LOCAL OUTREACH

Good News Club

John Knox is excited to team with the Children’s Evangelism Fellowship (CEF) and offer the Good News Club to students at Lake Cable Elementary. We do games, songs, lessons, prizes, and so much more. It is a dynamic, fun-filled, and faith-based club. We just wrapped up our first session, and it was great! Our next session will start on Tuesday, January 31. Stay tuned for more information.

We’re talking about children having the opportunity to hear about and receive Christ! Just listen to what one student had to say!

Our John Knox Good News Club team is made up of volunteers from our church who have been trained, screened, and background-checked to serve in this club. You can help too!

If you do not want to go into the schools, how about helping cut out game pieces and decorations or assembling snacks? Many hands make the work light.

For more information, you may contact Diana Jones at 330-754-7476


FOOD PANTRY

John Knox Presbyterian Church is a designated Food Pantry of Akron Canton Regional Food Bank and partners with the Stark Hunger Task Force to fight against hunger in and around the Jackson Township area.

The need for food during the pandemic has increased by over 200%. The demand will continue for some time.

The Food Pantry is available to residents of Jackson Township and North Canton and currently serves clients on the third Saturday of the month from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm.


Malone Associates

Malone Associates is one of our ministry partners. Annually, we give and participate in the Freshmen Bible Project.

The Malone Associates are community-minded and service-oriented men and women who share in the mission and vision of Malone University.


Total Living Center

Total Living Center is one of our mission partners. We serve at their community events as a bridge of healing and compassion.

We are committed to making a difference!

We are passionate about showing God’s love and redemption across the globe and in our local community. We offer many local outreach missions while meeting our neighbors where they are.

Jesus says that our love will be what identifies us as His disciples (John 13:35).