Chapter Announcements

Welcome to the Ocean County Chapter of the Knights of Columbus.  With 18 member Councils throughout the County, we represent over 4,000 brother Knights and their families.

Our Chapter meets at 8:00pm on the 2nd Monday of each month, we have a “traveling gavel” to enable the Chapter officers and the representatives from each Council to visit the other Councils throughout the County.

The Chapter serves as a clearing house for Councils to discuss their various programs; to offer support to member Councils; to coordinate various Degrees and events; and to serve as a forum for member Councils to discuss their particular needs.

The Councils in the Ocean County Chapter host a very diverse array of Programs throughout the year. Please check the Calendar area to see what events are upcoming.

2021 Installation of Officers

Polar Bear Plunge

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Upcoming Chapter Events

No events are scheduled within the next 60 days.

Chapter Officers

Download Council Monthly Report

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Please download and print the Council Monthly Report and the Council Degree Count.


2019-2020 Meeting Locations

Attached is the list of the Meeting Locations for the current Colombian Year.



Send a Hero Home for the Holidays

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The 6th Annual Send a Hero Home for the Holidays Sponsored by the Trenton Diocesan Federation. Please donate to this special cause. Every dollar counts. Download the form below. Thank you!


Download Baby Bottle Forms

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Like to run the "Baby Bottle Boom-a-Rang Program"? Need Baby Bottles? Belong to the Ocean County Chapter? Download the Baby Bottle Request Form and bring it to the next Chapter Meeting. Scheduled Drives:



Supreme Knight Announces New Marian Prayer Program

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Continuing a decades-long tradition, the Knights of Columbus launched their sixteenth international prayer program this August. The new program, dedicated to the Blessed Mother under te title of Our Lady Help of Persecuted Christians, was announced by Supreme Knight Carl Anderson at the Organizat

Night at the BlueClaws

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The 2nd NJ District Color Guard, led by Master Chris Tomasello, Sr., Commander Albert delTufo and joined by Joseph Landicino, presented the Colors on the field before the Lakewood BlueClaws game on Sept 1. The BlueClaws gave us a suite to watch the game afterward. The BlueClaws scored an 8 -7 com


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To kick off this program the Trenton Diocese Federation designed and purchased 1,050 magnetic bumper stickers with the Order’s logo in juxtaposition with a generic police shield and the statement “Shoulder to Shoulder – With our Brothers in Blue”. These are to be offered t


The purpose of the program is to keep the phrase one nation “Under God” in the public eye, as well as in the Pledge of Allegiance. In 1951, a movement to add "under God" to the Pledge of Allegiance was organized. As you probably know, this movement was begun by a resolution adopted by

Prayer for Traditional Marriage

Rev. Msgr Michael Mannion, Auxiliary State Chaplain, has composed a prayer in support of traditional 1 man - 1 woman marriage. Please pray this prayer and contact your elected officials expressing your concerns on this issue: O Lord, Creator of life and lover of your children, We give you thanks

Ocean County Chapter

September 13, 2021
8:00 pm
130 St Maximilian Way
Toms River, NJ 08757 US
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Bishop David M. O'Connell, C.M.

The Shepherd's Voice

Domestic Church Media/WFJS Catholic radio presents ‘The Shepherd’s Voice’, a LIVE call-in talk show featuring Bishop David M. O’Connell, C.M. of the Diocese of Trenton and DCM hosts Jim and Cheryl Manfredonia.

Every First Friday from 3 to 4 p.m. Listen live on WFJS 1260 AM in Mercer and Burlington Counties and WFJS 89.3 FM in Monmouth and Ocean Counties, or, listen to the encore broadcast on