Knights of Columbus – Hamilton Twp. Council, No. 6213

Hamilton Township Council of the Knights of Columbus received its charter on March 31, 1970. The 107 Charter Brothers came as small groups of enthusiastic friends and neighbors. They were motivated by the high ideals and principles of the Knights of Columbus; Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism; and they quickly discovered an organization whereby they could openly express their love of GOD, their love of COUNTRY, and their concern for their FELLOW MAN.

Anyone interested in joining should contact our council at 609-890-6213 or email us at

Gallant men of Knights of Columbus






Father McGivney has been Beatified.

Father McGivney portrait by Chas Fagen, 2016. Edited image.

The Knights of Columbus is an order of Catholic men and their families dedicated to promoting the ideals of charity, unity, fraternity, and patriotism. One of its primary missions is insuring that the Catholic Church remains vigorous and undiminished. From providing manpower and funds for church projects to playing a role in the life of the parish, Knights of Columbus lend their support to the church at the diocesan and local level.