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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 Second Sunday after Epiphany

“Let Justice Roll Down Like Waters”
Dr. Bob Setzer, preaching

Amos 5:21-24
Acts 9:13-18
John 4:1-6

The prophet Amos emphatically rejects a faith based in worship alone (5:21-23). Instead, he insists that a living faith issues in personal “righteousness” and “justice” for all (5:24). What does such a faith look like and live like in our place and time?


Sunday, January 19, 2020
10:55 am

The Third Sunday after Epiphany

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, January 26, 2020
10:55 am

Fellowship Meal and Program

On Wednesday evenings, we gather from 5:30–6:15 p.m. to share a meal and the joys and concerns of our community. Then, from 6:15–7:00 p.m., through careful and varied programs, we delve into topics relevant to our faith, our times, our call to missions and service.

Let Justice Roll Down

A series featuring local judges and attorneys will help us explore current justice issues in Forsyth County, and how "the least of these" --children and youth, immigrants, and indigent defendants-- fare in the justice system.

Justice for Immigrants 

We welcome attorney Helen Parsonage and her expertise on immigration legal issues in Forsyth County. (Prior to the program, a brief church conference will be convened to vote on our 2020 Ministry Plan.) 



Wednesday, January 22, 2020
5:30 pm

Fellowship Meal and Program

On Wednesday evenings, we gather from 5:30–6:15 p.m. to share a meal and the joys and concerns of our community. Then, from 6:15–7:00 p.m., through careful and varied programs, we delve into topics relevant to our faith, our times, our call to missions and service.

Let Justice Roll Down

A series featuring local judges and attorneys will help us explore current justice issues in Forsyth County, and how "the least of these" --children and youth, immigrants, and indigent defendants-- fare in the justice system.

Justice for the Poor

Criminal Defense lawyers Artrese Ziglar, Andrew Keever, and Kelley Gondring will reflect on the challenges faced by the economically disadvantaged in the justice system.   



Wednesday, January 29, 2020
5:30 pm

Fellowship Meal and Program

On Wednesday evenings, we gather from 5:30–6:15 p.m. to share a meal and the joys and concerns of our community. Then, from 6:15–7:00 p.m., through careful and varied programs, we delve into topics relevant to our faith, our times, our call to missions and service.

Wednesday, February 5, 2020
5:30 pm

The Second Sunday after Epiphany

“Let Justice Roll Down Like Waters”
Dr. Bob Setzer, preaching

Amos 5:21-24
Acts 9:13-18
John 4:1-6

The prophet Amos emphatically rejects a faith based in worship alone (5:21-23). Instead, he insists that a living faith issues in personal “righteousness” and “justice” for all (5:24). What does such a faith look like and live like in our place and time?


Sunday, January 19, 2020
10:55 am

Fellowship Meal and Program

On Wednesday evenings, we gather from 5:30–6:15 p.m. to share a meal and the joys and concerns of our community. Then, from 6:15–7:00 p.m., through careful and varied programs, we delve into topics relevant to our faith, our times, our call to missions and service.

Let Justice Roll Down

A series featuring local judges and attorneys will help us explore current justice issues in Forsyth County, and how "the least of these" --children and youth, immigrants, and indigent defendants-- fare in the justice system.

Justice for Immigrants 

We welcome attorney Helen Parsonage and her expertise on immigration legal issues in Forsyth County. (Prior to the program, a brief church conference will be convened to vote on our 2020 Ministry Plan.) 



Wednesday, January 22, 2020
5:30 pm

Miracles & Mud 2

We are offering 3 classes designed to introduce a small group to the basics of making a clay pot on a potter’s wheel.  Drawing on the imagery of Jeremiah’s trip to the Potter’s House, we will describe the work of God crafting us as useful vessels, discussing themes of renewal, listening, and transformation.  The classes will combine play and prayer, dirty hands and open hearts.  No previous studio experience is needed but participants should attend all 3 sessions.  Everyone will begin to learn using the wheel, make some simple clay pieces, and fire their creations.


Thursdays Jan 16, 23, & 30; 6:30-8:30pm
Arts & Hearts studio, WCC
16 yrs and up
maximum of 8 participants
taught by Rodney Stilwell and others


Thursday, January 23, 2020
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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