In May, 2018 the Assembly formed a by-laws committee to review and consider updates to our current by-laws. The committee
recommended several changes be made, as the by-laws were last updated in June 1990. A motion was brought forth at our July 11th,
meeting to approve the new by-laws,and the final vote was held at our October meeting as we had more than 20 members present which was required to make changes to the by-laws. By UNANIMOUS vote of all members present, the new by-laws were officially passed by the Assembly!
Next steps are to submit to the Supreme Advocate for his review and approval.
Special thanks to the SK Martin Kozicki, PFN, PGK for his work to update the by-laws and to the Assembly officers for their careful review and consideration of this important document.
Worthy Sir Knights of St Francis of Assisi 2136
It is my great privelege to introduce to you our newest Sir Knights joining our Assembly. These men were exemplified into the Fourth Degree on Saturday,
September 14, 2019
SK Chris Eberly - Fr. Arnold Kosco Coucil 12808
SK Caleb Marquard - Our Lady of Victory Council 14427
We welcome you both to St. Francis of Assisi Assembly and look forward to your participation in our Assembly!
St. Francis of Assisi 2136
Fall Harvest District Meeting and Dinner
Sunday November 3rd, 2019
Location: DeCarlo-s Baquet Center
6015 E 10 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48091
Time: 2:00 pm
Men will attend the District Meeting
Lovely ladies will be packing boxes to be sent to active Military Troops care of Desert Angels.
Attire: Men - Sports Coat and Dress Slacks
Ladies - Casual, pants encouraged
Dinner: Follows meeting and packing party - 5:00 pm
Please contact FN Gary Mallia if you are interested in attending.
Looking for the following items to be donated.
MI Holiday Party
When: Wednesday, November 13th 6:00 pm
Location: St. Priscilla Activity Center
19120 Purlingbrook, Livonia, MI
Please contact FN Gary Mallia for more information.
Veteran's Wreath Laying Ceremony
When: Saturday, December 14th 12:00 noon
Location: Oakwood Cemeter
Grand River Avenue just west of Shiawasee Road, Farmington
Please contact SK Alex Franz at 248-971-5893 for more information.
Adopt-a-Vet family Christmas Program
Our Assembly will “adopt” 2 veterans families and purchase some gifts for each member of the family. Program chaired SK Tom Rancour works with the organization “Vets Returning Home” to select two local families in need. SKs of our Assembly will purchase and wrap a few gifts for each family member and will deliver them to the families around Christmas. This is one of my favorite events as we put “feet to our faith” and see the impact on the families that our efforts bring. For more information, please contact SK Tom at 248-346-4410.
The Knights of Columbus is the world's largest Catholic fraternal service organization founded in 1882 by the Venerable Michael J. McGiveny in New Haven, Connecticut. Currently, the Knights have over 1.8 million members across the Unites States as well as its territories, military bases and other countries around the world.
The 4th degree knights participate in and support patriotic organizationa and efforts, especially those supporting the military and veterans. Additionally, the Honor Guard tends to be the face of the Knights of Columbus, participating in parades, church events and other community events.