Our Parish Mission Statement:
Paula Gallagher (603) 904-4045
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Our council, 6938, was chartered in 1977. We have 54 members presently and we welcome more. Our mission is to continue what Fr. Michael McGivney started by standing in support of our Brother Knights and their families, our Priest's, our religious educators, our Church, our community and our country. We stand in solidarity with our Priest's, The Holy Catholic Church and the precious Right to Life. The Knights of Columbus is open to practicing Catholic gentlemen.
The current officers of our parish Knights of Columbus are...
Grand Knight Dominic St Pierre
Chaplain Father John Loughnane
Deputy Grand Knight James Lamontagne
Chancellor Paul Judd
Recorder David Desilets
Treasurer Gary Ouellette
Advocate Kerry Johnson
Warden Daniel Decker
Outside Guard Brant Fagan
1 year Trustee Duane Weatherby
2 year Trustee Daryl Royce
3 year Trustee Ernest Parsons
Anyone interested in joining or has any questions about our council may contact myself, Paul Judd or any current member.
Our meetings are held each third Wednesday of the month at 7:00pm and is held at St. Catherine's.
Paul Judd 603-542-4897
Council 6938 recently sponsored a knight at the Monarchs game in Manchester. All altar servers were invited at no charge to them as a thank you from our council for their support of their church. Friends and family were invited at a nominal cost. Transportation was provided via bus. A great time was had by all. The Monarch scored 4 goals which meant "Free French Fries" for everyone at McDonalds.
Our council also sponsors breakfasts for CCD students, simple suppers and projects to support the church such as painting the rectory porch. Upcoming events: Our Knights will be serving a delicious pancake supper on Mardi Gras, Tuesday, March 5 at 6pm in St Peters church hall.
This is just a simple snapshot of some of the things our council is involved with. We welcome new members and new ideas of how we can serve our church and community.
For a brief history of the Knights of Columbus click here