New Hyde Park Knights of Columbus
Council #2852

New Hyde Park
Knights of Columbus

Back in 1942 fifty-eight male residents of the New Hyde Park area felt that they wanted to get involved in religion, in charity, in a united organization, and in each other. The answer to their needs was The Knights of Columbus. Requirements, as set forth by Supreme, were met by eager men who knew what they wanted. On February 15, 1942 , New Hyde Park Council #2852 became a reality. The framed charter, bears these fifty-eight names.

New Hyde Park Council is particularly pleased with an innovative idea that one of its leaders planned and turned into one of our proudest hours. In 1984, the first annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony took place in New Hyde Park. Since that time the celebration has been expanded, through a New York State Resolution, to Councils throughout the nation and elsewhere. This conceived plan to combine the spiritual beauty of the coming of Christ with the fraternal strength of our Knights has been the most successful endeavor of this Council since the dedication of its home. This event has made this Council proud.

Our Council is also proud of those members who initiated a wake service for the deceased. Our service was later recognized as the official New York State Wake Service, which has been adopted by Councils throughout the state.

Our Council also began a Special Olympics Program, that is thriving today, and all invovled are very proud of this program. New York State and the Nassau Chapter have honored our program as one of the best in New York State.

 

New Hyde Park Council

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Business Meeting

Second Tuesday of the month, 8 P.M.

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Officers Meeting

Second Tuesday of the month, 7:30 P.M.

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NHP Charity Foundation

Third Tuesday of the month, 8 P.M.

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Open Meeting

Fourth Tuesday of the Month, 8 P.M.

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Senior Club

First and Third Wednesday of the Month, 11 A.M.

Congratulations !
to the winners of the Knights of Columbus Essay and Poster Contests. Students who particiapted are from the Notre Dame and Our Lady of the Snows Parishes

Proudly Serving the Churches in Our Community

Holy
Spirit

Notre
Dame

Our Lady
of the Snows

Columbiettes Information

Why Join the Columbiettes?

Columbiettes are ordinary women who are proud of reaching out and
helping those less fortunate in their communities and around the world.

They are also committed to the preservation of family life.

Our size doesn't alter the fact that we are an organization that addresses the religious needs of the Church and Community
where we live, worship, work and play.

To maximize your enjoyment and personal contributions, there are no specific requirements or amounts of time to spend within the organization. Everyone in the Columbiettes participates at whatever level of commitment that makes her comfortable.

We offer you the opportunity to give back to your community at well as your Parish.

We Need You To Be The Hands Of Christ

A unified body of Catholic women who work
side-by-side with The Knights of Columbus

Columbiettes meet monthly:
2nd Wednesday of the month, 7:30 PM
Holy Spirit Church, Martin Hall

Columbiettes Officers
Phyllis Thomas    President
Christine Natale-Qunonez    Vice President
Christine Pollakusky    Secretary
Kathleen Beganskas    Treasurer
Justine Aron    Financial Secretary
Ann Marie Cusumano    Sentinel
Marguerite Restivo    Past President
Chaplains: Fr. Frank Grieco, Holy Spirit    Fr. Kevin McBrien,
Our Lady Of Snows    Fr. Joseph Scolaro, Notre Dame Parish