July 24th, 2021 - The playground at Saint Thomas More Elementary School saw a major renovation. The Knights of Councils 10910, 3390, and 17125, as well as some wives and friends, worked hard to render the area as safe and clean as possible for the returning students. Some Knights shoveled the sand out of the … Continue reading Play Ground Work Day July 24, 2021
Despite Good Friday's Central nature in the heart of Christianity, attendance at services remains low. Putting their faith into action, the Knights of Columbus in Chapel Hill, NC will encourage participation through a promotional campaign that educates their parishes on the vital importance of Good Friday. The liturgy of the Lord's passion and death reminds … Continue reading Good Friday Liturgy April 2, 2021
This is the first week of three weeks Captain John's Dockside is offering a percentage of sales to our council. For more information about our event please use the link provided to check out the page with all the details and menu. 10% of sales of orders over $20.00 qualify! Don't forget to mention "KNIGHTS" … Continue reading Fish Fry Fundraiser Week 1
40 Days for Life is an innovative pro-life campaign that focuses on 40 days of prayer and fasting, 40 days of peaceful vigil at abortion facilities, and 40 days of grassroots educational outreach. The 40-day time frame is drawn from examples throughout Biblical history where God brought about world-changing transformation in 40-day periods, for example: … Continue reading 40 Days for Life
by James Davisson February 20, 2021 KofC Paul J. Trageser Council 10910 Stations of the Cross Photos by: James Davisson, Worthy Financial Secretary On February 19, 2021, the council held the first stations of the cross for the parish during lent 2021. During lent the council traditionally puts on the Fish Fry at the same … Continue reading Stations of the Cross During Covid-19
The Council has held its Free Throw competition and has announced the finalists. This annual event was held at St. Thomas More Church on Saturday, January 12, 2013.
Thirty teams entered into the competition, three from Orange County. In addition to the bocce tournament, there were fun family activities and prizes. The Orange Pumpkins were comprised of Molly Coolidge, Dave Leperi Sr, Javi Guzman and Lana Morgan. The tournament format was single elimination. "We are very thankful to St. Thomas More and … Continue reading Bocce Event Thanks
We are about to host Sister Strikes Again!: Late Nite Catechism. It is a hilarious comedy lets us laugh at ourselves as we explore our catechism. Tickets are now on sale and we had a good first weekend. More tickets are still available and you should be first in line to support this project. The box office … Continue reading Late Nite Catechism
We go through rituals and adhere to customs, but do we stop to think about why? Our church is growing because we follow the customs and traditions of our church. We embrace our catechism. It makes us stronger. Ash Wednesday was today. Take time to reflect on its meaning. It is not about being holy, it … Continue reading Ash Wednesday and Lent
What is Lent without our traditional fish fry? The Knights have been doing it for all of the years at our current church location, but its history goes way back to the '50's and our Gimghoul Road Church. We will be serving our dinners on February 24th, March 9th, and March 30th. We are serving … Continue reading Fish Fry – Feb 24th!