Virtual Members’ Meeting Sunday May 24
Join online as we gather to praise God for how he has been working among us and how we can continue to pray as a church.
Details to connect are below. If you are in need of help, please let us know before Friday. You will need to download the Zoom app on your device. Got to Zoom.us for more details.
Reports will be on our website on Friday. Please keep this email so that you can easily connect via the zoom link below.
Topic: Knollwood Members’ Meeting
Time: May 24, 2020 11:30 AM America/Toronto
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Meeting ID: 820 9530 2295
Tuesday Nexus Youth -- Instagram Live at 6:30
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Wednesday Prayer Meeting – On-line at 10 a.m.
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Sunday morning pre-service prayer time at 9:00 a.m.
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Watch the Sunday service at 10 a.m. and chat on-line before the service
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Online Children's' Ministry – from the “Gospel Project”
YouTube Playlist with our lessons
Activity Sheets This week we are on Unit 9 Week 3
Question 41: What is the Lord's Prayer?
Answer: Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us today our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.
Pray then like this: “Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name. . . .”
Next Sunday — Pastor Nathan Klahsen
Missionary of the Month — Ken and Cathy Yinger, Spain
Our Staff — Pastor Nathan Klahsen
Our Deacons — Keith Albion, Dave DeHaan, Jeff Freele, Chuck Selby
Neighbouring Churches — Stoney Creek Baptist Church — Lead Pastor Mark Farrow
Local Supported Agencies — Teen Challenge -- London
Our Community Heroes — Many of our Knollwood family and their loved ones put their health at risk every day – health care workers, cleaners, store clerks, police officers, first responders, bus drivers, child care providers, delivery people, mail carriers… We appreciate you and pray for your safety.
Our Leaders during this Time of Crisis — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Premier of Ontario Doug Ford, London Mayor Ed Holder, Canada's Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam, Ontario Chief Medical Officer Dr. David Williams
We know that many people are feeling anxious about their finances in these uncertain times. But God is faithful. Givings, tithes and offerings are an act of worship that God uses for the on-going gospel ministry at Knollwood.
Here are a few ways that you can give:
__Year to Date May 17 _
Actual 95,591 3,513
Budget ___112,300 5,615 _
Difference (16,709) (2,102)
We are hearing heartwarming stories about how you are reaching out to each other. Keep encouraging one another, Knollwood Family!
Need someone's address or phone number? Here is the link to our on-line directory: https://
If you need anything -- help, encouragement, groceries -- please contact the church office at 519-455-2090 or send an email to Beth at [email protected]. We would love to help you.
Volunteers are still needed on the Lawn Maintenance Team. What a great way to help your church and beautify the community while enjoying fresh air and exercise. If you would be able to help, or want more information, contact Dave DeHaan or the church office ([email protected] or 519-455-2090).
The United Way has many urgent agency needs. Here are only a few:
For more information about dropping off these items, go to the United Way Elgin Middlesex website http://unitedwayem.ca/covid-19/latest-updates/ and look under Urgent Agency Needs. Or contact Beth at [email protected]
For a full list of agencies in need, click on the following link:
Ken and Cathy Yinger
As you know, Spain was hit very hard and very fast by the coronavirus.
In their March newsletter, Ken and Cathy wrote: "We are so grateful, more than ever, for the privilege of being in Spain right now. Thanks to you and your prayers and gifts, we can tell people (and we do) that God has allowed us to be here, right now, to walk with them through this time of crisis. It didn’t occur to us to return to Canada, and now, it’s not possible. But we aren’t afraid, just prudent, and seeking to to make the most of our time (Read Ephesians 5:15-16.)"
They have kept busy with prayer, bible reading, hobbies, and connecting with others through technology. Cathy sewed hundreds of masks for health care workers.
Their prayer requests are for themselves, and for us as well.
Rebekah arrived safely in Papua New Guinea on March 15, just before travel was shut down. In her latest newsletter, she writes that she won't be able to leave Ukarumpa or travel for some time. She is keeping busy working on a paper, volunteering in her community, looking after the dogs and horses on her property, and preparing a translator training course.
Here are her prayer requests:
Heritage College and Seminary
At Heritage, they ask for prayers for the following:
Here is the link to their most recent newsletter: https://myemail.constantcontact.com/News-from-Heritage-College---Seminary.html?soid=1111130192940&aid=st-_0K3yCZk
Another great way to stay in touch with Heritage is to follow them at https://discoverheritage.ca/. The newsletter mentions several resources, such as sermons and online courses, and they hope to keep adding resources for churches and their congregation.
Terry and Joanie Wiley
Terry and Joanie are currently safe and well in Three Hills, Alberta. Terry’s trip to Ethiopia was cancelled due to the Covid 19 pandemic. Terry will begin a Masters in Leadership program in May. Joanie is currently unable to do her volunteer work at the hospital. She is supporting new mothers remotely through webinars and doing errands for people who are self-isolating.
Their prayer requests are as follows:
Barney and Adelia Robison
Barney and Adelia are home from the Gambia and are winding down their ministry in preparation for retirement. In their March letter, they wrote "There was joy, amongst the tears shed in saying good-byes, so soon to leave, with people we have poured our lives and time into; salvation, 10 baptisms, disciples, and counseled in their walk with God. ... but we look forward to see what God has next for us to do, once we have rested and medical things have cleared up."
Here are their prayer requests: