Please take a few moments and see what the Knights of Columbus are all about and how you can get involved. If interested in getting involved please send us an email.
The Knights of Columbus are a group of Catholic gentlemen who assist with the needs of the church and community.
The Knights participate and contribute to the needs of the parish community and the pastor with volunteering and financial assistance. We participate in planned order wide events with the parishes, schools in the communities and community organizations. We fund raise for various charities in our community, such as Birthright Internatonal, The Red Door, The Salvation Army, St. Vincent de Paul, ShareLife, Royal Canadian Army Cadets,Girl Guides, Good Shepherd Mission, Mustard Seed and Sisters of Life to name a few of the organizations that we support.
Any Catholic gentleman over the age of 18 years old.
We volunteer at a Bingo several times monthly.
Our Council supports and recruits membership from St. Ann's Parish, St. Joseph Parish and Holy Name Parish
For Boys and Girls ages 9 - 14 years old.
Our Fundraising program, volunteering several times a month.
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Mustard Seed’s programs are designed to meet the needs of those who would not otherwise have access to the services we provide. Many of our program participants have special needs, addictions, mental health issues and are living in poverty. The one thing they share in common, is that they are all isolated in some way. They come to Mustard Seed for acceptance and community and they find it!
Here is one example.
“Many of our participants live in precarious housing. Bill, a regular participant at our Friday and Saturday Drop-ins, was one of those individuals. His environment was noisy, unsafe, dirty and a place that he didn’t call home. At Mustard Seed, Bill experienced something different; a welcoming and accepting place to be. With access to Mustard Seed’s phone and computers, through persistence and the support of his Mustard Seed friends,
he was able to find new housing accommodations with which he is very pleased.”