On Saturday, 12/5 from 11 AM to 12 Noon, we will meet in front of Epiphany to setup the outdoor Nativity:
- Bring Nativity up from church basement (20 minutes or less with 6 people).
- Complete setup of creche (30 minutes).
- Add lighting and place figures (10 minutes).
- Please note the Knights will not be participating in the Christmas Parade (was changed to a static 2 day event this year due to COVID).
Click here to signup to help with this event.
Brother Knights, thank you for another year of service with the Knights of Columbus. In this unprecedented time, we must remain steadfast in our faith and continue to provide charitable works for those in need. You can help by supporting this raffle, which provides funds for our Vocation
programs within the council including our local seminarians. We currently have 2 and we can only ask that you support them with your involvement in this raffle.
Each Knight should have received a raffle booklet in the mail in October. Each ticket is $1.00 or $15.00 per booklet. The council keeps $9.00 for each book sold. The remaining $6.00 funds the raffle and is used to support vocation programs at the State level.
The raffle consists of twenty prizes totaling $20,000 in cash. The Grand Prize Drawing will be held at the Illinois State Council’s Mid-Winter District Deputy meeting on December 2020.
K of C Council 6498
Care of Vocation Coordinator
PO Box 116
Normal, IL 61761
Please return your completed books with the covers still attached to a council meeting or use the enclosed envelope. Completed books\money must be returned no later than the 11/18/2020 meeting, so we have time to package and mail:
This raffle is going towards an amazing program and we can only ask that you rally behind our future priests as they continue their journey. If you require extra books, please email VocationRaffle@kofc6498.org. There will be extra books available at all our council meetings through November.
Thank You! Epiphany Knights of Columbus thanks all of the members of the parish and students, faculty, and staff of Epiphany Catholic School for making this year’s coat drive the best yet. We delivered 310 coats to the St. Vincent DePaul Society clothing closet.
This will be many blessings for people during the upcoming winter. Special congratulations to Mrs. Gustafson’s 3rdgrade class who brought in the most coats (39). They earned a pizza party as did Mrs. Lohr’s 2nd grade, Miss Conley’s 4th grade, and Mrs. Craig’s 1st grade classes who each brought in more than 30 coats.
Congratulations to all!
Venerable Father McGivney, Pray for Us!