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The Knights of Columbus at Incarnation are always looking for new members to help in serving our parish and the community. The Knights are a Catholic fraternal organization that is centered on the Church's charitable works. Our council sponsors many events throughout the year including: breakfasts on the first Sunday of each month, annual blood drive, a chicken barbecue, St. Patrick's Day social and various other social events. Proceeds from these events benefit not only our Parish but also pregnancy crisis centers and homes in this county. We share our Catholic faith with one another through these works as well as through prayer. Please consider joining the Incarnation Council #6364. For additional information contact Louis at 609-254-1807.

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Knights of Columbus Mission Statement

Mission: The Knights of Columbus is a Fraternal Organization who’s mission is to provide service to the church and community. 

Programs:  Our council sponsors many events throughout the year.  We host a breakfast on the first Sunday of each month, an Annual Blood drive, a Chicken Barbeque, a St. Patrick’s Day Social, a variety of other social events, and we offer scholarships to children within the parish. 

Membership:  Council 6364 currently has 179 members.  Of those members 78 are insured members.  Insurance in the Knights of Columbus is optional; however, the insurance program is worth investigating.  To get additional information about the insurance program and the benefits afforded to you as a member contact our insurance agent William Fahy at 856-264-3477. 

Degrees:         The Knights of Columbus have four   degrees that all members are    encouraged to attain.  The degrees are Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism.  Those attaining fourth degree status also have the option of joining the color corps. 

Meetings:  Our Council meets on the second and fourth Mondays of the month.  The business meeting starts at 7:30 with the regular meeting beginning at 8:00.  Light refreshments are served after the meeting with time to socialize 

The Knights of  Columbus  has been called “the strong right arm of the Church,” and has been praised by popes, presidents and other  world leaders for its support of the Church, programs of evangelization, civic involvement and aid to those in need.

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