Constructed in 1922, Knox’s beautiful sanctuary has long been recognized for its excellent acoustics. It has been used for numerous concerts, live recordings and for television or movie productions.
- The sanctuary has a traditional, center-aisle layout with good lighting and flexibility for many different altar configurations.
- A fully pewed choir loft has 2 sections of 3 rows each.
- A kaleidoscope of stained glass windows in the sanctuary creates a dazzling display of colour and beauty.
- The open wood high-vaulted ceilings and oak pews (with cushions) lend a comfortable and very open atmosphere.
- The powerful Casavant organ and a Kawai grand piano add to the majesty of the facility.
- The church holds up to 300 people in the main sanctuary.
- The chapel is equally lovely for more intimate numbers (35).
- There is a balcony for video recording and other production needs.
- The parking lot is very large and there is easy and free street parking that allows building access from all sides.
- The church is handicap access certified including ramps and washroom.
- Projector and screen rentals are available.
- Knox’s Fellowship Centre features a large gymnasium (seating capacity 100+) and classroom-sized meeting spaces.
- We have a fully equipped kitchen and a lounge that can seat up to 60 people.
The best time to call the church office is between 9:00 am and noon.
We look forward to giving you a tour and discussing your needs.
Knox is proud to work with members of the University of British Columbia and local firms to share this season of “Instrumental Measures”. Amazing performances reflecting years of study and hard work thse artists have invested.
Emmet Cahill performs to a sold out audience, 1 year after his first perfomance. The year before he also sold out Knox, and many other North American cities, on a tour that included his Carnegie Hall debut. Here Emmet takes and audience request to perform River In Judea along with Knox’s Choir.
5600 Balaclava Street
V6N 1L1 Canada