Wear your favorite football jersey and join us on Sunday, February 5, 2017 from 9:30 am to Noon for breakfast and fellowship after the morning Masses. Start your day with our delicious pancakes, sausage & gravy, eggs, bacon, warm syrup, orange juice, tea, lemonade, and coffee.
We’ll be serving breakfast in the Parish Hall below Saint Bridget’s Church, 202 Ellis St., Glassboro, NJ 08028.
Proceeds from the breakfast benefit the charitable works of the Knights of Columbus Assumption Council 3397.
Children 5 and under are free
$7 at the door
Families of 5 or more pay flat rate of $25
Rowan student organizations who attend with five or more members will receive a service letter.
Pre-register on the Assumption Council’s Pancake Breakfast page to receive the $5 early bird price!
Grand Knight Jim Cosgrove and Trustee Dom Scarcella were thrilled to attend the recent First Holy Communion masses for both English and Hispanic communities of St. Bridget’s Parish. Each child was presented with gifts from our council.
Grand Knight Jim Cosgrove had the pleasure to dine with Fr. Matthew Webber, Fr. Michael Goyette, fellow GK’s, DD’s, FS’s, etc, and show the appreciation of Knights everywhere towards our clergy at the 2016 Pride in Our Priests Banquet. Big thanks to Adelphia for providing and outstanding meal. Good to see such a great turnout for this wonderful event. Vivat Jesus!
The Knights of St. Bridget’s are always ready to help and engage with the various ministries in our parish. We were recently overjoyed to be welcomed in by the Catholic Campus Ministry of Rowan University. On Wednesday nights during the school year, Rowan CCM opens its doors to the community for faith and fellowship dinners. On April 6, we were happy to provide dinner and dine with the Catholic students of Rowan. Thank’s to our chef (and financial secretary) Neal Cullen, all those in attendance enjoyed a fantastic barbeque dinner! We are very excited to work with the students of Rowan CCM in the future! Go Profs!
Our Knights assisted the Compassionate Care Ministry of St. Bridget’s Parish with assembling Easter baskets. These ladies do an outstanding job dedicating their time and own money to live out the Holy Father’s message of helping those in need!
Many thanks to our worthy Trustee Ray Iacovone for coordinating the collection and distribution of St. Bridget’s Parish’s donated foods as part of the diocesan FaithFULL Food Drive campaign on March 6. It was a great showing this year and we in no small part helped the diocese exceed their goal!
Thank you to everyone who came out and supported our annual pancake breakfast fundraiser on February 7. Our Knights hope you all liked the tasty vittles. We are always happy to serve our community!