WORSHIP WITH US
NORMAL LORD'S DAY WORSHIP AT KNOX
As of 19 March 2020 we were not able to hold public worship services due to the Coronavirus crisis,
(we livestreamed and Zoomed instead, but Sunday School resumed 29 November 2020 and our 10am service, also livestreamed, on 29 November. Our 5pm service can be accessed at https://www.facebook.com/CarrumDownsPCEA/
The Knox PCEA Bank details are: BSB 633000 Ac 128175635
Carrum Downs PCEA and All Nations PCEA receive financial support from Knox
Carrum Downs PCEA (Rev. Ian Hall) resumed public worship services at 10.30am and 3pm on 29 November and also live stream through Facebook Live. All Nations PCEA Mulgrave (Rev. Tut Wan Yoa) livestream a physical Nuer language service at 2.30pm to the All Nations Facebook page.
Narre Warren PCEA (Rev. Andres Miranda) is streaming through their YouTube channel
and has resumed physical services also.
9:30 AM Sunday School and Bible Class
10:00 AM Morning Service
5:00 PM Evening Service
Tuesday 10:00 AM Ladies' Prayer and Bible Study
Wednesday 7:45 PM Prayer and Bible Study
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
Knox Presbyterian is a congregation of the oldest Presbyterian and Reformed Church in Australia and began in 1987. However, our Melbourne history goes back to the earliest days, our denomination in Victoria being founded in 1846 by Melbourne's first official Christian minister, Rev James Forbes (1813-51).
Presbyterian comes from a Greek word 'presbuteros', meaning elder, for our church is cared for by elders - mature Christian men,of whom the minister is one, chosen by the congregation. Congregations are linked through meetings of elders at the regional and national level.
At the heart of our preaching: "God so loved the world that he gave his only Son that whoever believes in him should not perish but have everlasting life." - John 3:16
KNOW WHERE WE ARE
The church is 3 km south of Ringwood Railway Station, a major hub, and arrangements can be made to pick up visitors.
The Knox congregation meets at 358 Mountain Highway (corner of Thaxted Parade) Wantirna.