Important Information About Knox and OUR Response to COVID-19

Dear Knox Family

Knox leaders met earlier this month and decided that for the near to intermediate term we would err on the side of caution in keeping our facility restricted from group gatherings including Sunday Worship. We continue with weekly Online Sunday Worship opportunities via Zoom and Facebook and some Small Group Bible Studies continue online via Zoom. 

 We have already defined many of the physical arrangements that would be necessary in a phased reopening, but we are also cognizant of the complexity of operating the church with many restrictions still in place. For instance, at present, church schools cannot be reopened, there can be no singing, maintaining social distancing in a limited access old building (access to washrooms, etc.) is problematic, and the numerous other aspects of being present in the church remain under restriction.

 And so, Knox leaders continue to monitor the response to COVID-19 by the Province, the Region and our town and are weighing any developments relative to our own church facility and congregation. We will communicate as new information emerges. 

In the meantime, we want to hear from you. You can send us an e-mail to knoxconnnects@knoxmilton.com

For confidential pastoral matters, send email to knoxcares@knoxmilton.com, or use our general inquiry e-mail knox@knoxmilton.com. And you can call us at (905) 878-6066. You may need to leave a message as the phone is only staffed Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. But we will respond to all messages.

While we have all have been affected by the coronavirus, all Knox family have remained free of infections, so far as we know, and for this we celebrate and give thanks to the Lord. All of us look forward to the day when we will be able to once again move about freely knowing that if contacted by such a virus there is a vaccine or other medical response to manage the extent of the illness.

Blessings all, giving thanks always for the life we have in Jesus.

Knox Session and F&M