Our family of faith serves our community
and our world.
To donate, volunteer and learn more, call the Knox Church office, 913-888-7775
Caring for Kids Team
We support Pawnee Elementary School in our neighborhood materially, financially and through personal engagement with the school’s students, staff and parents. Knox provided meals for teachers during in-service days. Knox provided financial support for carnival activities as well as funds for the PTA.
Cherith Brook is a residential Christian community committed to sharing resources with strangers and friends with weekly donations of clothing, shoes, blankets and toiletries. Money also went to funding a new furnace and fence. Knox members participate in tasks including work days, serving meals and gardening.
Cross-Lines Community Outreach in Kansas City, Kansas, provides people affected by poverty with basic services and opportunities that encourage self-confidence and self-sufficiency. Year round, Knox provides monthly lunches for up to 300 people; and books, games, toys and bikes for the Christmas Store.
Habitat for Humanity
Each spring break, high school students travel across the country on a mission trip to build houses, restore homes and repair fences in partnership with Habitat for Humanity. Areas have included a reservation in the Arizona desert; Pensacola, Florida; Dallas, Texas; and Little Rock, Arkansas.
Based in Overland Park, Hope Bridges provides food, clothing and education for children in Thailand.
Interfaith Hospitality Network
We’re part of the Interfaith Hospitality Network in Johnson County, empowering homeless families and single females by engaging people of faith. Church volunteers provide a ministry of presence and support for the guests while staying at the church.
The nonprofit provides food, personal-care items, hats, gloves and other supplies to the homeless youth of Kansas City, Kansas. LLT also provides back-to-school kits, socks and snacks to the homeless and deprived at Pawnee Elementary School in the same neighborhood as Knox.
We have a long partnership with this church and university in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Less than 3 percent of Thailand’s population is Christian, yet people there are open to hear about God’s word. Since 2005, Knox and Payap members have visited each other to exchange ideas, learn from each other and share faith.