The Sacred Heart Knights of Columbus council Free Throw Championship competition details and entry forms are now available.
The Sacred Heart council is honored to receive the Contest of Champions award for the Michigan district. The award was presented by our district deputy Bob Grove at our December 14th council meeting.
The Contest of Champions Award is presented to two councils in each state jurisdiction: the council with the highest percentage growth in membership, and the council with the highest numerical gain in membership. No application is required for this award as eligibility is automatically determined by the Supreme Council.
The Sacred Heart council is honored to be recognized for our work in membership and programs. Thank you to all the men of the council who helped bring this award to Sacred Heart. View a picture from the presentation here.
Are you tired of hearing “Seasons Greetings?”
More than ever Americans need to remember the real reason for the Christmas Season. Click here to find out what the Sacred Heart Knights of Columbus are doing to help the community remember to keep Christ in Christmas.
Sacred Heart Academy, the Sacred Heart Knights of Columbus, Altar Rosary Society and parishioners of Sacred Heart collaborated to brighten Christmas for local families in need with the 3rd annual Christmas Market. Our goal is to bring the joy of Christmas to their families as the Magi did on the first Epiphany. Get more details and see pictures from this year’s Christmas Markets here.
Are you tired of hearing “Seasons Greetings?” The Sacred Heart Knights are working on projects to help remind the community to “Keep Christ in Christmas.” Find out more here.
The 3rd annual All Saints party was bigger and better than ever. Follow this link to see pictures.
The Knights of Columbus started to provide relief to persecuted Christians from the Middle East in August 2014. Until recently, many people were ignoring the issue. A CNN story posted on in late February stated that the Christian population in Iraq which was approximately 1.5 million a decade ago has dropped to less than 150,000. As more Christians leave everything behind and flee for their lives the Knights are there providing relief. Click here to find out more and see what you can do to help.
Before the Holy Cross Services Haven closed, the Sacred Heart Knights of Columbus prepared hot breakfasts for the boys housed on the northeast side of Grand Rapids. Follow this link to find out more.
The Sacred Heart Knights of Columbus are working with Sacred Heart Academy to sponsor a council essay contest which is associated with the Knight’s Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest. The essay theme is “The Importance of Religious Freedom.” The contest is open to all Catholic students from grade 6 – 12 in the Sacred Heart Parish area.