Here are the beautiful models and organizers of the "fashion" portion of this grand event showing a few of the sensational outfits that were shared at the Saturday afternoon tea. By all accounts it was a sensational afternoon. Even the gentlemen servers raved about what a good time was had by all!
Check out our resident poet, Elaine Martin's reflection on the event: St. Andrew's Tea
Here's Landon, he and his family joined Knox, Milton through the sacrament of baptism and profession of faith Sunday, January 18, 2015. This made Landon the first infant baptized in 2015! If you were with us celebrating that Sunday you’ll realize he didn’t need to win any prizes or desire any recognition beyond feeling safe and welcomed in the sanctuary. The sanctuary is a place where Landon, his family and new friends experienced a wonderful blessing. The sacrament of baptism, is the beginning of a journey of faith which that morning started with much joy, much hope, and anticipation. We pray for Kim, Bryce and Landon in this wonder of God’s gift called, “family.”
We gather for worship at 10:30 each Sunday and provide a full family oriented service including a nursery for infants. We are a community church that embraces multi-generational worship engaging people in a multi-media experience of learning based on biblical teaching, witness, and involvement. We describe our "worship style" as blended meaning we provide elements for all ages, learning styles, and abilities. Worship is followed by a time of fellowship, refreshment and sharing. Faith development and spiritual foundations are formed through the Small Group Ministry established at Knox. In these groups relationships are further developed and the biblical model of discipleship is practiced.
The Lord has blessed us throughout our history; come let us give thanks!
This year marks the 160th anniversary of Knox Presbyterian Church, Milton! We are planning a number of special events throughout the year to mark this blessing; particularly in the fall when we normally celebrate Anniversary Sunday in October. A very brief synopsis of Knox’ founding story is found on our web page under the history tab providing some interesting background.
Stay tuned throughout the coming months to view upcoming opportunities to join in the thanksgiving celebrations for the ongoing story of the Good News on Main Street. “Proud of our Past—Faith in our Future,” we at Knox continue to serve Christ and community from our prime location in downtown Milton.
Mrs. Stevens the Sunday School teacher explains in "I've Got Mail," "Emmanuel means that God is with us right now, right here! Even though we only celebrate Jesus' birthday once a year, God is with us every day, no matter where we are, what we're doing or what time of year it is."
Thank you to everyone involved in this year's presentation of the Sunday School Pageant. It was awesome and memorable for the children and those in the congregation. To review some of the wonder check out the photo section of our web page!
After serving to keep us warm and dry for 120 years the slate shingles from the historic roof of our sanctuary have now been transformed by the vision of some of our artists into amazing keepsakes of the faith. Below is a sample of the ongoing witness being shared with these beautifully weathered and restored pieces of slate. You can purchase a blank slate for your own artistic creation or enjoy the gift of a finished piece of art. Blanks $10.00 Finished $20.00.