John Knox Presbyterian Church (USA) 452 Cummings Lane N PO Box 20968 Keizer, OR 97307 503-393-0404
Rev. Dr. John Neal, Pastor
We invite you to worship with us Sundays at 10:30 am.
Sunday School for children ages 4 through 8th grade is at 9:15 am during the school year, and adult education begins at 9:15 am.
We look forward to seeing you!
Our pastor, The Reverend Dr. John Neal.
Summer is coming to an end. Oh I know that there still will be some hot days; but Summer is almost over for all the school children and even our gardens are looking more like harvest time. I hope that you were among those who enjoyed John Knox’s annual neighborhood barbecue! It was a fun time of good food, good music and great fellowship, and it was a time when many hands made light work. If you missed out then be sure and be there next year.
Many of us took vacations and study times over the Summer and now we once again proclaim with Dorothy in Oz that: “That there’s no place like home.” If you have been on “Summer vacation from Sunday Worship” we hope you will once again be joining us on Sundays mornings at 10:30 for weekly worship.
When natural disasters strike and we feel deep concern for those who are suffering, it is good to know that the Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) responds quickly to help those in need. If you wish to contribute to help those in Texas who are suffering just make out your check to the Church and put “PDA- Texas relief” on the memo line. Don’t forget that your prayers are essential!
Looking forward to seeing you soon.
In the love of Christ,
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have wrought devastation in the Gulf region, Florida, Puerto Rico, and the Carribean Islands. The need is great and the Presbyterian Disaster Assistance program is mobilizing to help.
Love and support your neighbors by standing in the G. A. P.
Checks can be made out to John Knox Presbyterian Church with the designation PDA Atlantic Regional Hurricanes, DR 000194, or PDA Harvey DR000169 and posted to P O Box 20968, Keizer, OR 97307
God of help and hope, in the challenging days, months and years to come, work through us to bring relief and respite from urgent need, comfort and the hope of peace for those who grieve the loss of family, home and safety, and faith to walk on through weary days of rebuilding. May we be steadfast in love, stronger than death, and thus, with those whose lives we seek to sustain, together bear witness to your redeeming love. Amen.
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that."