St. Joseph’s KOC found a lady named Agueda from St. Matthew’s in Surrey who needed a wheelchair. WDGK brother Ernie and GK Dennis Kwan delivered the wheelchair to her last Friday. She was very happy to have her own wheels. Many thanks to our DD who acquired the wheel chair for brother Stefan Lopert. When he […]
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KEEP CHRIST IN CHRISTMAS CONCERT The Knights of Columbus have received much feedback that the recent Parish Christmas concert was a runaway success! For allowing the Knights to be a part of this year’s Christmas concert, the Knights would like to thank Choir Director Jeff Cabralda and all the Parish Choirs as well as the […]
3rd degree exemplification of brother Patrick Grant at Canadian Martyrs, Richmond on November 14, 2015. Congratulations bro Patrick, you are now a full knight!!
The Remembrance Day Parade and Ceremony at the Port Moody Legion Cenotaph. Our brother Joe Johnston (who is also a veteran and 4th degree knight) laid the wreath for the “Forgotten Soldiers”.
For the first time this year, we also participated in a joint district (all 4 councils of our district) Remembrance Day Ceremony at Blue Mountain Park with laying of a cross wreath.
Please give a warm welcome to our two new brothers, Brother Victor Peterson and Brother Terry O’Neill. The 1st degree initiation was on October 22, 2015, and three councils from the district participated in the event. A total of five candidates were initiated, of whom two were from our council (Brother Victor & Brother Terry). […]
Our very own PGK Mark Pan was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation for his many accomplishments in KOC. Congratulations PGK Mark Pan, you deserve it!
The KOC of St. Joseph’s Parish held a pub night at the Frog & Nightgown Pub in Coquitlam. Everyone enjoyed their beers, burgers, and fries. It was great seeing the members of KOC being social! A big thanks to WGK Dennis for organizing the event.
St. Joseph’s Parish Summer Picnic was one to remember! It was Fr. Thomas’ first summer picnic with the members of the St Joseph’s parish. Our very own District Deputy, Mark Pan, entertained the crowd with his skills on the guitar. Many of our fellow parishioners attended the picnic, and combined with the perfect weather. It was indeed a very joyful and fun-filled Sunday afternoon. Thank you all for attending and God bless!