God as Triune
Belief in the Trinity — God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit — is central to our faith. God is the Father to whom we come, the Son through whom we come, and the Spirit by whom we come.
The Bible inspires and guides us in what we believe and how we live. Presbyterians think of the Bible as the written Word of God. We consider it the most authoritative source for faith and practice. By reading the Bible, succeeding generations know what God has done and what God requires.
Worship and the Sacraments
Worship gives Presbyterians an opportunity to praise, listen, and respond to God. In worship we celebrate two sacraments - Baptism and Communion - which are visible expressions of the gospel given as a way to enter and encourage Christian growth. We encourage active participation in worship through prayer, music, Scripture-based preaching and teaching, and fellowship.
Reaching Out and Serving
We believe that all are equal in the eyes of the Lord and that each person has the ability to provide powerful and effective ministry to others. We support ministry within and outside of the Knox church family. We encourage and help individuals to recognize, develop and use the gifts with which we have all been individually blessed, to minister to the needs of people.
We strive to be a friendly, welcoming congregation relevant to, and actively involved in, our community.