bread and juice to pass you by as you reflect on who Jesus is and what He allows us to do.

We also take time to give tithes and offerings as part of our worship.  

How Do I Get There?

We are located on Cheapside St. between Highbury and Adelaide across from Knollwood Park Public School.  We are also on a transit route.  You can see how to get here by going here.

What is there for my Children?

Register Here 

Children are extremely important to us at Knollwood. Nursery is offered during the service and classes for children in JK to grade 5 are offered midway through the services. To protect your child, we use a matching tag system for children involved in our program. You can register your child(ren) right here to save time at the Welcome Centre.  If you have already registered, simply go to the Welcome Centre and type your phone number into the tablet and follow the prompts. If you prefer to register at the Welcome Centre with a volunteer, you are more than welcome to.  A name tag along with a corresponding tag will be printed out for you and your child(ren).

These tags serve two purposes: to notify you if we require your assistance and to allow us to release the child only to the bearer of the matching tag. Should an issue arise in which we require your assistance, your tag number will be displayed on the corner of the screen at the front of the auditorium. Simply go to the back of the auditorium and speak to an usher or go directly to your child’s classroom. Nursery-aged children begin their program at 10:00 am in the Children’s on the lower level.

Children in grades JK-5 join their families in the main auditorium for the beginning part of the service and are dismissed later to their classes. They will exit the main auditorium doors to their classrooms. If you’re visiting for the first time, feel free to walk with your child down to his/her classroom.

How should I dress?

Be comfortable and be yourself! You will find some people dressed in their “Sunday best,” while others wear jeans and t-shirts. We care about you, not what you wear!

I have been attending recently and want to get more connected. How do I do that?

One of the easiest ways to get connected is to fill out a Connection Card . Our pastoral staff can provide you with some tools to help find the best place for you to connect to Knollwood’s ministries and people.  

Hearing Assistance

Just ask one of our ushers, and they will help you.

Handicap Accessible

Knollwood is accessible on the main level (west) entrance and an elevator to get to our lower level to help those with who need it.


We are part of the Fellowship of Evangelical Churches