Knights of Nativity
The Knights of Columbus is the world's largest Catholic family fraternal service organization. The Knights are Catholic men dedicated to Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism. To learn more about the Knight of Columbus organization, please check our About the Knights page. This site represents the activities of Our Council for the Church of the Nativity parish in Leawood, KS.
Thank you to all who supported our tootsie roll drive. We collected a total of $2372.00 which will go to support the Lakemary Center, the Down Syndrome Guild, and the Kansas Special Olympics.
The Knights annual Christmas party is Thursday, December 12th from 6:00 - 9:00pm at the new Fiorella's Event space, 9000 W 137th St, Overland Park, KS. There is not a business meeting and we encourage wives to attend. The cost is $35 per guest. RSVP required. Checks can be dropped off at Parish office or pay online below.
Football Raffle Results
Order Amount Ticket# Winner Council
1st $500 2325 Mike Carnelia Ascension
2nd $100 6455 Mike O’Connell St. Michaels
3rd $100 1191 United FidelityFunding Holy Trinity
4th $100 4632 Joe Bormann Holy Spirit
5th $100 1329 Sheila Berry Holy Trinity
6th $50 5225 Nadyne Jackson Nativity
7th $50 5824 Steve Mendenhall Nativity
8th $50 1457 Kathy Mayer Holy Trinity
9th $50 4862 Randall Stevenson Nativity
10th $50 0869 Lindsay Vaughan Holy Trinity
11th $50 4994 Jane Vega Nativity
12th $50 0942 Judy Brownawell Holy Trinity
13th $50 4635 Linda,Tom,Maggie Faber Holy Spirit
How do I Join?
If you would like to join our Church of the Nativity council of the Knights of Columbus, the initial process is done online at knights.net and clicking JOIN to fill out the registration form and paying the $30 current calendar year eMember dues. To ensure we get notified properly from Supreme, please include our local council #11067 and our membership director's member number (see images below or here) during the signup process. (If there is a specific council member solely responsible for you joining, please contact us and we can email you their member number prior to registering.)
Once you have registered, we will contact you to schedule a first degree ceremony to attend and this will allow you to transfer into our council. The first degree ceremonies are normally scheduled during our regular monthly council meetings. Our local membership contact is Gene Zwolinski and his phone number is 913-827-8014.