This Sunday those able to do so are invited to gather for worship at 10 am in the Knox church building. The service will include aspects of our online worship and over succeeding weeks will gradually evolve.

An abbreviated online service including prayer, reading and reflection will also be available from 10am on Sunday on the Knox Church YouTube channel –

Our plan is to live-stream our services as soon as we are able to acquire suitable equipment.

First Sunday of Lent – 21 February ‘Walk together for the journey is long’
Full order of service
Sermon PDF

Previous services and sermons

Transfiguration Sunday – 14 February  ‘The wild mountain God’
Full order of service
sermon PDF

Follow these links to older servicessermons  and children’s & families/Tamariki time page

Giving  You are invited to give to the ministry and mission of Knox Church through the Knox Church Dunedin bank account 03 0903 0016425 00. Knox Church Dunedin is a registered charity #CC52318.
For more information please email our Planned Giving Coordinator

Knox’s latest newsletter – KnoxNews – can be read here

Upcoming events 

Jonah Jesus: Evening worship series beginning Sunday 21 February. Exploring the meaning of the cross through the story of Jonah. More details on our News page



She Sings: Songs of Truth, Hope & Joy‘ concert Sunday 7 March, 2:30pm at Knox Church. In celebration of International Women’s Day. Compositions by women composers past and present including New Zealand composers. The group is made up of seven returning Octagon Ensemble artists: Michelle Walker, Ondine Gotschalk, Sophie Gangl, Rhiannon Cooper, Anna Mackenzie, Erica Paterson and Tessa Romano, along with new artist, Lillian Gibbs. Click here for more information

Knox Church a congregation of the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand

Sunday morning worship at 10am, Sunday evening worship at 7pm

449 George Street, Dunedin 9016, New Zealand
phone: 034770229

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  1. Today, we joined the service of worship with the Community of Knox Presbyterian Church in Dunedin, NZ. and we have been blessed. The prayers, the readings, the reflections and the music as well as the visuals, all assisted us on our journey to “somewhere”. How grateful we are for the skills and ministry of so many who participated with Kerry in the leadership of this service . The filming and collating of the service, along with the excellent sound, enabled us to truly worship and ‘stay’ in the presence of the ‘God of everywhere’ with you all. Thankyou and may the Lord Bless stay and bless you all.
    Helen and John Wallis


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