We are a distinctive congregation of believers with a tradition of being welcoming and nurturing. A spiritual home for those of any age, we are open to all persons, whatever their race, gender, socioeconomic status, special needs, or sexual orientation.
We embody our faith in an integrated way as we seek to grow in body, mind, and spirit.
Above all, we are pilgrims in the way of Jesus.
At 6:00 PM, join Dr. Bob for a time of prayer on the Knollwood Facebook Page. At 7:00, via Zoom, we delve into topics relevant to our faith, our times, and our call to missions and service.
Sunday morning is when we seek God’s presence through authentic, thoughtful worship. Woven together with scripture texts often drawn from the Revised Common Lectionary, our worship moves through prayer, creative liturgies, music, and messages to remind us that we are beloved children of God.
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Reflections on the Big Things: Considering Things that Matter
In his book, Trans-Forming Proclamation: A Transgender Theology of Daring Existence, Liam Hooper proposes that every person, alongside all of Creation, matters because every person is matter: Divine-Particle-consisting matter of creation, of the cosmos itself, of all that is, was, or ever will be. Given this, our acceptance or exclusion of transgender, non-binary, intersex, and gender non-conforming persons matters greatly.
In this two-part program, Liam invites us into conversation about the core questions in the matter of welcoming, or not, gender-transcendent persons. What does it mean to be a person? What is identity? What, really, defines sex, gender, sexuality? What do these embodied experiences and expressions have to do with being a person? And, especially, how has religion complicated, if not harmed, gender-transcendent spirits, and how might religion help us reframe our understanding for the sake of reconciliation and repair?
Join us for a meal and program on Wednesday nights. As weather permits, we will offer outside seating in the Courtyard from 5:00 - 6:00 PM. Bring your own take-out or picnic dinner and enjoy a shared meal, including drinks and desserts provided by KBC, before heading inside to the Fellowship Hall at 6:00 for announcements and prayer, followed by a faith formation program. Masks required inside. In the case of inclement weather, dinner for adults will be canceled. Please see our youth and children's ministry pages for information about concurrent programming for these ages.
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