This is one of the most recognizable activities that the Knights of Columbus do. The funds generated from this drive are used to support local programs which help people with special learning needs. Additional details are included within the signup links below. Please note this year’s drive is broken up between 2 different weekends.
09/16 through 09/18
10/21 through 10/23
For those that may not see us out at the locations but would still like to make a donation, the Illinois State Council is providing an online donation option:
Make Online Donation
Epiphany Knights of Columbus and ISU football coach Brock Spack will again team up for “Brisket and Brock” on Tuesday, September 20th, with dinner promptly at 6:30! Matt Sander’s gourmet smoked brisket will be followed by the inside scoop on the football program from Epiphany’s own Brock Spack. You don’t have to be a member to attend. All are welcomed. RSVP (click here) if you are interested in coming. There is no charge but a free will offering is accepted.
The party is for all parishioners and their guests.
Saturday, August 27th 4:30 PM to 7 PM.
The party will be held on the drive in front of Epiphany School.
The knights will provide the food, games, and live music by Andy Bordewick.
The menu will be hot dogs, chips, dessert, and beverage. All we ask is you bring your lawn chair.
There is no cost to attend but donations will be accepted.
A signup will be included below for any Knights or family members that would like to help with the event.
Help with Event
Jambalaya dinner starting at 6:30 including any non-members from the parish who may wish to greet Brother Toulon before his departure. We could commence business at 7:30 or as appropriate. Brother Blaney will do jambalaya but would accept assistance from council with setup, corn bread, cookies, and beverages.
Help with Setup, Serving, or can help with food
RSVP for the Event
On Saturday, June 18 from 8:30am – 2:30 pm the Special Olympics is looking for volunteers to grill burgers & serve 900 – 1,100 family members & friends at the north side of ISU’s Horton Fieldhouse. As of now they are looking 5 to 6 people to grill and have 3-4 servers during that time. Jim has members interested in volunteering, but we figured that if enough people volunteered, they would be able to do shifts instead of grilling/serving for 6 straight hours.
We are looking for Knights from any of our local councils to help with the event. Please consider helping with this important event. If you have any questions, please direct them to your council’s Grand Knight or send an email to info@kofc6498
The Fr. Thomas Carmody Council at Epiphany Parish cordially invites you to attend an open event for the parish along with Knights of Columbus members around the community.
We are hosting a Fraternal Benefit Night on Tuesday June 14th starting at 6:00 PM in the Epiphany Parish Hall. This event will feature Ed Slott, who is a nationally recognized speaker specializing in retirement planning for the year of 2022. This is an amazing opportunity to learn about ways to capitalize our retirement as well as learn about our own insurance program within the Knights of Columbus.
Our very own agent Brandon Pals will be in attendance as well to answer questions you may have in regard to the insurance program with the Knights of Columbus!
Please RSVP before Tuesday June 7th. Food will be provided, and we will also be happy to answer any questions you may have in regard to the Knights of Columbus.
If you have questions, feel free to reach out to our Grand Knight Jared Pletsch at email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you there!
Brother Knight Nathan Hopper, son of Wayne and Dee Hopper, will be ordained Deacon by Bishop Louis yesterday at the Cathedral of Saint Mary on 5/21. Please pray for him and his classmates and all our seminarians in the Diocese of Peoria.
There will be a reception for Deacon Hopper following the 10:30 Mass on 5/22. We are looking for some Knights to assist with the cleanup\setup of the reception following coffee and donuts and then with the final cleanup after the reception.
Click here to Help with Reception
Help with setup, serving, and cleanup activities. Click here for signups.
The knights will be helping to both greet and run the reception drinks table at the Parish Re-boot Event with Chris Stefanick.
Please see the Parish website for more details on the event.
Here is the Volunteer link for those that would like to help with the setup, greeting, the drink table, and cleanup activities. We will get more details out as we get closer to the event.