Knights of Columbus

Knights of Columbus Council 14716

Fish Fryday

Join the SDTK Knights of Columbus for our first Lenten ‘fish fry’ on Friday, March 8th from 5-7 PM in the Great Hall. We’ll be serving tavern-battered Alaskan Pollock along with French fries, cole slaw, dinner roll, beverages and dessert. For you non-fish-eaters, we’ll also have Mac & Cheese with the same sides. You can also BYOB. We’ll feed you well and have you out in time to catch the Stations of the Cross starting at 7 PM. Tickets will be on sale in the Gathering Space after each Mass during the weekends of Feb. 24-25 and March 2-3. See you then, and Happy Fryday!

The Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest Catholic family fraternal service organization with over 2 million members. It is dedicated to the principles of Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism. Central to the organization’s purpose is service to the Roman Catholic Church, the parish, and the local community with particular emphasis on family, faith, and friendship.

If you have thought of “doing something” for the community but didn’t know where to start, how about right here, with us! You will be instrumental in shaping the direction of our Council as we serve the Church and help others. The rewards are many. The experience is unforgettable!

Some of our activities include:

  • St. David the King parish picnic, pancake breakfasts and spaghetti dinners
  • “Coats for Kids” program
  • “Send A Hero Home for the Holidays” program
  • Gift cards to Mercer County Veterans Services
  • “Eyes For The Needy” program

Some benefits of membership:

  • Fellowship with Catholic men
  • Activities for families and youth (both social and athletic)
  • Leadership development
  • Scholarships
  • Columbia magazine
  • Insurance benefits
  • And many more…

For more information contact one of our St. David the King Council 14716 membership committee members:

Norbert Mendes


Nicholas Cheniara