Epiphany’s Knights of Columbus seek new or gently used coats (also jackets and hooded sweatshirts) for those in need as the weather turns cold.
You have three ways you can help:
- Bring coats to Mass on September 23-24 or September 30th-October 1st.
- Send coats with your Epiphany School kids the week of September 25-September 29. Epiphany’s Knights of Columbus will collect and deliver the coats to the St. Vincent de Paul Society for distribution. We know from many stories that people truly cherish these sources of warmth and comfort!
- Help us collect coats before\after Masses and\or help with the delivery to St. Vincent de Paul on Monday, 10/2.
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. Please note this year’s drive is broken up between 4 different weekends in September and October.
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 a secure online donation option. Please feel free to share this page with your family and friends that may be interested in supporting our drive.
Organizations Supported – Online Donation
=> 09/15 through 09/17 – COMPLETED
McDonalds – Volunteer Signup
=> 09/30 (Saturday Only)
WalMart – Volunteer Signup
=> 10/07 and 10/14 (Saturday Only)
Schnucks (North Normal) – Volunteer Signup
Those helping with the drive, please read the additional instructions provided in the signup links above.
The Epiphany Knights of Columbus council will be hosting a breakfast following the 7:30 and 9 AM Masses on 10/29 in the Parish Hall. The menu will include pancakes, sausage, applesauce, and juice\coffee. There is no charge, but we will accept donations to help offset the cost. Please plan to come down to the hall and enjoy some good food and fellowship.
** We are at capacity for this event. Not able to take additional RSVPs ***
Epiphany Knights of Columbus and ISU football coach Brock Spack will again team up for “Brisket and Brock” on Tuesday, September 19th, with dinner promptly at 6:30! Mike Kiley’s smoked brisket and Matt Sanders smoked pork 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 ) by 9/15 if you are interested in joining us for the dinner. There is no charge but a free will offering is accepted.
We are also in need of some knights to help us with the event. Please click here
to find out how you can help.
On Saturday, June 10th from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm the Special Olympics is looking for the Knights to grill burgers, run the food from the grill to the serving area and serve 900 – 1,100 family members & friends at the north side of ISU’s Horton Fieldhouse. We broke the times down into two shifts (feel free to signup for both shifts if you would like). This signup is for our council. The other councils are filling additional slots.
If you prefer to only grill, run food, or be a server, please specify that after your name in the signup. Otherwise, we will assume you are good to fill any of these activities.
Please bring any questions to our next meeting on 6/6 or send an email to info@kofc6498.
Brother Knights, here are the activities where the Knights can assist with the dinner and reception that were discussed in our last meeting. Please add your name to the signup as soon as possible and contact Brian.Judd@kofc6498.org with any questions.
Signup for the Dinner and Reception
Instead of our normal council meeting, we are planning to meet at St. Vincent de Paul at 6 PM for a tour of the facility and information on the volunteer opportunities that are available.
This is open to all knights, family, and friends.
Please RSVP using the below link to let us know how many to expect.
RSVP using Flocknote
The knights will provide the volunteers for coffee and donuts following the 7:30 AM and 9:00 AM Masses on April 30th (5th Sunday).
We will help with pouring drinks, clearing\cleaning tables, bringing out more donuts, and sending the coffee cups, bowls (for the oatmeal), and spoons through the dishwasher. Instructions will be provided by Ron Bordewick and Brian Judd. Please add your name to the below signup if you can help.