Father Daley
Council 4191
Ephrata, PA
Council 4191

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Remember: Activities that take place at OMPH Church Masses are on the Church and Vocations page.

Soccer Challenge

Sunday, Sept. 30, 2018

Registration begins at 12:30, and the event runs from 1:00 to 3:00.

The event will take place at the Cocalico School District soccer fields.

Help is needed begining at 12:30 for set up and scoring.

This is a competition designed for players to demonstrate the most basic of soccer skills - the penalty kick.

The goal will be divided into a series of 5 scoring zones. 20 points for hitting the upper corners, 10 points for the lowers corners, and 5 points for the rest.

The event is open to all boys and girls, age 6-14, living within the Ephrata and Cocalico School Districts. If you have any questions, contact Dan Hogan at daniel_hogan@cocalico.org or 717-201-3805.

REGISTRATION: Participant registration will be on site the morning of the challenge.

Membership Church Blitz

The Membership Church Blitz will take place at all Masses on October 13th & 14th. Be ready to show your support at the Mass you attend that week end, and then come to the Open House, date TBA.

Next Coffee Corner October 21

OMPH Parish Center - The Third Sunday of the Month (usually).

Join the Knights for coffee, donuts, and good conversation after the 9:00 Mass every third Sunday of the month at the Father Jackson Parish Center of Our Mother of Perpetual Help Church. See the Council Calendar for specific dates. For more details or information please contact Bill Hydock at 336-6935.

Cards Night

The Knights of Columbus have Cards Night at the Father Kuhn Hall after the 5:00pm Mass. We will play Pinochle, Trumps and/or Uno. Everyone seemed to have a great time, so I scheduled the rest of the year for the 2nd Saturday of every month; with the exception of March 10th because of the Saint Patrick's Day Dance scheduled that evening. So the dates are as follows:

January 13th
February 10th
April 14th
May 12th
June 9th
July 14th
August 11th
September 8th
October 13th
November 10th
December 8th

Greg Schlotterer, Chairman

OMPH K of C Chess Club

Knights of Columbus Council 4191 will once again sponsor the chess team that will participate in the Lancaster Friendship League. Practices are every Wednesday from 3:00 - 5:00 PM begining October 29th. The club is open to grade 4-9 students of any experience level. For more information, contact Jere Cassidy at 717-690-4755 or jere@lancasterchess.com.

Light Up For Christ

Wednesday, December 5, 6:30 PM at Father Kuhn Hall at OMPH Church

Usher in the Advent season with our annual "Light Up for Christ" evening. Families are asked to bring 1 dozen Christmas cookies, "take home" cookie bags.

We will begin the evening with the blessing of our tree and Advent wreath. We will sing Christmas songs and hear Scripture and stories. We will pray. Music will be provided by the Father Daley Ensemble.

Everyone present will be asked to put ornaments on the tree and the lights will be turned on! We will conclude the evening with milk, cookies, coffee, tea, and childrens' games. We will also accept donations of non-perishable food items for our Food for Familes program.

Adult Christmas Party

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 6:00 at Father Kuhn Hall at OMPH Church

Join us for our annual Adult Christmas party. Admission is a non-perishable food item for the Food Bank, part of our Food for Families program.

Please RSVP to GK Matt Auker at a meeting or at 717-572-1160.

Optional: If you would like to participate in a Yankee swap, please bring a wrapped gift of approximately $15 or less in value.

Widow Poinsettia Delivery - Sat. Dec. 22 at 8:00 AM

A small token that can bring a large amount of Joy.

Meet at Gus's Diner (behind Wendy's) at 8:00 for breakfast. We will then divide into groups and visit the Widows' home to deliver the flowers and spend some time with them if they are home. Contact Mark Janke at 336-5796 if you have any questions. If you have never done this before, consider it this year. It is a great way to honor our departed Brothers and tell the Widows how special they are to us.