Sunday Worship

Join us on Sunday mornings at 10:30am!

Our overall worship style is celebratory, and while there is a set order of service, there’s lots of room for innovation!  Additional services are offered during Advent and Holy Week. For information about how to find us please click here.

Our Vision…​

Wesley-Knox — a vibrant Christian community striving to live gratefully, deepen faith and reach out in God’s world.

We believe in:

Being an open, welcoming church that embraces diversity
Being a church with a strong commitment to mission and outreach
Being a church where participation is encouraged and made easy
Being a teaching church that for all ages, feeds the mind and spirit

These four statements guide all of our endeavours.

Our Faith

What do we believe in?

Wesley-Knox United Church is part of the diverse circle of faith that comprises the United Church of Canada. Wesley-Knox members are sometimes asked what they believe. While we are a faith community with a variety of theological understandings, most would agree with the following.

You can learn more by visiting the Our Beliefs page on the United Church of Canada website here.


God is central to our faith. God permeates the universe. God creates. God is the source of strength that helps us work towards the good. We do not hold God responsible for evil. God loves the world and all that is in it. Most importantly, God loves each one of us, without condition, despite our many failings. That being so, we have an obligation to respond to God by dealing with our failings and passing God’s love on to others through acts of compassion, and the public face of compassion which is social justice.


While God reveals God’s self in many ways, for us, God is best revealed in the life and teachings of Jesus—teachings that stress the goodness of God, our worth in the eyes of God, inclusivity and compassion. Jesus’ message about the Kingdom of God—what it would be like if God and not the Caesars of this world were in charge—was largely a call for social justice. After his crucifixion, in what Christians call the Resurrection, Jesus continued to inspire and be experienced by his followers. He continues to inspire and be experienced by his followers today.

The Bible

The Bible is the foundational document of our faith. It is a record of how two ancient peoples—the people of the Jewish homeland and the people of the early Christian movement—tried to be faithful to the God of their understandings under difficult circumstances. It is also our record of the life and teachings of Jesus. A source of wisdom and inspiration, a resource for prayer and devotion, the Bible has a mysterious power to bring people closer to God, and through its words, inform and transform lives.

How is this reflected in Sunday services and in the life and work of Wesley-Knox?

In services, prayers are usually directed to God alone. While ultimately, God is a Mystery, because of the limitations of human language, we usually refer to God as a person. (Jesus himself did this, referring to God as Abba—Father.) We try to use gender-neutral or gender-inclusive language. Substitutionary atonement language like “Jesus Christ died for your sins” is rarely heard at our church. Both inside and outside our church, we try to work for what is good. In our dealings with one another, we try to remember that we are all children of God. We try to affirm the unique personal worth of each person regardless of that person’s background, race, gender, age, economic situation, religious beliefs. marital status, gender identity or sexual orientation. We also try to promote these values to our children and young people through the curriculum used in our Sunday School and through our music, outreach and study programs.