Worship is a central part of life at Knox. Services are held on Tuesday afternoons at 4:15p.m. and Wednesday mornings at 8:30a.m. All are welcome to attend.
Each service is conducted by a team of Faculty, staff, students and alumni. Wednesday morning services offer communion as do the first Tuesday service of each month. In addition to organized worship services there are prayer groups that form during the year.
Ecumenical Chaplaincy at UofT
Co-founded by Knox and Emmanuel Colleges, ECUT provides a Christian voice for the community studying, working and living at the University of Toronto.
Rooted in the traditions of The Presbyterian Church in Canada and The United Church of Canada, worship and prayer is offered through its base colleges, and it also offers fellowship in small groups, and sensitive pastoral conversation and care.
Writing and Research
There are a variety of sites to aid you in your studies. Check out some of the resources our Librarian has chosen.
Knox’s students and residents have full access to U of T’s technology support network. For help, contact Information Commons.
New to Toronto? Want to learn more about the activities and neighbourhoods that are at Knox College’s doorstep?
Health and Recreation
There are many activities to participate in, teams to join and facilities to check out! For access and information about sports on campus, check out the U of T website.
Toronto has a good public transit system. Knox is close to both the Bloor (St. George station) and Yonge/University (Queen’s Park station) subway lines.