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  • Knox Presbyterian Church - Vankleek Hill - Church on the Hill
    31 Luke 4 14 21 Get Directions Prayer Chain Praying with you If you or someone you know could use some prayer email prayerchain knoxvkh ca with your prayer requests The Andy Gump Foundation Read more about one of our favourite foundations www andygumpfoundation com Words of Wisdom Humility s a slippery prize That seldom can be won We re only humble in God s eyes When serving like His Son Gustafson Find what you re looking for Search for Whats new Nursery Volunteers Needed On October 24 2012 in News Youth Greeters Needed On October 24 2012 in News Sunday School On October 24 2012 in News Youth In the next few days 13 Feb CIA Valentine crafts for seniors Time 02 00pm Place Knox Church 14 Feb Sunday Worship Showing Love by Washing Feet Time 11 00am Place Knox Church 16 Feb Board of Managers Time 07 15pm Place Knox Church Hardy Hall Close Need Driving Directions Click here Mission Statement To share our love for Christ as Lord and Saviour through our words and actions We will accomplish this by preaching the Word of God sharing the unconditional love and forgiveness of God teaching Christian values reaching

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  • CIA - Valentine crafts for seniors - Knox Presbyterian Church - Vankleek Hill
    Group Meeting from 2 00pm 4 00pm Speak to Nathalie for details 613 674 1962 danatbercier gmail com Search for Recent Comments Archives October 2012 Categories Ladies Aid News Youth Close Need Driving Directions Click here Mission Statement To share our love for Christ as Lord and Saviour through our words and actions We will accomplish this by preaching the Word of God sharing the unconditional love and forgiveness of

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  • About - Knox Presbyterian Church - Vankleek Hill
    course if my paternal grand mother had had her way I would have been Baptist My family and I moved to Vankleek Hill from Port Dover Ontario in July 2007 when my spouse The Rev Julia Apps Douglas yes that s right she is clergy too was called to serve as Minister of Word and Sacrament at St Columba Kirkhill and Kenyon Dunvegan Presbyterian Churches I was called to pastor the pastoral charge of Knox Presbyterian Church Vankleek Hill and St Paul s Presbyterian Church Hawkesbury I am a graduate of the University of Guelph BA English Literature Yay Gryphons I earned my Bachelor of Theology BTh at McGill University Montreal Go Redmen and my Master of Divinity MDiv at the Presbyterian College Montreal Having spent seven years in Montreal at Seminary Presbyterian College and my first pastoral charge St Laurent Presbyterian Church it s great to be closer to friends in Montreal and Ottawa Julia and I have three adult children Nathanael Robyn and Colin And two chocolate standard bred poodles Sophia Coco Chanel We enjoy camping and volunteering at Gracefield Christian Camp Conference Centre This area is rich in history and well blessed with people who enjoy sharing their musical gifts I am so pleased to be serving with the people of Knox Presbyterian Church as we do our best to honour God s call to be salt and light in the world So check us out via this website or face to face Sunday morning we get together to worship at 11AM See you soon Rev James Search for Recent Comments Archives October 2012 Categories Ladies Aid News Youth Close Need Driving Directions Click here Mission Statement To share our love for Christ as Lord and Saviour through our words and actions We will accomplish this by

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  • Sunday School - Knox Presbyterian Church - Vankleek Hill
    year Our Fall curriculum TruthLab Investigations by Gospel Light is a follow up program to our SonSpark Labs Vacation Bible school theme helping our children discover what the Bible teaches us about being part of God s family Through the Bible stories the children will gain an understanding of how Jesus life and the lives of those he changed illustrate these discoveries Rally Sunday is September 13 th On that Sunday we invite the children to bring their school bags to Church for a school bag BLESSING Plan to stay for a celebration lunch following Worship We are grateful for a group of wonderful and dedicated teachers Brenda Godmere Joann Laberge Sarah MacTavish Carol Carmichael Karin Mode Nathalie Bercier and Robin McRae We are thankful to have Lisa Broad helping to watch over our littlest ones For information regarding Sunday school please speak with Karin Mode 613 678 3404 or themodes xplornet com Close Need Driving Directions Click here Mission Statement To share our love for Christ as Lord and Saviour through our words and actions We will accomplish this by preaching the Word of God sharing the unconditional love and forgiveness of God teaching Christian values reaching out to

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  • Groups - Knox Presbyterian Church - Vankleek Hill
    Christmas Pageant 2012 Vacation Bible School 2012 Videos Sermons 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 Contact Us Groups Get Directions Kirk Session To maintain the spiritual needs of the congregation Board of Managers To look after the physical maintenance of the church Ladies Aid Fund raising and fellowship Bell Choir To lead the congregation in worship and praise Sunday School To teach children what the Bible is all about Bible Study To study God s Word C I A Christians in Action To provide support and leadership to the Focus on Youth program Mission Outreach Worship Service at Heritage Lodge Vankleek Hill Moms Tots Fellowship for young mothers and children Search for Recent Comments Archives October 2012 Categories Ladies Aid News Youth Close Need Driving Directions Click here Mission Statement To share our love for Christ as Lord and Saviour through our words and actions We will accomplish this by preaching the Word of God sharing the unconditional love and forgiveness of God teaching Christian values reaching out to everyone in the community engaging and promoting the faith and accepting our responsibility as Christians Children s Worship Children are an important part of our community of faith Each Sunday morning the

