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At Knollwood, we have multiple opportunities every week for worship, Bible study, spiritual development, fellowship, and recreation, designed for those of every age. Take a look at what’s happening soon and plan to join us.

Coming up at Knollwood

The Fourth Sunday in Lent

Requiem for the Living

Join us for worship on Sunday, March 31, and hear this sacred work as part of your Lenten experience. Contemporary composer Dan Forrest varies the traditional Requiem mass for the deceased by creating a narrative for those left behind struggling with grief. This five-movement composition will be the centerpiece of morning worship, presented by the Chancel Choir and chamber orchestra, and conducted by Bryon Grohman.

Sunday, March 31, 2019
10:55 am

The Fifth Sunday in Lent

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.
Sunday, April 7, 2019
10:55 am

Taizé worship

As a shared Lenten practice, experience meditative worship in the style of Taizé. During our Wednesday evening program on March 27, we will share a contemplative time of song, prayer, scripture, and silence. With Rebecca Husband Maynard. 6:15-7:00 p.m. in the fellowship hall, Knollwood Building B. Children's activities run concurrently.

Wednesday, March 27, 2019
5:30 pm

The Cross: Ways of Seeing

A Lenten study of the cross of Jesus, perceived from different perspectives. In the fellowship hall, Knollwood Building B.

Wednesday, April 3, 2019
5:30 pm

The Cross: Ways of Seeing

A Lenten study of the cross of Jesus, perceived from different perspectives. In the fellowship hall, Knollwood Building B.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019
5:30 pm

Requiem for the Living

Join us for worship on Sunday, March 31, and hear this sacred work as part of your Lenten experience. Contemporary composer Dan Forrest varies the traditional Requiem mass for the deceased by creating a narrative for those left behind struggling with grief. This five-movement composition will be the centerpiece of morning worship, presented by the Chancel Choir and chamber orchestra, and conducted by Bryon Grohman.

Sunday, March 31, 2019
10:55 am

Faith in the City: Deepening Community Conversations

"The Struggle for Equity in Education" is our focus in these monthly presentations and conversations. Our April topic is restorative practices in the classroom, looking at alternatives to discipline measures that unfairly target students of color. With Valerie Glass of Triad Restorative Justice. We gather noon–1 PM, first Tuesdays, October–May. All are welcome. In the Dining Room, Knollwood Building B. Bring a brown bag lunch if you wish. For more information, contact Diane Lipsett.

Tuesday, April 2, 2019
12:00 pm

Ukrainian Egg Workshop

Easter celebrates new life. With the advent of Christianity, the egg became a symbol of rebirth. We will explore the ancient art of “writing” eggs using a wax-resist (batik) method.

Thursday, April 4, 2019
6:30 pm

Weekly schedule

SUNDAY MORNINGS

9:15
Knollchat refreshments and conversation
Knollwood Dining Room
9:45
Sunday school
10:55
Sunday worship
Knollwood Sanctuary

WEDNESDAY NIGHTS

September–May
5:15–7:00
Children’s choirs and activities
5:30
Meal served
Dining Room / Fellowship Hall
6:15–7:00
Evening program for adults
Dining Room / Fellowship Hall
WNSD for youth
Noffsinger Youth Building

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