Knox Presbyterian Church - Milton, ON


170 Main St. E.  (905) 878-6066
Email:  knox@knoxmilton.com


Worship:  10:30 Sunday Morning Full Sunday School and Nursery Provided.

Knox, what's it all about?

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.

Congregational Meeting Sunday

Lunch, Thanksgiving & a Little Business...


We promise it will be a celebration of 2016, a thanksgiving for the blessing God has bestowed upon his church!  Come share in the meal prepared and enjoy the fellowship of your community.  The meeting will take place as we break bread together.



Organ Concert and Dedication Service

Two Wonderful Events 

In morning worship we will dedicate the installation of our new electronic organ and offer thanks to the McLean Family for the donation that made it possible.  Then in the afternoon we will showcase the instrument as our guest, Ian Sadler, a wonderful and accomplished organist will put the organ through its paces!  



Come join us for a wonderful afternoon of fantastic music, fellowship and sharing in the joy of this installation.

Milton's Walk of Fame 

Among the new inductees in 2017 are two from Knox Milton

February 19, 2017 marks the date when two people whose formative years were spent growing up at Knox Presbyterian Church will be inducted into the Walk of Fame here in Milton.  Contemporaries:  Kirk Brush and Karen Horst (nee Trimble) went on to have impactful careers in their fields that are being honoured in this special recognition.

Kirk Brush (1953 – 1995), World Champion Highland Dancer

Kirk Brush, who was born and raised in rural Milton, received his primary and secondary education locally and completed his post-secondary education at the University of Guelph.

Mr. Brush was the first foreign male highland dancer of any age to win numerous championships in Scotland, most notably at the Braemar Games, Cowal Games, Edinburgh Games and the Bute Highland Games between 1964 and 1970, participating in world youth championships between the ages of 8 and 17. 

Often competing against much older Scottish competitors and others from other countries, Mr. Brush won numerous national and international championships over his career.

Kirk Brush died tragically in a motor vehicle accident in 1995.

Karen Horst (1954 - ), National Religious Leader

Karen Horst, was born, raised and received her primary and secondary education in Milton. She is the former Moderator of the 141st General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Canada.

Over her career as an ordained Presbyterian Minister, she has served on numerous national committees. She was convener of the Presbyterian World Service & Development committee for six years. She has led monitoring and exposure trips to visit partner organizations around the world. Karen has served the Life and Mission Agency committee, the International Affairs committee, and the Committee on Education and Reception within the P.C.C.

Karen Horst was on design teams for Triennium, a youth event of the Presbyterian Church (USA), and has written curricula, study guides and courses for many groups and events in the Presbyterian Church in Canada and for ecumenical use.  She began her ministry career as a diaconal minister and regional consultant.

Let's do it Again!

Knox is gathering its 2017 team as KNOX WALKS...

Once again we have the opportunity to participate in CNOY the Coldest Night of the Year as walkers of all ages sizes and backgrounds join in the fundraising drive to assist Milton Transitional Housing in supporting our neighbour in need.  If you want to join the parade of walkers our team captain is Cheryl Hayles, if you want to be a passive supporter through sponsorship you can sign up for one of our team members or support the whole team:  Knox Rocks.  Whatever your method, realize you are offering the same help that Jesus commended when he said, "when I was thirsty you gave me a drink... when I was hungry you fed me..."



For more information check the link:  CNOY

Interesting Clips From Services

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