Membership & Programs Go Hand-in-Hand

  • Membership Growth

    New members are essential to the continued growth and well-being of your council and the Order. Offering a man membership in the Knights gives him the opportunity to experience the fraternal bond that Knights share, to improve his own life and his community, while growing closer to his family and faith.
  • Programming Activities

    Knights can help make a difference in their community, their parish and the world through planed programs and activities in the areas of Church, Community, Culture of Life, Family and Youth.


Upcoming Events

    Archbishop Leonard Blair, Honorary State Chaplain, will celebrate the Annual Pro-Life Mass on Sunday, January 25, in conjunction with the parishes 10:00 am Mass at St. Mary's Church in New Haven. A Baby Shower will be held with the Mass. [Shower Info]
  • Fr. McGivney Banquet
    The Annual Fr. Michael J. McGivney Award Banquet will be held at the Aqua Turf Banquet Facility. This year's recipient is Peter Balestracci, FSW, PSD, FVSM, FM, FDD, PGK, PFN. See attached for ticket information. [More]
  • 4th Degree
    The next exemplification will be held at St. Mary's Church in New Haven. The honoree will be our Vice Supreme Master Michael Donnelly. Please note the change in schedule for the day. [Info]
  • State Convention
    The 124th Annual Meeting of the Connecticut State Council will be held at the Hartford Marriott Farmington in Farmington.

Columbian Charities of Connecticut, Inc

The charitable arm of the Connecticut State Council of the Knights of Columbus, exists to engage in and otherwise promote and escalate the welfare of the Knights of Columbus throughout Connecticut; and operate exclusively for religious, charitable, educational and/or scientific purposes. Organizations and agencies can apply for funds, please note that considerations are made throughout the year, based on various sets of criteria established by the Board of this corporation. [App]