Knights of Columbus

About Us

The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic men’s family, fraternal, and service organization, founded to help members remain steadfast in their faith, to promote closer ties of fraternity among members, and to provide for the widows and children of deceased members. Over the last century it has become an organization of over 1.8 million members in the United States and several other countries.


The Knights support the community in the surrounding area and further in a variety of ways.   One that we are most proud of is the Appalachia Home Building Project where we partner with a Christian non-profit organization based out of Omaha, Nebraska to build homes for one of the poorest counties in the USA.  Nativity and the Council now provide on average over 80% of the funding and crew members for the entire building effort and we have participated in building 20 homes.

Appalachia Home Building

Join Us

All Catholic men 18 and over are invited to join us in service to our God, Church, Community and Nation. The Knights at Nativity belong to the Father Vincent Sikora Council, No. 7992, established in 1982. The Council has over 450 members and is very active. We sponsor activities for:

  • Church (Coffee Social Ministry, March for Life, Ushers, Nativity School Tuition grants)
  • Community (Special Olympics, KOVAR, Food for Others, Red Cross Blood Drives, assistance to Burke Lake Gardens)
  • Youth (Boy Scouts, Youth Work Camp, Soccer & Basketball Challenge)
  • And other numerous parish & community support activities.

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