Red Cross Blood Drive
June 19 - Thank you to everyone who signed up four our Red Cross Blood drive! We had a great response from the parish community. Due to the air conditioning repairs at our church, we had to hold the event at St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church. We are grateful that they were able to help us out!
June 5-6 - Thank you to all the donors and Brothers who helped with our clothing drive to support St Vincent De Paul Society. We had another great response from the parish community!
Annual Golf Outing For Charity
June 4th - Thank you to the golfers, sponsors and volunteers who came out for our Annual Golf Outing for Charity at Kimberton Golf Club. The weather held up for us, the course looked beautiful, and while no one won the $25,000 prize hole we all had great day. To see pictures from the day, click here!
|Contest / Prize||Winner|
|Lowest Score (tie)||Deacon Patrick Stokely, Fr. Mark Cavara, Fr Sean English, Fr Robert Gross|
|2nd Lowest Score||Jerry Shea, Eric Benedetti, Doug Proctor, Ken Garrett|
|3rd Lowest Score||Jamie Bilbow, Pat Damberg, Richie Kozicki, Rusty Smith|
|Highest Score||Steve Puccino, Vince Puccino, Will Puccino|
|Long Drive Men||Jerry Shea|
|Long Drive Ladies||Maureen McShea|
|Closet Pin||Brian McShea|
|Special Recognition For Winning Nothing||John Rogge|
Welcome Home Carts for Veterans
May 27 - Just in time for the Memorial Day weekend we delivered 20 Welcome Home Carts to the VA facility in Coatesville. These carts help veterans transition from VA care to a new residence by providing basic in home needs like paper products, towels, dish detergent and other products. Touchstone Home Products in Exton graciously allowed us to use their warehouse to store and assemble the warehouse carts. We will be doing this project again in October, so if you would like to participate contact us! For more pictures, click here!
Adopt-a-Township-Road Program 2021
As part of the township's Adopt-a-Township-Road program, our Council maintains the trail in front of St Elizabeth Church. The trail runs south from the front entrance of the church, to the covered bridge, and north from the front entrance to the trail marker at the end of the church property. We are looking for volunteers to walk and clean the trail once during the months of June, August and October. Everything you need is provided by the township.
To learn more or to sign-up, please click here!
Prayer for Protection in Time of Pandemic
The Knights of Columbus has published the prayer said by Pope Francis and Archbishop Lori online, calling on members and Catholics to say the prayer over nine days as a novena beginning Sunday. It especially prays “for those who have fallen ill, for those who are vulnerable and for those who have died.” It adds: “Intercede also for those charged with protecting the health and safety of others and for those who are tending to the sick and seeking a cure.”
Click here to view and print the prayer.
Taking Care Of Those In Need
We are all being impacted by the COVID-19 crisis, but some of us are struggling more than others. Our Council is committed to providing assistance to those in need. Charity is at the heart of our work and our faith. If you or someone you know in our Council or community are in need of assistance, contact us and let us know. Learn more by clicking here.
FOCUS Ministry – Sarah Grubb Support
FOCUS (focus.org) is a Catholic apostate that aims to share the hope and joy of the gospel with college students across the United States. Sarah Grubb was a parishioner before going to college. She has graduated, and is now has a ministry with FOCUS at Ole Miss. She is asking for financial assistance, and our Council has agreed to support her in this effort. If you are interested in helping out, click here to make a tax deductible donation by credit or debit card. You can find her Spring 2020 update by clicking here.
Message From The Grand Knight
The Knights of Columbus was founded in 1882 by the Venerable Servant of God, Father Michael J. McGivney in St Mary's Church in New Haven, CT. If canonized, Father McGivney would be the first American born priest to become a Saint.
To learn more information about Fr. McGivney, visit the website dedicated to his Life and Legacy at www.fathermcgivney.org
Explore our site! If you are interested in learning more about becoming a member, please click here and we will be in touch with you shortly!