Premier Doug Ford has lifted restrictions on church gatherings, up to 30% capacity. The Pastors, Deacons, and staff worked hard to put the necessary protocols in place for everyone's safety.
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We understand that some of you are excited to return to the church building, some of you are unsure, and some of you are not yet ready. Please take some time to prayerfully consider your own health and comfort level before returning to the church building.
Our on-line services will continue to be broadcasted Sunday mornings at 10 a.m.
Sunday June 28 -- Pre-service prayer at 9:00 a.m.
online: pre-service prayer
Sunday June 28 -- Pre-service chat time starting at 9:30 a.m.
Or on our YouTube Channel
Sunday June 28 -- Service at 10 a.m.
At Knollwood -- We are holding worship services in the church building starting June 21. Do not attend if you have any symptoms of Covid-19 (fever, cough, shortness of breath, feeling unwell). If you are considered to be vulnerable, or if you simply aren't comfortable, please continue to watch our services online.
Please enter through the west doors only.
Or watch online.knollwood.ca
Or watch our YouTube Channel
Tuesday June 30 -- Nexus Youth -- Instagram Live at 6:30
Join Pastor Matt for fun and faith by joining nexus-youthkbc.
Wednesday July 1 --Prayer Meeting – On-line at 10 a.m.
YouTube Playlist with our lessons
Activity Sheets This week we are on Unit 11 Week 1. You can access acitivity sheets with the link or at the bottom of the online bulletin.
Question 46: What is the Lord's Supper?
Answer: Christ commanded all Christians to eat bread and to drink from the cup in thankful remembrance of him and his death. The Lord’s Supper is a celebration of the presence of God in our midst; bringing us into communion with God and with one another; feeding and nourishing our souls. It also anticipates the day when we will eat and drink with Christ in his Father’s kingdom.
1 Corinthians 11:23–26
For I received from the Lord what I also delivered to you, that the Lord Jesus on the night when he was betrayed took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it, and said, “This is my body which is for you. Do this in remembrance of me.” In the same way also he took the cup, after supper, saying, “This cup is the new covenant in my blood. Do this, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of me.” For as often as you eat this bread and drink the cup, you proclaim the Lord’s death until he comes.
Next Sunday — Pastor Matt Freele
Missionary of the Month — Barney and Adelia Robison
Our Staff — Beth Knight, Ministry Assistant
Our Deacons — Keith Albion, Dave DeHaan, Jeff Freele, Chuck Selby
Neighbouring Churches — West London Alliance — Lead Pastor Jude St. John
Local Supported Agencies — Teen Challenge, London
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.
The 80th Anniversary Fundraiser has been postponed until the fall. See the letter from Keith Albion, Chairman of the Deacons' Board, for more details.
Here are a few ways that you can give:
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@example.com. We would love to help you.
Check out the following website to read stories of real Canadians helping other Canadians.
From Ken and Cathy Yinger
We cannot tell you how much your partnership means to us. We know that times are tough in your part of the world, too. We know that there is so much need and that churches are struggling financially. We are grateful for those who have sacrificed to continue supporting the ministry here. Thank you for your commitment to the Great Commission. We are praying for spiritual awakening in this time of a health pandemic and racial unrest. May God bless you as you bless others.
Brothers and sisters in Christ, as things return to a degree of normalcy, don’t just go back to what you had before. God is doing something new in and through His people. His heart is for the harvest and He wants to use you in ways you hadn’t imagined. You may have to give up comfort in order to be obedient.
We know that God has Spain on His heart. Thanks for supporting us in prayer as we show His love to Spaniards in tangible ways. Let’s pray for each other, that we have Christ’s mind…His imagination…His thoughts.
Their prayer requests are for themselves, and for us as well.
Click here to read their June newsletter, "News from the Pandemic". https://mailchi.mp/233f35d15917/news-from-the-pandemic?e=86be61e7d8
From Rebekah Drew
Praise God that we’ve had no further known cases of COVID-19 here in Papua New Guinea (PNG) in the past month! The State of Emergency that PNG’s prime minister declared in March will be coming to an end this month, and we are waiting to find out what will happen next. In the meantime, I’ve made good progress on some projects, and will soon begin preparing to teach Translation Principles at an upcoming Translator Training Course – but we don’t know for sure yet when the course will take place. We asked the Tiaang churches to choose at least three people to attend this course and become new members of our translation team – and they have chosen eight people! We’re quite excited about this. Pray that the timing for the course will become clear soon, and that there won’t be any further cases of COVID-19 in PNG as restrictions are lifted.
From Heritage College and Seminary's June E-News
Thank you for partnering with us and keeping our students, staff and faculty in your prayers at this time. We ask that you continue to pray for Heritage as we equip students and ministry leaders virtually at this time, and as we make plans for the fall semester.
The faculty of Heritage Theological Seminary are presenting free lectures on a variety of topics through a series of live webinar events. To see the schedule, list of topics, and to register, visit DiscoverHeritage.ca/
From David and Cathy Smith
Thank you for your prayers, love and support. We would appreciate your prayers for us as we continue to regularly work online from home and wait for travel restrictions to change. We have two, firstborn, grandchildren coming this year in October and December!!
If you would like to receive their newsletter, contact Beth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From Terry and Joanie Wiley
Terry and Joanie are currently working from Three Hills, Alberta. Terry has not been able to travel as planned, but he is helping his local church leadership and continuing his studies. Joanie is missing helping at the Pregnancy Centre. She is having window visits with her parents who are in a seniors' residence.
Their prayer requests are as follows:
From 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:
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@example.com
For a full list of agencies in need, click on the following link: