Council 2181 Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Rev. J.C. Thibeau
Knights of Columbus 2181 schedules NOTE: Date and time changes may not be published here.
At the St Ambrose Cathedral
Food Bank collection First Sunday of each month prior to 4pm mass Saturday & Sunday prior to 9am mass and the 11.15am mass. (non perishable goods only,monetary donations are welcome)
NOTE: Due to Covid-19 regular activities are being curtailed
At the Columbus Club at 10 Collins st Yarmouth.
Monday Bingo & Lottery -300 weekly draw starting at 7pm.
Tuesday ,Community lunch ,from 11am to 1pm,all are welcomeSecond Tuesday of month: Monthly meetings: 5.30pm executives meeting, 6.30 supper ,7.30 general meeting
Community breakfast Usually 3rd Sunday on the month from 9am to 12noon, adults -$ 7.00. 12 and under $ 3.50.
Third Tuesday of the month,Knights of Columbus Assembly 1428 is holding a 4th Degree meeting at 7pm ,all 4th degree members are invited.
Community Lunch: Tuesdays 11 am -1pm. Knights of Columbus Hall. Free will offering.Be sure to get copy of " Parish Priest" the life of K of C founder Fr. McGivney... Via Amason.comBook Review
Knights of Columbus Ritchie Hubbard Memorial Golf Tournament
Northwood Intouch: Personal Emergency Response:
Knights of Columbus Council 2181 assisting in service and instillation.
To find out more visit www.nwood.ns.ca
Knights of Columbus Founder. Apostle of Spiritual Brotherhood. Exemplary Parish Priest. America’s Newest Blessed!
New Book on Father McGivney..... Via Amason.com
|Who are the Knights?
The Knights of Columbus is the world's largest Catholic family fraternal service organization with 1.6 million members. It provides members and their families with volunteer opportunities in service to the Catholic Church, their communities, families and young people. We are a Catholic men's fraternal benefit society that was formed to render financial aid to members and their families. Mutual aid and assistance are offered to sick, disabled and needy members and their families. Social and intellectual fellowship is promoted among members and their families through educational, charitable, religious, social welfare, war relief and public relief works.