*All activities subject to change with or without notice (due to Covid precautions).

Business meetings are the second Thursday of each month in the Davidson Center.

  • Rosary ………………7:00 PM
  • Meeting………………7:30 PM

Officers’ meetings are the Thursday before the business meeting.

Social meetings are the fourth Tuesday of each month.

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Our Officers
Who We Are

The Knights of Columbus were organized as a fraternal benefit society in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1882 by the Rev. Michael McGivney.  The purpose of this fraternal order of laymen is to support the Church and country by means of charity, unity, fraternity, and patriotism. The order works tirelessly to reach out to widows and orphans, to defend the unborn and aged, to provide assistance to the hungry, homeless, physically and mentally challenged, and to support vocations to ministry within the Church.  Membership is open to men 18 years or older who are practicing Catholics.

What We Do

K of C Programs:

  • Fifth Sunday Rosary – This a prayer program led by our council.  It is held in the chapel following the 12:15 Mass whenever a fifth Sunday occurs in a month.  All are welcomed to attend this devotional prayer for vocations.
  • Seminarian Support – In support of vocations, our council gives financial support to one seminarian each year to help offset schooling costs as they pursue their call to the Church.
  • Global Wheelchair Mission – The Global Wheelchair Mission purchases wheelchairs in bulk and delivers them by sea containers around the world.
  • Special Olympics –  The Knights of Columbus commitment to Special Olympics and to hundreds of grassroots programs for people with intellectual and physical disabilities is  an expression of our belief in the intrinsic worth of every human being.
  • Ultrasound Initiative – Our council participates in this Initiative by raising money for funds that will buy an ultra sound machine and support mobile ultra sound ministries.
  • Family of the Month and Year – We recognize active families each month and for the year.
  • Coats for Kids – The council supplies boxes of new coats for ministries in our parish to give to those in need as well as other similar ministries in the area.
  • Free Throw Championship – Contestants (kids 9 – 14) compete within their own age group.  All competition begins at the local level.  Winners move on to the district, regional, and state levels.  From there, some move on to the international level.
  • Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest – This contest is available to all students in the 8th through the 12th Grades.  This also begins at the local level and continues on up to the international level.
  • Keep Christ in Christmas – The council supports the initiative to have billboards in the Metro area that remind people of the real reason of the Christmas season.

Parish Programs we help support:

  • RCIA
  • Confirmation Class
  • First Communion Class
  • College Scholarships
  • St. Vincent de Paul
  • BASIC Youth
  • CYO Sports
  • Stations of the Cross
  • Graduation Dinner
  • Parish Summer Concert
  • Food Pantry
  • Parish Movie Night
  • Men’s Fellowship
  • Parish Picnic
  • Adopt a Road
  • Seniors’ Club

Charities We Support:

  • Mary’s Mantle
  • Boysville (Holy Cross Children’s Services of Michigan)
  • Special Olympics
  • St. Francis Camp
  • Camp Sancta Maria
  • Wreaths Across America
  • Christ the Light Special Ed.
  • K of C Christians at Risk
  • Right-To-Life Activities
  • Priests For Life

Anyone interested in more information or an application please contact our Membership Director,  Julio Vazquez  at 248-225-3805.  Applications and information are also available in the Parish Office.