Since our reactivation in 2013 we have been blessed to help so many worthy causes and people in need. We could not have done it without the help and support of our Saint Bridget’s University Parish parishioners whom we have recognized this week in the bulletin.
One of our favorite days of the year is assisting Saint Bridget University Parish with taking part in Glassboro’s Community Day. A great opportunity for us to live our calling as Missionary Disciples proudly and publicly!
What a great morning. The Knights of Assumption 3397 helped celebrate First Holy Communion with 15 great families by providing them the with rosary packets.
Great Day for Assumption 3397 as we helped deliver the donated food from the wonderful parishioners of St.Bridgets Church to Catholic Charities. Thank you to Brother Knights Ed Welsh and Neal Cullen for all of your help. Couldn’t have done it without you.
With the cold months in full force we headed back to Camden with 100 meals to distribute to the homeless in New Jersey’s poorest cities. As our motto says: in service to one, in service to all.
Thank you to the Saint Bridget University Parish and Rowan Catholic Campus Ministry communities for joining us today after the morning Masses for our annual Big Game Breakfast! It is always our pleasure to serve up a hearty meal. We were especially touched by all the fellowship we experienced during the breakfasts. We very much appreciate your support of…
The Knights of Assumption 3397 were once again honored to host the annual spelling bee at Saint Michael the Archangel Regional School this year along with fellow knights from our District 53 councils: #6890 and #7032. Congratulations to first place winner James Haugh, second place winner Tori Keegan, and third place winner Joseph Cosgrove! And thank you…
One of the hallmarks of the Knights of Columbus is youth activities, and chief among them may be the annual free throw contest! This year we were thrilled to partner with Saint Michael the Archangel Regional School and our fellow local Knights in Clayton and Glassboro to help put on this year’s contest!
If there’s one thing Knights love is to do a service project, even better when it’s decorating the church for Christmas!
We were thrilled to march with our brother knights from councils around the area, as well as Colombian Squires, at tonight’s Christmas Parade in Pitman! It’s always a great evening to wish the multitudes lined up along the parade route a “Merry Christmas!!!”