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Welcome to Knox Presbyterian Church

Knox Presbyterian Church has been serving the community of Georgetown and surrounding area for more than 150 years. We have a lot to offer; Pastoral Care, Worship Services, Bible Studies, Choir, Youth Group Activities, Social Events, and more.

Please join us this coming Sunday - Everyone is Welcome.

"Inviting all to love God, nurture faith, and serve His People" 


Services at 11:00 am.  Try our Sunday Dial-in Service - Call 905-702-1629 just prior to the service start to be connected to our Sunday Service by telephone.

Prayers for Peter Barrow PDF Print E-mail
Written by Steve Boose   
Tuesday, 21 April 2015 10:49

Peter Barrow, former minister of Knox and Limehouse, is in need of prayer.  On Saturday, April 18th, Peter Barrowhe drove himself to the hospital here in Georgetown with pains in his chest - the eventual diagnosis was pneumonia, with pressure on the heart, and decreased kidney function.  It was decided to transfer him to Oakville Hospital, where he is currently in ICU under full sedation.  He is reacting well to the medication and treatment, however, and it is hoped that he will be out of the ICU by the end of the week.  

Please pray for Peter and his daughters as they consider his future needs.  More details will be printed here as they come available.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 April 2015 08:52
Community Unity Cleanup - Sat Apr 25


Community Unity will be doing their annual Spring Cleanup on Saturday, April 25th! Details are on the board in the Large Hall. Please consider coming as a worker, a driver, or even a “talker” as there is a place for everyone! Sign in, and we will see you there! 

Knox Bells Ring Out Sunday Morning

Knox Bells on Sunday morning.  Click the photo to play the video.


CAShh Fundraiser Fabulous Success!

Knox Presbyterian Church, Georgetown, recently held an Irish Lunch as a fund raiser to support our local Cancer Assist Services group.  Presenting their cheque are Rev. Steve Boose, Naomi Brennan, Bert Hutchinson and CAShh representative Heidi Deaville. 



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