Knox Church Dunedin

a congregation of the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand


We are captivated by the biblical vision of the realm of God, made known in Jesus, given in grace.


We believe we are called:
to be a community following Jesus, alive to God’s Spirit, working to make real God’s realm.


Values informing our life together:
• Unity in Christ
• Justice for all creation
• Worship of God
• Love and hospitality
• Diversity and inclusiveness


Signposts giving direction to our life together:
• Intentional faith development
• Radical hospitality
• Authentic worship
• Risk-taking mission and service
• Selfless generosity

Knox updates

This Sunday,  20 October – Pentecost 19

10am Presbyterian Support Otago service led by Rev Russell Thew and Mrs Helen Scott of PSO

7pm ‘Kate Sheppard – making room at the table’ – led by Rev Brendon McRae


Last Sunday morning’s sermon ‘By love and by labour’ by Rachel Tombs can be read  here.

The current KnoxNews – Sept 2019 – can be read  here

Our financial update for 2017 – 2018 can be read  here  in conjunction with the most recent finance,  letter

The entire ‘Knox Plan 2018-20’ can be read here

The Living Library is the delivery portal of five thematic areas (Faith, Community, Witness, Leadership and Innovation) this website is flexible, accessible, updating, varied and rich – offering connection and possibility, and expanding understanding.   Read, experience and BeWise here 

Hewitson Library, Presbyterian Research Centre  –   for a list of the newest books available to borrow from the library see their  webpage

Recently, the Rev. Dr Clive Pearson spoke at Knox about Theology in the Anthropocene. Here is a book list he has provided, related to the topic –  some key texts on the Anthropocene

Knox Church
449 George Street
Phone (03) 477 0229

– Sunday Services – 10am and 7pm
– The Knox Church Choir sings at morning services during school terms
– Sunday School and Youth programmes are offered during school terms/University semesters
– Knox Church Dunedin is a registered charity #CC52318

2 thoughts on “

  1. My first visit to Knox was the 10am service Sun 08 July 2018. Lovely service and the choir was amazing! Returned 7pm with my husband and we both hugely enjoyed the Matariki service with Rev Wayne Te Kawa. Thank you!


  2. We enjoyed your service tonight and the chance to spend time with you sharing a cuppa. We appreciated the accuracy of your website with service times and details of each service.
    A friendly welcoming congregation, thanks Mavis.
    Bev and Clive


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