In relation to our in-person worship at Knox Church Dunedin … Vaccinated worship with NZ traffic light system

  • Please do not attend if you are unwell.
  • Showing your Vaccine Pass will be required for entry.
  • We will be sitting in every other pew and a metre apart. We will keep close contact to a minimum.
  • Wearing a face covering is recommended.
  • There will not be morning tea.
  • Please put your offering in the offering boxes when you arrive.
  • Take home any personal items you bring in with you.
  • Please scan in using the NZ COVID Tracer app.
  • People who do not use the Tracer app will need to record their contact details on an individual slip that will be provided, and place it in one of the collection boxes. The slips will be collected each week and securely stored for 60 days, after which they will be shredded. 

Sunday 23 January – The third Sunday after Epiphany ‘Now is the time’ – 10am – Worship in the Church – the readings are Nehemiah 8:1-3, 5-6, 8-10 and Luke 4:14-21

Previous services and sermons

Sunday 16 January – The second Sunday after Epiphany
– Worship in the Church – led by Margaret Garland – the readings are Isaiah 62:1-5 and John 2:1-11
Full order of service link here and the sermon can be read here

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 (Nov 2021-Jan 2022) – can be read here

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

Sunday worship at 10am & 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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