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Brother Knights in service of the Lord

St. Nicholas Council 7011
Knights of Columbus
Sterling Heights Michigan

NEXT EVENTS

Lent 2024 Events

  • Feb 14 - Ash Wednesday

  • Feb 16 - Fish Fry 4-7 pm

  • Feb 23 - Fish Fry 4-7 pm

  • Mar 1 - Fish Fry 4-7 pm

  • Mar 7 - St Nick's Business Meeting 7 pm

  • Mar 8 - Fish Fry 4-7 pm

  • Mar 14 - BVM 4th Degree Mtg 7 pm

  • Mar 15 - Fish Fry 4-7 pm

  • Mar 16 - St Patrick's Day Dinner 6 pm

  • Mar 28 - St Nick's Officer's Mtg 7 pm

  • Mar 22 - Fish Fry 4-7 pm

  • Mar 29 -  Good Friday - NO Fish Fry

  • Mar 31 - Easter Sunday

April 2024

  • April 1 "Join Us" and become a Knight in less than an hour at our Family Night with 1st-3rd Degree Exemplification Ceremony at St. Cyrils Fr Mikas Hall and then dinner at 6 pm. Contact Eric at GK7011@mikofc.org for details

  • April 13 & 14 - MI Tootsie Roll Drive

  • April 14 - Pancake Breakfast St Rene

  • April 20 - 4th Degree Exemplification for Michigan District #1 at St Cyril & Methodius -  Fr. Mikas Hall 9 am

2024 EVENTS

  • Other 2024 Event Dates

  • State Knights Spelling Bee Registration in Essexville MI on Sat, March 9, 12pm – 1pm

  • State Free Throw Finals in Mt Pleasant on Sun, March 17, 1pm – 4pm

  • Michigan State Council Hockey Knight at Red Wings vs. Sabres Game at LCA on Sun, April 7, 1pm – 4pm
     

St. Nicholas Council 7011

Supporting brothers, families, and faith. Come Join us!

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Ss. Cyril & Methodius Slovak Catholic Church

St Nicholas Council 7011 meets at 7 pm on the first Thursday of every month in Activities Center of Ss. Cyril and Methodius Roman Catholic Church located at 41233 Ryan Road, Sterling Heights, MI 48314.

St Nicholas Council 7011 serves and supports the Roman Catholic parishes of St Rene Goupil  and Ss Cyril and Methodius parishes.  Both parishes are on Ryan Road in Sterling Heights, Michigan.

Membership is welcome to all practical adult Catholic Men.  Contact us if you are interested in becoming a member at 7011.knights.mi@gmail.com

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Our Four Principles

The Knights of Columbus have four core principles that provide us strength and guidance through all of the good works that we strive to perform.

1. CHARITY

​Our Catholic faith teaches us to “Love thy neighbor as thyself.” Members of the Knights of Columbus show love for their neighbors through numerous ways in serving our parishes and communities.

2. UNITY

​None of us is as good as all of us. Members of the Knights of Columbus all know that – together – we can accomplish far more than any of us could individually. So we stick together…we support one another.  You can count on the support and encouragement of your brother Knights as you work to make life better in your parish and community.

3. FRATERNITY

Venerable Michael J. McGivney founded the Knights of Columbus, in large part, to provide assistance to the widows and children left behind when the family breadwinner died – often prematurely. Through the Knights of Columbus, men are able to band together to help one another in various times of distress, sickness, and death.

4.  PATRIOTISM

We are proud of our devotion to God and country, and believe in standing up for both. Whether it’s in public or private, the Knights remind the world that Catholics support their nations. 

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Activities of Council 7011

St Nick's Council hosts a variety of different events

each year including:

  • Corporate communions to celebrate the Eucharist together

  • fish fries to support the parish and organizations during lent

  • Tootsie Roll drives to support the mentally impaired

  • Clergy Appreciation and support for seminarians

  • Memorial mass remembering those that once among us

  • Family get together events each season

  • Assist the parish and pastors for festivals and other special events

  • Fourth Degree patriot assembly supports veterans and provides color corps for events like the flag retirement ceremony

  • Support for brothers, families, and those in need.

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HELPING TO SPREAD FAITH & LOVE

Charitable Donations can be made through our national website at www.kofc.org

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