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.
Please join us for our next meeting where we will be distributing the proceeds from our 2022 I.D. drive. We will begin with a chili dinner at 6:30 PM with the distribution of the checks starting around 7 PM.
Please click here to let us know if you can bring chili.
We need some help taking down the outdoor Nativity this Sunday.
If you are available, please plan to meet us in front of Church by the Nativity at 1 PM. There is no signup. If there are any changes with the time\date due to weather, we will post an update here and send out a flocknote.
Saturday, July 29th the council will be celebrating its 50th Anniversary as a council. We are planning a dinner in the Parish Hall following 4 PM Mass to celebrate the milestone. Please save the date.
To help prepare our Fraternal Survey for the Supreme Council office, please complete the information requested on the below page. This information will assist us in determining the total number of hours of community service volunteered by our members.
Please note you will be prompted to provide our council number to open the survey.
(2022 Survey has Closed)
Our council will have our “Keep Christ in Christmas” entry in the Jaycee’s Christmas parade on Saturday, 12/3. We will be loading up the trailer on the west side of Epiphany between 8:30 and 8:45 AM and will then carpool to the start of the parade (Kinsley Junior High).
We will hand out tootsie rolls as we walk the parade route.
Following the parade, we will return to Epiphany and complete setting up the outdoor nativity scene. We are usually back from the parade around 11:15 and it takes about 45 minutes to complete the setup.
The below link includes a signup both activities.
Christmas Parade and Nativity Setup Signups
We have a parking pass for Redbird football V. WIU on November 19th.
Plan to start 8:30 AM and end at 11 AM kickoff. Lot G82 (next to Horton and track).
Please use below link to let us know if you are coming.
Please plan to join us at 6 PM at Brother Dan Pletch’s home for meal and social gathering. Wives are invited. Dan and Vickie are providing BBQ, chips and dessert. You are welcome to bring a side or drink. All the details including an RSVP are included in below link.
You will need to enter our council number once prompted. Please send an email to email@example.com if you have any questions or problems with RSVP.
Click Here for Additional Details and RSVP
The Epiphany Knights of Columbus council will be hosting a breakfast following the 7:30 and 9 AM Masses on 10/30 in the Parish Hall. The menu will include pancakes, sausage (thank you Jim Merna), 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.
Click here to Help with Breakfast
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 24-25 or October 1-2.
- Send coats with your Epiphany School kids the week of September 26-September 27. The class with the most coats collected will have a pizza party! 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, 10/4. Click here for details.