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  • C. I. A. - Knox Presbyterian Church - Vankleek Hill
    pm Oct 11 Autumn Craft 7 9 Oct 25 Hallelujah Party 7 9 Nov 8 Game night 7 9 pm Nov 22 Cruise Ship Formal Dinner 6 9 pm Dec 6 Walk Through Bethlehem 5 9 pm Be at Knox for 4 pm ALL WELCOME Dec 14 Chili fund raiser after worship Dec 20 Baking Christmas cookies 7 9 pm Contact Rev James Douglas 613 678 2464 pastorjames knox ca Share Gods Love and Bring A Friend Sept 13 Rally night 7 9pm Sept 27 Corn Maze 1 4 pm Oct 11 Autumn Craft 7 9 Oct 25 Hallelujah Party 7 9 Nov 8 Game night 7 9 pm Nov 22 Cruise Ship Formal Dinner 6 9 pm Dec 6 Walk Through Bethlehem 5 9 pm Be at Knox for 4 pm ALL WELCOME Dec 14 Chili fund raiser after worship Dec 20 7 9 pm Baking Christmas cookies Contact Rev James Douglas 613 678 2464 pastor james knox ca Close Need Driving Directions Click here Mission Statement To share our love for Christ as Lord and Saviour through our words and actions We will accomplish this by preaching the Word of God sharing the unconditional love and forgiveness of

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  • Ladies' Aid - Knox Presbyterian Church - Vankleek Hill
    on the second Monday of these months at 10 am in the morning All ladies of the congregation are invited to attend The meetings consist of a time of fellowship with refreshments being provided Also there is a time of devotion and then business is conducted We are extremely active offering funeral and other luncheons or preparing treats for events at church We are planning a Fall luncheon and Bazaar to be held on Saturday October 17th from 11 00 2 00 p m On Saturday November 7th 2015 there will be a lunch of soup sandwiches dessert coffee and tea This lunch is being held during the Christmas House Tour The Ladies Aid also helps with paying for different projects and improvements to the church building as well as helping pay for ministry costs Please contact Karin Mode at 613 678 3404 co president or Barb Rutherford at 613 632 9255 secretary for more information Search for Recent Comments Archives October 2012 Categories Ladies Aid News Youth Close Need Driving Directions Click here Mission Statement To share our love for Christ as Lord and Saviour through our words and actions We will accomplish this by preaching the Word of

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  • History - Knox Presbyterian Church - Vankleek Hill
    made at the Kirk Session on March 24 1896 that the building committee secure a site for the new Church The building committee consisted of Malcolm McCuaig Martin Sylvester William H McKenzie John Hunter Alex H McInnes F McKillican Alex McCaskill James Barr Thomas Tweed A N Cheney and J S McIntosh The membership of the congregation at the time was 404 The site chosen for the new church was close to the site of the original stone church and burial ground It took an act of Provincial Parliament a Private Members Bill to allow the cemetery to be moved to what is now McLaughlin Cemetery and the church built It was not until May 24 1900 that the corner stone was laid This was an event of historic importance in the town and in the church People came from Ottawa and Montreal as well as the surrounding area The ceremony was fully reported in the Eastern Ontario Review and makes fascinating reading It was a stone church with seating for 600 people and a basement in which the Sunday School could be accommodated It measured 75 X 60 had a 16 square tower and cost 20 000 to build At the time of laying the corner stone 17 000 had been subscribed The work continued well until the 20th September That morning the Rev John MacLeod climbed to the top of the scaffold to inspect the work and the wall collapsed He and two of the builders were killed Work continued and the new church was dedicated June 16 1901 with the Rev Principal Grant of Kingston being the guest preacher On its 170th anniversary in 1995 Knox Church was presented with the trowel used by the Rev A B Mackay of Montreal in the laying of the cornerstone the gift of Mary Harvey of Brampton Ontario his great grand daughter For the first 76 years of its life the church in Vankleek Hill was known as Vankleek Hill Presbyterian Church but on May 7 1901 the congregation received permission from the Presbytery to change the name to Knox Church The work of the congregation was spread to missions in the outlying areas For many years there were mission stations at the Ridge where a church was opened and at Caledonia Flats Summer students were employed to look after these areas with morning worship and Sunday School There was also co operation in missions with the local Methodist congregation In 1910 there was a Joint Committee on Evangelism with the meetings being held in Knox Church for 10 days How successful this campaign was is hard to tell but after another co operative evangelistic campaign in 1914 conducted by Ritchie Bell a student for the ministry at that time there is a report of 61 people becoming members of Knox Church In 1917 the congregation suffered a major catastrophe the church burned to the ground The congregation was homeless but not for long The Methodists and the Baptists rallied

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