A Wesley-Knox Photo Album
There’s lots happening at Wesley-Knox! Click on thumbnails to view full-sized photos...
This year at Wesley-Knox, Advent was particularly busy. In addition to the annual Christmas concert and Sunday School pageant (photos albums below), Wesley-Knox UCW hosted a Community Friendship Tea featuring a special visit from Santa, the Wesley-Knox Primary Choir sang for residents of Grandwood Retirement Home, the team from Grace United Church, Sarnia, hosted a Swell Youth Service, and a total of well over 600 attended our two Christmas Eve services.—John McFall, Grace United Church, HJM and choir parent photos
On Sunday, December 16, the Wesley-Knox Sunday School presented the pageant "Move Me Closer". In this folder, photos from the Saturday pageant rehearsal and Christmas Party by Dez Sargeant, and photos from the pageant itself by Brian Dalton and John McFall.
Once again, close to 600 Londoners moved into the Christmas Spirit at the Annual Wesley-Knox Christmas Concert featuring vocalist Denise Pelley, the senior and junior choirs, Steve Holowitz on piano, the organ and the band. Traditional and gospel songs, audience carols and the concert’s famous interactive Twelve Days of Christmas—it was a great evening of music!—Brian Dalton photos
On Sunday, November 23, at a special Covenanting Service, Rev. Tracy Crick-Butler was officially installed as new minister of Wesley-Knox United Church. The service featured music by the choir and a brass quartet, and the presentation of symbols of the faith. Welcome, Tracy!, and congratulations! We know yours will be a great ministry!—Brian Dalton photos
November 3–4 was an amazing weekend! First the UCW’s Harvest to Holiday Festival, then the Mysterium Youth Choir exchange with the youth choir from Richmond Hill, and finally the 2012 Concert for Sudan with Denise Pelley, Saidat, Mountsfield Primary Choir and choirs from Medway, Lucas and Banting Secondary schools!—Photos by Brian Dalton and other W-K members
On October 20-21, the entire congregation at Richmond Hill United Church north of Toronto pitched in to welcome our Wesley-Knox Mysterium Youth Choir, their parents and their leaders, at an amazing weekend of fun, food, fellowship, music and worship. On the weekend of November 3-4, it will be our turn as we welcome the Richmond Hill United Church Youth Choir to Wesley-Knox!
Lots of Hallowe’en at Wesley-Knox! First the Wortley Viollage Costume Exchange, then Family Movie Night with a Hallowe’en theme, and then the Hallowe’en in the Village Hallowe’en Parade.—photos by various W-K members
On Thanksgiving Sunday, October 7, we welcomed our new minister, Rev. Tracy Crick-Butler. Lots of music with choir, organ, brass and timpani, and lots of good wishes and joy!—John McFall photos
On September 30 Rev. David McKane presided over his last service as Presbytery Appointed Interim Minister at Wesley-Knox.—Brian Dalton and John McFall photos
Wesley-Knox youth and their friends at Camp Kee-Mo-Kee west of London, 2012 September 22–23.—Jane and Alex Walker photos
Over $4000 was raised through at the silent auction at the Saturday, September 22 Evening for Sudan. The money will be used to cover certain travel costs and purchase some of the equipment and supplies that will be going to South Sudan in January with Glen Pearson, Jane Roy, ten people from Wesley-Knox, and other CASS (Canadian Aid for Southern Sudan) volunteers.—Tony Haworth photos
The Wesley-Knox Junior Choir at the opening ceremonies of the National Conference of the Canadian Paediatric Society, London, Ontario, June 6–9.—CPA photos | New photos! The Wesley-Knox Junior Choir at Victoria Park getting ready to sing at the opening cermonies of the 2012 November 4 Run for the Cure. A video of the choir in action appears below.—HJM photos
On Sunday, September 30, the Wesley-Knox Junior Choir was up bright and early and on stage at Victoria Park to sing O Canada at the opening ceremonies of Run for the Cure.
Watch and listen below!—HJM video
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