Sundays at 10:30am (9:30am during the summer)
Our Sunday worship service is designed to provide a rich, meaningful and joyful celebration of God’s love and his plan to reconcile us to himself. The services are a blend of traditional and contemporary Christian music, and include Bible teaching, responsive readings, prayers and confessions, plenty of singing, and a time for congregational prayer. Our pastor is Dr. Dan Rotach (photo left) whose bio appears here. Communion is held the first Sunday of every month. Dress comfortably; this is not a formal service.
Coffee and fellowship follow the Sunday worship service in the Gathering Space just next to the Sanctuary.
Sunday School at 9:15am
Before the Sunday morning worship, we offer at 9:15am-10:15am Sunday School for all ages: children, youth and adults. These take place from September through May. There are separate classes for children and youth ages preschool and up through high school. Alex Hovda oversees the class for youth, grades 8 through high school. Joy Klas oversees the program for children. For more information, contact the Knox office.
For adults, we offer in-depth classes and discussions on the Bible and related topics, often taught by energetic and thoughtful professors from local seminaries. The class meets Sunday mornings, 9:15-10:15am in Belden Hall. Among the topics studied in the last two years: How to Interpret the Bible, How the Bible Came to Be, overviews of the Old and New Testaments, Parables and How to Interpret Them, Psalms, etc.
For the latest class, check the front page of this website. Or, contact Linda Berg at the Knox office.