Our Council has a long history of hosting a large number of parish and community service projects throughout the year. We support local organizations such as The Lord's Pantry, Birthright, and St. John's Hospice. We sponsor Red Cross Blood Drives, and assist with local events such as the Ludwigs Corner Horse Show. In our Parish, we sponsor family activities such as Basketball Free Throw, Golf Outing, and many Right To Life activities. We provide assistance with the general needs of our parish and its school. We also hold a number of fraternal events for our members. There are always opportunities to get involved!
Prior Years Activities:
Our Recent Activities
Free Throw Contest
Jan 26 - Many thanks to the 40 boys and girls who turned out for our annual Knights of Columbus Free Throw Contest at the Saint Elizabeth School Gym. We had a great time, and everyone who came out did a great job! Last year over 120,000 boys and girls between the ages of 9 and 14 participated in over 3,600 competitions worldwide! Good luck to the winners of our event this year as they advance to the next level!
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Washington DC March For Life Bus Trip
Jan 24 - The Saint Elizabeth Knights of Columbus Council #13141 and the Respect Life Committee sponsored a bus trip to Washington to participate in this year's event on January 24th. We had Knights and parishioners joined to attended the March and a visit to the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.
Unplanned – Movie and Pizza Night
Jan 11th. The Saint Elizabeth Respect Life Committee & Knights of Columbus co-sponsored a pizza dinner and showing of the Movie “Unplanned” for the Parish Community on January 11th. Additional showings were provided on January 12th and 14th. Over 40 people showed up to watch this important and thought provoking film that provides an eye-opening look inside the abortion industry from a woman who was once a passionate advocate. It's based on the best-selling book of the same title by Abby Johnson.
You can learn more by visiting the Unplanned website.
Thank you to Chuck Reimer for coordinating this event.