Holy Trinity Parish • St. Matthew Church in Plymouth, NH
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St. Matthew Church

Church and Community

Holy Family Council and its members offer financial support as well as involvement for St. Matthews Church and Holy Trinity Parish

Prayer for the Unborn

Holy Family Council maintains attention for lives passed before their chance to live

K of C Events

Annual events provide a variety of benefits including funding for Knight's charities as well as parish fellowship and brothers spending time together

A Grand Knight's Welcome

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Being a Knight has made me want to be a better person.  There is nothing better than being around faith filled men with integrity.  I see so many Christian men in our council doing so many good things.  Helping a widow with financial needs, getting vehicles repaired, assisting our priest and hosting events for our church community like the monthly breakfast and annual dinner/auction. We give out scholarships annually to graduating high school seniors and we sponsor many local non-profits that are working hard to strengthen our community. Some of the organizations that we have assisted include Community Closet, Haven Pregnancy Center, Doug Dicenzo Camp Fund, Steubenville Retreat, Homeless Shelter, local food pantries and Boy Scouts to name just a few. We also help brother Knights in time of need as well as support for our parish. I am proud to be associated with the Knights of Columbus!

Ephesians 2-10 “For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.”

Thank you, 

Richard E. Manzi Jr.

Grand Knight, Holy Family Council #10307

Richard E. Manzi Jr., Grand Knight, Holy Family Council #10307

Upcoming Events

Plymouth K of C Annual Spaghetti Supper & Auction at Plymouth Senior Center, November 17th, 2018

17 Nov 2018 | 05:00 pm - 09:00 pm
ANNUAL K OF C SPAGHETTI SUPPER/AUCTION IS ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2018 AT 5:00 PM The event will be held at the Plymouth Senior Center, 8 Depot St in Plymouth behind downtown. A short 2 minute drive or 10 minute walk from St Matthew’s if coming after 4:00 mass. Usual menu will include
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Featured News from HFC #10307

Capt. Doug DiCenzo Golf Tournament

John Boyle takes advantage of a day on the course representing Plymouth HFC #10307 at the 12th Annual Capt. Douglas Dicenzo Memorial Golf Tournament… Again, hard at work! The event, held at Owl’s Nest Golf Course in Campton, NH benefits the Doug DiCenzo Camp Fund in which the council offers financial support each year. For more info on camp, follow link…...
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Knights…They’re Everywhere!

At a recent Memorial Day event, I began to think as I was taking photos at the downtown parade and memorial. I noticed Brother Knights, not in regalia, but acting as local citizens taking part in the town’s event and playing a role in the community. Yes, I noticed Knights in parade as a local politician and another proudly marching with the Boy Scouts. As I look through...
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Holy Family Council Active in 2016

Again, Plymouth Knights of Columbus had an active year in support to the local community. With fundraising activities such as monthly breakfasts, spaghetti supper/auction and Boogie & Blues traffic control/parking, the council is able to offer financial support for a variety of worthy causes. Among these include support for Holy Trinity Parish, college scholarships, youth...
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Knights #10307 Support Day Away Program

This past year, Ron and Fran Olson visited the Plymouth Council to inform us about their program. They explain in their mission that they provide a period of respite for the caregivers of eligible individuals in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease or related type of dementia by providing a social daycare program. This could be a great relief for those who are working...
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Knights in Action

The Knights of HFC #10307 enjoy the work they do together — and the good it yields in the community.  View galleries of Knights in Action or Selfless Selfies.  From breakfasts to auctions to pig roasts, the Knights of St. Matthew Church are active all year.

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Fr. Dumont standing in for Fr. Leo

Frank (center)- Pancake/French Toast Boy, Tony (far right/back)- Bacon Boy

If we’re getting up at 5am on a Sunday, we will be fed!

John Boyle still shooting for Knight of the Year…Standing in for Jeff!