3 sessions for those seeking to understand, or support people with, various mental health conditions, led by Ian Stewart from Christian Guidelines Kairos Centre, Knock Presbyterian Church on 7th, 14th & 21st May from 7.30 - 9.30pm Contact Nicki Jemphrey - 07840...read more
Fun with Drums will be at the March Jamboree as well as games, craft, drama and music.read more
For one night only. Back by popular demand, we have dusted off Ian McClatchey, the guru of table quizzes. Bringing together the best and the brightest for a fun night and to raise some money for our Uganda Youth team and project. Come and test you general knowledge,...read more
If you are interested in hearing more about this years Uganda Youth Team we are keeping a blog about what we are doing and the first place to find out more about our preparation. Check it out and we look forward to sharing with you our journey before, during and...read more
Knock Presbyterian are running a 321 Course exploring the story of God, the world and you. So if you'd like to fin out more about Christianity and Faith in Jesus, then you'd be more than welcome. We're meeting in the Loft Coffee Shop in Kings Square, Belfast on 29th...read more
Songs from the Shows on Friday 18th January 2019 at 7.30pm in Knock Presbyterian Church
Modern and classic pop songs, singalongs will be performed by Belfast Operatic Company
A fundraiser for the Uganda Partnership and the Youth Team visiting Uganda this summer.
Suggested Minimum donation £10 per head.
A great night’s entertainment for all ages. Good craic to aid an excellent cause.
Christingle Jamboree – Saturday 8th December 2.30—4.30pm
Everybody Nativity – Sunday 16th December 10.30am
Community Carol Service – Sunday 16th December 6.30pm
Christmas Eve Service – Monday 24th December 8pm
Christmas Morning Service – Tuesday 25th December 10.30am
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To facilitate these works we need to be out of the main building during the period 22ndOctober to 30th November 2018. While it is hoped to keep it to a minimum, some disruption is inevitable, and we ask for your patience and co-operation.
This will cover the last Sunday in October and all those in November. Services will remain at the usual times of 9.45 am, 11.30 am and 6.30 pm in the Elliott Hall. Since we are limited for space, this will mean some rearrangement.
We recently announced some changes in the area of pastoral care within Knock. If you missed the announcement, you can click “read more” to watch a video version, and also look out for further information in the post. If you have any questions or concerns around these changes there will be two information sessions,read more
Women’s Ministry are doing something different next year. Click here read more to watch our video and find out more…read more