The Knights of Columbus was organized as a fraternal benefit society in New Haven, Connecticut in 1882 by the Rev. Michael McGivney.  The purpose of this fraternal order of laymen is to support the Church and the country by means of charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism.  It works tirelessly to reach out to widows and orphans, defending the unborn and aged, providing assistance to the hungry, the homeless, those physically and mentally challenged, and for vocations to ministry within the Church.  Membership is open to men of 18 years or older who are practicing Catholics.

Guardian Angels is home to our local Father Lynch Council #4188.   Men interested in joining the Knights of Columbus can contact Jon Reeser by e-mail at or call (248) 399 0474 or go to

The following Knights of Columbus #4188 events have been cancelled:
March 13 and March 20 – Fish Fry
March 17 and March 24 – Bingo
Look for updates in the future as they become available.
Knights of Columbus 4188 has teamed with Gleaners to help those in need. Staying at home doesn’t mean you can’t make a difference. All donations go directly to Gleaners. Click on the image below to learn more and make a donation.
Updated information from Archbishop Vigneron and the Archdiocese of Detroit|