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  • Plain Fare Lunch - Feb 14
    Music Limehouse Sermons History Bites Contact Us Main Menu Home Bulletin Knox News Sermons Bible Studies Contact Us News Feed Links History Bites Good News Letter Presbyterian World Service and Development Administrator News Plain Fare Lunch Feb 14 Loading feeds Created by SopanTech Solutions Plain Fare Lunch Feb 14 The Congregation is invited to the lower hall for the Annual Plain Fare Lunch after Worship Service We will be serving

    Original URL path: http://www.knoxgeorgetown.ca/dev/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=753:plain-fare-lunch-feb-14&catid=1:latest-news&Itemid=18 (2016-02-13)
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  • CCF Sponsor Children - Toonie Jar
    Bites Contact Us Main Menu Home Bulletin Knox News Sermons Bible Studies Contact Us News Feed Links History Bites Good News Letter Presbyterian World Service and Development Administrator News CCF Sponsor Children Toonie Jar Loading feeds Created by SopanTech Solutions CCF Sponsor Children Toonie Jar Written by Administrator Friday 29 January 2016 17 33 Knox is still sponsoring two children through the Christian Children s Fund A Toonie Jar has

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  • The Weekly Bulletin
    Jan 10 2016 Jan 3 2016 Archives Dec 24 2015 Dec 20 2015 Dec 13 2015 Dec 6 2015 Nov 29 2015 Nov 22 2015 Nov 15 2015 Nov 8 2015 Nov 1 2015 Oct 18 2015 Oct 11 2015 Oct 4 2015 Sept 27 2015 Sept 20 2015 Sept 13 2015 Sept 6 2015 Aug 30 2015 Aug 23 2015 Aug 16 2015 Aug 9 2015 Aug 2 2015

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  • Knox Bible Studies
    Links History Bites Good News Letter Presbyterian World Service and Development Administrator Bible Studies Loading feeds Created by SopanTech Solutions Knox Bible Studies Here s your chance to make a renewed commitment to study the Word of God with fellow believers in a non threatening supportive environment Our motto There is no such thing as a wrong answer Evening Bible Study Monday 7 15 pm in the Parlour Note the

    Original URL path: http://www.knoxgeorgetown.ca/dev/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=57:bible-studies&catid=34:the-church&Itemid=61 (2016-02-13)
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  • Limehouse Church
    by almost thirty years On July 5 1832 two acres of land were deeded to the Calvinistic Presbyterian Church to be used as a burying ground and site for the Second Presbyterian Church of Esquesing It was not until October of 1861 that the actual building of the Church was completed and opened with great rejoicing because Limehouse Union Church was opened debt free The original wood framed building still

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  • Choir and Music
    provided News Bulletin Bible Studies Choir Music Limehouse Sermons History Bites Contact Us Main Menu Home Bulletin Knox News Sermons Bible Studies Contact Us News Feed Links History Bites Good News Letter Presbyterian World Service and Development Administrator Choir Music

    Original URL path: http://www.knoxgeorgetown.ca/dev/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=58:choir-and-music&catid=34:the-church&Itemid=62 (2016-02-13)
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  • Knox Celebrates 150 Years of Service
    150 years We have none of our original records so this indeed is another treasured piece to add to our history The second gift was a beautiful brass advent candle holder which will be a lovely replacement for the one we have been using for a great many years Both gifts were so very much appreciated and we thank the Limehouse congregation The evening prior our gala celebration had been held at the Club at North Halton where the full crowd enjoyed an evening of social time over a great dinner and light entertainment We were pleased to be joined by several dignitaries who were piped into the hall by piper Jane Cartwright at the opening of the evening and welcomed by Rev Dr Cooper Joining with us were The Honourable Michael Chong our Member of Federal Parliament Mr Ted Arnott our member of Provincial Parliament and his wife Lisa and His Worship the Mayor Rick Bonnette and his wife Josie We were pleased that former interim minister Rev Robert Spencer and his wife Maureen and Rev Gerald Rennie also an interim minister for a time were also in attendance Unfortunately Rev Peter Barrow had a previous commitment and was unable to attend William Karn Clerk of Session for the Limehouse church and his wife Betty Anne were also dinner guests All were welcomed by present Knox minister Rev Dr James Cooper who gave a toast to the Queen and a toast to the pioneers of Knox before giving a grace and dinner began The hall was beautifully set with pots of yellow mums encased in royal blue as table centres and table programmes allowed the guests to know just what was tohappen and when The setting overlooking the golfcourse itself on a warm sunny day helped so very muchto add to the great social atmosphere The buffet dinner served by the club was enjoyed by everyone second and third helpings being not unseen In his kilt David Cairns did just a fine job as master of ceremonies and he brought just the right combination of lightness and seriousness to the evening Following the dinner he introduced the guests and presentations were made and best wishes given by the dignitaries accepted by Rev Dr Cooper on behalf of the congregation MP Michael Chong brought along wishes from both he and the Prime Minister MPP Ted Arnott brought along wishes from he and the Ontario Premier and our own local Mayor Rick Bonnette brought along his wishes and those of our town Rev Dr Richard Fee also attended the evening dinner He had returned the day prior from a conference in India and as a result of his meeting there brought along personal best wishes from not only the Canadian National Presbyterian Church but also from the National Church in Scotland and even the Archbishop of Canterbury We were enjoyably entertained by our own Eric Walton with his guitar who sang several well known selections including new words to the turn

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  • Syrian Refugee Update : G-FORCe and PWS&D
    a carpenter specializing in kitchen design builds and their sons aged 5 10 and 12 As Christians their lives are in great peril from both ISIL and the Syrian government Soon we will post a Wish List of household goods this family will need G FORCe is also looking for affordable rental accommodations and continues to welcome your generous gifts Let s count our blessings and bless this family with our support God has blessed us in so many ways within the last two weeks says GFORCe Chair Dennis McLay of Knox Church We have a needy and deserving family the financial resources to bring them here a free short term house free storage space already jammed with furnishings employment offers and free health care services We live in a great town with three very supportive churches Our church has already raised 5 500 00 of the 10 000 we promised although much more will be needed GFORCe still needs a 3 bedroom rental housing beginning April 1 Can you suggest a place The only household goods still wanted are rugs a vacuum flat screen TV and computer equipment Please contact This e mail address is being protected from spambots

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