KNOX NEWS | April 18, 2024
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Happening This Sunday!
There will be a noon Mediterranean luncheon before the first show, and the doors will open for the second show at 3:30pm.

The monies raised will help get them to the summer Montreat Youth Conference this year. So grab your tickets before they're all gone!
The Welcome Hour on Sunday mornings is a wonderful opportunity for fellowship and friendship at Knox. The Deacons are asking our church groups to be hosts by serving donut holes and coffee between 10am and 11am along with hospitality. We will provide the donut holes!

For more information, or to sign up for a Sunday in April or May, click here.

Questions: Laura Gardner at
Wes Gimbert at
Based on a 2019 book of the same title, a book that was written by two investigative reporters, Jody Kantor and Megan Twohey, this film follows these New York Times reporters who exposed Harvey Weinstein. The film stars Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan as Twohey and Kantor, respectively, and chronicles the investigation that uncovered Weinstein's history of abuse and sexual misconduct against women.

Watch the movie on your own, and together we discuss it. Join us at the home of Jane and Bill Lichter on Wednesday, May 1 at 7pm.

For additional information, contact Tina at
Knox Presbyterian Church has a new Management Team scheduling volunteers for four (4) rotations of families seeking permanent shelter this year. As a hosting congregation, families will be spending their evenings and nights on the 3rd Floor of Knox Church in numerous ways. You can help by making meals, planning fun activities for children, supplying our pantry, or staying overnight. We also need help with set up and take down. Our first rotation will be Sunday, May 12th through Sunday, May 19th. All volunteer needs can be found here.
There are many opportunities to support our four families, so please seriously consider how you can help. Thank you in advance for your consideration. If you have any questions, please contact
Rev. Maggie Shreve at
CCM Chamber Choir at Knox
"The Tower and the Garden"
April 20
Joe Miller, music director and conductor 
Featuring faculty artist Kenneth Griffiths, piano 

The Chamber Choir welcomes CCM Professor of Collaborative Piano Kenneth Griffiths for Henk Badings evocative Trois Chanson Bretonnes. The choir also performs The Tower and the Garden by Gregory Spears, whose operas Castor and Patience and Fellow Travelers were workshopped during Opera Fusion: New Works, CCM’s collaboration with Cincinnati Opera. With texts by Thomas Merton, Denise Levertov and Keith Garebian, The Tower and the Garden is a setting of three poems for choir and string quartet. The texts juxtapose the dangers of technological hubris (the tower) and the need for a place of refuge (the garden) in a world threatened by war and ecological disaster. 

Estimated run time: 1 hour and 15 minutes 
Tickets can be purchased online at:
or call 513-556-4183.

April 23, 7:00-8:30
On Zoom
All are welcome!
Soul Friends is a group of spiritual companions connecting and growing through conversation and contemplation with scripture, art, writings, and our individual lives.

At our April 23, 7-8:30pm gathering, we continue with this year’s theme, “What do we make of Jesus?” In this season of Easter, what do we make of the Resurrection of Jesus the Christ? What do we make of Resurrection for and in our own lives? What is God up to with and for us?

If you desire a supportive space and companions for deepening your life with God, come – you are always welcome at Soul Friends.

Meeting ID: 871 6447 9784

Jana Reister,
April 23
Social Hall

All are welcome to join.
New Member Class
Sunday, April 28
Interested in exploring membership of Knox Church? Whether you are ready to join or still inquiring, we welcome you to our next New Member Class.

Visit for more details. Contact Jana Reister at, 513-321-2573 ext. 106 to RSVP and for more information.
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requested items from our mission partners
Cincinnati Palestine Solidarity Coalition
"Beyond Borders" teach-in event
Sunday, May 5th, 5-7pm
Knox Commons
Here is an opportunity to dive into the rich tapestry of Palestinian culture, gaining exposure to histories and perspectives you may not be familiar with.

The Cincinnati Palestine Solidarity Coalition's Beyond Borders teach-in event will educate community members on Palestine, including its history and continued liberation movement. The program will provide answers to commonly asked questions and address popular myths. Additionally, attendees will leave with take-aways to continue their education, deepen their empathy, and thoughtfully engage with Palestine's pursuit of freedom.

Sir Elton John invites you to 
Sing with the Knox Choir 
Sunday, May 12
All Knox members and friends of Knox are invited to join the Knox Choir for only three rehearsals and Sunday Traditional worship on May 12 to sing Franz Joseph Haydn’s Missa Brevis in G (St. Nicholas Mass). This charming work was Haydn’s most frequently presented mass in the late 18th century, and scores and orchestral parts are found in nearly every church throughout Austria.
Three required rehearsals with the Knox Choir: Two with piano in the Knox Choir Room: Thursday, April 25 and Thursday, May 2 – 7:30-8:40pm.
One with chamber orchestra in the sanctuary: Wednesday, May 8, 7:30-9pm.
Presentation: Sunday, May 12, 11am Traditional worship service
You may listen the Haydn’s Missa Brevis in G on the link at:
You would be provided music and would be seated next to one of the Knox Choir Section Leaders. Please contact Earl Rivers, Knox Director of Music, at if you have any questions and if you would like to participate.

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