Welcome to the web site for the Rev. E. G. Rosenberger Council 5779!  Our Council is part of the Knights of Columbus, serving the Catholic Community of South Windsor CT.  Please take a look at our activities and the Photo Gallery, and if you like what you see, contact us and let us know!

Council Awards Scholarships to South Windsor Seniors

Congratulations to Knights of Columbus scholarship winners Milena Gallo, Conner Gerrity, Nathan Grivers, Vivian Ngo, Matthew Pelletier, and Elizabeth Savidge.  All six winners will be attending college in the fall.  To find out more about our winners, click on the button below.

Father Michael McGivney Mass at Holy Land

Archbishop Leonhard Blair will celebrate Mass at the Holy Land in Waterbury CT on Saturday August 11 at 5PM.  The Mass is part of a celebration of the life of the founder of the Knights of Columbus.  If you would like to attend, click below for more details.

Friday "Knights" Bingo

Make your Friday special by joining us for Bingo!  Every Friday night (except for Good Friday) you can join us for Bingo at the St. Margaret Mary Church hall at 80 Hayes Road in South Windsor CT.  Proceeds benefit The St. Vincent de Paul Society of South Windsor and the South Windsor Food and FuelBank.  Come early and enjoy dinner prepared by the Knights' own team of chefs.  Find out for yourself why this is the place to be on Friday "Knight"! Click Here for more details.  


First Council Meeting for the new Fraternal Year will be September 12 at 7PM at St. Francis of Assisi Church Hall.  Come at 6PM for grinders and refreshments and to share some social time with your Brother Knights.

District Deputy and Insurance Representatives:  Our District Deputy is         Dave McDermott, and our Insurance Field Agent is Oscar Mejia.  Oscar looks forward to working with our members on any insurance matters.  He can be reached at 860-906-2238, or at Oscar.Mejia@kofc.org.

The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic fraternal organization founded in New Haven, Connecticut in 1882 by Father Michael J. McGivney.  It is based on the principles of Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism.  Its international membership is over 1.7 million and each year its brotherhood contributes many millions of dollars and man-hours to many local, regional and national charitable endeavors.

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