Faith in Action Programs

As announced in the June issue of the Columbia magazine, the Supreme Council has announced a new program model for council activities.  The new program model, titled Faith in Action, will take effect as the umbrella for Knights of Columbus-related activities beginning with the 2018-2019 fraternal year. Faith in Action replaces Surge... with Service, which was introduced nearly 50 years ago.

“This model is an evolution of the Building the Domestic Church While Strengthening Our Parish initiative that was introduced in November 2015.” Supreme Knight Carl A. Anderson wrote in a letter to state deputies April 6. Faith in Action, the supreme knight explained, “embodies a simplified overall program structure, featuring four instead of six categories.”

FaithInActionIn the coming 2018-2019 fraternal year, Faith in Action will be the new program model for the Knights of Columbus, replacing Surge...with Service. The new model seeks to balance all of our priorities as an Order — Faith, Family, Community and Life — and offer Knights meaningful opportunities to serve people in need in our parishes and communities. Faith in Action fully integrates Building the Domestic Church programs, limits the number of requirements for Columbian Award, and most importantly, allows councils to concentrate on implementing faith-filled family programs. Our goal? Quality – not quantity.

There are Guide Sheets for each of the Faith In Action programs.  The follwoing are the Faith In Action programs with links to the Guide Sheets on the Supreme Web Site.

The programs in red are required programs to qualify for the Columbian Award.

Faith:

 Family:

 Community:

Life:

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