Our faith celebrates the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ
John Knox is a place where anyone can experience and share the love of God, the peace of Christ, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit.
We are a faith community that values your thoughts and questions. Come as you are today and grow with us in faith and discipleship. We welcome all to the Lord’s table for Holy Communion, which is usually celebrated monthly.
We invite you to stay for fellowship after worship, where refreshments are served and friendships are made and nurtured.
Christian Education (during school year)
Sunday - 9:15 am
Worship - 10.30 am
Nursery care available for infants and toddlers
Church office hours - Monday-Wednesday 9-12 Pastor office hours - Tuesday & Wednesday 10-12
Opportunities to Serve
"Everybody can be great...because anybody can serve. You don't have to have a college degree to serve. You don't have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love."
Martin Luther King Jr.
Keizer Community Food Bank
Non food item focus in August - bathroom soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant & personal care items. Please remember the need for toilet paper is ongoing.
Stock shelves on Wednesday afternoons
Staff food bank on Monday evenings and/or Thursday mornings
Donate both food and nonfood items, cash, used plastic and paper grocery bags
Donations can be dropped off at the Church office M-W 9am-noon & Sunday 9am-noon
Congregations Helping People (CHP)
This local mission provides comprehensive care and support for their clients, connecting them with local resources appropriate for their needs and (using an old cliché) giving them a hand up instead of a handout. Your financial support is very important and very appreciated. See the CHP website www.chpsalem.org for volunteer opportunities or to donate funds.
Garden space for neighbors
Donations of fresh produce to Keizer Community Food Bank
Christmas Gifts and grocery certificates for HeadStart families
International Presbyterian Church (USA) mission efforts throughout the world
In July, Lane Oxley received a certificate of appreciation from the Keizer Community Food Bank for her time and expertise on the Food Bank Council as well as her “on-the-ground” time working in the Food Bank on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Paul and Nancy Morgan and Gertie Corpe were also recognized for their years of volunteering as they retire from active service. The need for volunteers continues.
Please call Jim Johnston, Keizer Community Food Bank, Operations Manager 503-931-7612 if you are interested in volunteering or for more information about the Keizer Community Food Bank.
John Knox Presbyterian Church, 452 Cummings Lane N, P O Box 20968, Keizer OR 97307