Exercising faith in body, mind, and spirit

Wellness is vital to our lives, both physically and spiritually. Our bodies were designed by Divine hands to be active. For these reasons, we believe that promoting activity and play is a vibrant part of our ministry together at Knollwood.

When our Wellness and Community Center was completed in 2017, we began searching for ways to fill it with life and the joy of recreation. Our wellness offerings stretch from the calmness of yoga to the cacophony of children freely playing, so that everyone can find a place to explore the intersection of their physical and spiritual wellness.
Since its opening, the WCC has truly become a community center. From events for refugee families, to open time periods for neighbors to use the walking track or play pickleball, to classes in drawing and pottery, the building is in constant use in ways that connect Knollwood to its home city.
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Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit within you ... For you were bought with a price; therefore glorify God in your body.

–1 Corinthians 6:19–20

Wellness Resources for ReGathering

Staying active is a key part of spiritual wellness. As we navigate our ReGathering this summer, we invite you to engage in wellness activities with our congregation both on the KBC campus and at home.

WCC Play Reservations

In the fall of 2022, we are excited to welcome our KBC community to reserve play times in the WCC.

Fall 2022 Walking Track

We are excited to continue welcoming our community onto the WCC Walking Track.

Workout at Home

Gym time can be sacred time and exercise can be holy space. If you're having trouble finding those things while at home, KBC's own Whitney Preslar has you covered.

Gentle Yoga at Home

Yoga can be difficult for those with mobility challenges; this session aims to alleviate that difficulty We are happy to have one of our KBC own, Gayle Anderson, providing resources to our folks so that we might participate in the comfort and safety of our homes.

Community Pickleball

Pickleball is one of the fastest-growing accessible sports in the U.S., with playing communities popping up everywhere, including here at KBC. Seasoned vets and newcomers to the game are welcome to play on our indoor courts twice a week.


Rev. Josh Godwin
Minister of Youth, Recreation and Digital Media
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Frequently Asked Questions about using the WCC

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