About Council 15234The Holy Family Knights of Columbus held its 2020-2021 Officer Installation ceremony on Saturday, July 18.
Who We Are
Our Leadership Team
The Holy Family Catholic Church, Council 15234 was founded in 2011. The council works closely with the Holy Family Catholic Church.
Our council is part of many organizations within the Holy Family community that work together to support our Church leaders, our Church members, and our community as a whole. The Holy Family Council is located at the Holy Family Catholic Church just east of Wilson Pike at the entrance to Crockett Park.
2020-2021 Officer Installation
The Holy Family Knights of Columbus held its 2020-2021 Officer Installation ceremony on Saturday, July 18. From L to R in the photo are Chaplin Fr. Anthony Stewart, Trustee Jim Lusher, Outside Guard Bill Word, Trustee Bill Curry, Chancellor Marc Steger, Deputy Grand Knight George Oubre, Grand Knight George Baker, Trustee Dan Brodbeck, Financial Secretary Dave Castor, Warden Dan Larason, Treasurer Bob Nolte, and District Deputy Joe Connell. Absent from the photo are Recorder Mark Sharp, Advocate T.A. Smith, Inside Guard Nick Castor and Lecturer Len Serafino.
Our Beliefs & Values
No matter what stage you are in your life, we are all on a journey together. Join us as role models in a world that needs men who lead, serve, protect and defend.
“[We must] deepen our commitment to the very principles which define us: charity, unity, and fraternity.”
– Supreme Knight Carl Anderson
Our goal is to strengthen men and their families in the Catholic faith. Formation in our faith goes beyond mere facts or religious practice to an authentic connection with a loving God and his son Jesus Christ.
Father McGivney sought to strengthen the bonds of families in his parish and the Knights of Columbus. These programs, created for families by families, help us to live this call.
Knights are called to serve others. Our first principle is Charity – at home with our families and in our communities. When Knights of Columbus members come together they accomplish great things.
The Knights of Columbus vigorously defends the dignity of each human being at every stage of life.
“Today the Knights of Columbus continue their work of evangelical charity and fraternity in a variety of fields,” the pope said on Feb. 10. “I think in particular of your faithful witness to the sacredness and dignity of human life, evident at both the local and national levels.”