"Bridging Council Action!"
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Is your council "truly relevant?" What will your council do to engage members and families, and attract new ones? Faith in Action is our new Program Service Model which will help every council provide meaningful programs that attract and engage helping councils to be relevant! Father Michael McGivney, our founder, most certainly put "Faith into Action" and so should your council!
By putting our faith into actions we can address the pressing needs of our parish and community, today; in the very same way that Fr. McGivney did, in 1882!
THRIVING K OF C COUNCILS DEVELOP A CULTURE OF CHARITY, UNITY AND FRATERNITY IN FAITHFUL SERVICE TO THE CHURCH AND COMMUNITY
“When people see our actions, they want to join the Knights. Indeed, among the more than 16,000 KofC councils worldwide, there is no shortage of those that lead by example — practicing the founding principles; serving the parish and community in countless ways; growing membership; and helping to protect the financial security of members and their families.
Bridging Council Action!
Thursday - June 28, 2018 at 8:30 PM
Register and Attend - Bridging Council Action - For All Officers
Fraternal Training Sessions are conducted live and then available on-demand at a time and place convenient to individual members.
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SK Gary Nolan
Vice President for Fraternal Education, Training and Ceremonials
Brother Nolan is a fourth generation Knights of Columbus member. He was a Star Council Grand Knight, Star District Deputy and formed a new council. After serving three years as Illinois State Membership Director, he moved into elected state council offices. He was elected to two terms as State Advocate, State Secretary and then State Deputy.
He is an active ceremonialist serving on all teams and greatly enjoys being a Third Degree Conferring Officer and a Fourth Degree Historian. Sir Knight Nolan served as Faithful Navigator and Master of the Fourth Degree Illinois District #2.
In 2003 he accepted the position of Director of Ceremonials, and in 2013 he was charged with the responsibility to build a multi-level Fraternal Leader training platform and now serves as Vice President for Fraternal Training and Ceremonials.