I’m new

So you’re new to Knox, here are some frequently asked questions – answered!

When are Services held?

We offer a Traditional Service at 9:00am and a Contemporary Services at 10:30am.

What do I wear?

Whatever makes you comfortable. Come as you are.

I am in a wheelchair can I get into the church?

Yes, Knox Church has ramp access which makes access easy.

Is there parking available at the church?

Yes. At Knox we have a big car park and if that is full there is street parking available close to the church that is not metered.

I’m a new mother. Can I bring my baby into the service?

Of course you can. Children of all ages are warmly welcomed.

I have children aged between 3 and 14, what programmes do you have for them?

We have a variety of children and young adult programmes that suit all ages. Check out our Children and Youth ministry pages for more information.

Do your children’s programmes continue during school holidays?

No, our ministry teams take a break during school holidays. This is a great opportunity for you and your family to worship together in the church services.

Can I leave my children on their own in Knox Kids?

If they are under two years old, a parent or caregiver is required to stay with the children. They can be left on their own after they reach two if you want to go into the service, however you must remain on church property in case they need you.

I’m interested in serving, who do I talk to?

Ring the church office and have a chat with one of our friendly staff. They will put you in touch with the right person to help you out.

Do you have different methods for tithing?

Yes, we have a number of options available to you. You can give cash in the collection plates, or you can use our envelope system where you get a number assigned to you. A tax receipt is then issued to your number at the end of the financial year for tax purposes. You can also make contributions though automatic payments directly into our account. Like the envelope system you will also get a tax receipt for a tax rebate.