Welcome to Knox-Metropolitan United Church

An Affirming Ministry of the United Church of Canada, located on Treaty 4 Territory

Join us in-person and online every Sunday:
10:30 AM • Knox-Met Traditional Service

Services are streamed from the Knox-Met Sanctuary via Facebook Live.
All are welcome!

As a community of faith, we respectfully acknowledge that we gather on the traditional lands of the Cree, Anishinaabe, Lakota, Dakota, Nakota and Metis people – Treaty 4 territory. We welcome and celebrate human diversity – including spirituality, age, ability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity and sexual orientation. 

We acknowledge the violence and pain perpetrated by the colonization of so called Canada including the institution of Residential Schools and the United Church’s involvement in that pain and suffering

We acknowledge the systems of oppression that exist to this day and know that there is much work to be done. As the United Church we apologize for our broken relationship, and pledge to heal it through intention, deep listening and bold action. 

We declare our commitment to be in solidarity with the poor and marginalized. 

In our midst people of any faith can question and discover the sacred in life through openness, struggle, laughter and prayer. 

Knox-Metropolitan United Church is an Affirming Ministry and part of Affirm United/S’Affirmer Ensemble.

Affirming Statement – Knox-Metropolitan United Church (Approved Feb 9, 2020)
We are an Affirming Ministry of The United Church of Canada on Treaty 4 territory, located in the
heart of downtown Regina, seeking to fully welcome all.
People of every sexual orientation, sex (including intersex), gender (including transgender and
gender non-conforming people), gender expression, age, ability, neurodiversity, marital status,
family configuration, race, ethnicity, religious belief, and economic condition are welcomed into full
participation in every aspect of the life and ministry of Knox-Metropolitan United Church and are
affirmed to be a sacred and beautiful expression of God’s own image.
We are committed to on-going learning, action, and solidarity as we embody these words within
our faith community and work and pray for a more just society and world.
With God’s help, so may it be.