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Knights of Columbus, Coldwater Council 1991

Welcome to our council's website. The Knights of Columbus Coldwater Council 1991 offers men a common bond of fraternity while becoming involved in council, parish, community, and youth activities.

It also offers expanded leadership opportunities. Its members receive Columbia magazine monthly and have the opportunity to purchase top quality life insurance in a variety of policy plans for themselves and their families.

The Knights of Columbus is recognized as one of the world’s leading organizations of Catholic laymen.

The Knights of Columbus was founded in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1882 by Father Michael J. McGivney.
The Coldwater Council was founded and chartered on July 13, 1919, with 39 members. Today’s membership stands at approximately 627.

A Brother Knight believes in strong family values, support of our youth, and a close relationship with Christ through prayer and action.

These beliefs are accomplished by supporting the Catholic Church in promoting religious vocations, community involvement, help for the needy, morality in the media, and the pro-life movement.