Knights of Columbus 

Council #112 Concord, New Hampshire


K of C Concord Council #112 Home:

Our Knights of Columbus Council Home is available for rental. If you, or someone you know is interested in the use of this historic building for their important event, please don't hesitate to contact us at 1(603)228-8927.

Our meetings are held at 52 Bradley Street, Concord, NH 03301


Council Information

Since 1957, Council 112's hall has been located in a former Lutheran church at the intersections of Bradley and Penacook Streets in Concord, New Hampshire. It was purchased by PGK Thomas M. Degnan, with the support of the membership.

The Grand Knight for the 2017-2018 Fraternal year is Chuck McGee.

You can contact the Knights by phone at (603) 228-8927.

We hold Council meetings at 52 Bradley Street  Concord  NH  03301

Council Meetings

Officer meetings are held on the first Monday of each month. Business meetings are held at the council hall on the second Monday at 7:00 PM, with a Rosary prayer group that begins at 6:30 PM. A monthly dinner / social is hosted each month, with socializing at 6:00 PM and dinner being served at 7:00 PM

About Our Council

Council  #112 traces its origins back to March 17, 1895 when a group of thirty-nine Catholic men from both St. John the Evangelist and Sacred Heart parishes were granted a charter by the Knights of Columbus Supreme Council. Dennis Donovan served for two years as the first Grand Knight. The Council works closely in support of the four Church's of Concord: Immaculate Heart of Mary on Loudon Road, as well as St. John the Evangelist, St. Peter's and Sacred Heart, the last three all part of the newly formed Christ The King Parish - as well as the Carmelite Monastery on Pleasant Street. Council 112 provides funds for various projects such as memorials, CCD programs, scholarships for local students, tournaments, communion breakfasts, Special Olympics, cancer research, Operation Santa Claus, and visiting hospital patients. Members are active participants in their respective parishes as organists, cantors, lectors, ushers, teachers, and Eucharistic Ministers.

The Knights of Columbus is the world's largest Catholic lay organization, with more than 1.7 million members in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean and the Philippines and Poland. Last year, the Knights donated more than $139 million and over 64 million hours of volunteer time to charity.

If you haven't joined us at a Business Meeting in several months or several years,

we want you back !!!!

You Are Invited:

Your Grand Knight, Chuck McGee, invites you to come to the council business meeting, and participate in the discussions of and decisions made on events and activities in which the council is involved.

As a member in good standing (in possession of a 2017 member card), you are always welcome. The meeting will begin at 7 PM and will be completed at or very near 8 PM. Refreshments will be available after the meeting in the kitchen and club room.

Senior Brother's Tribute Social:

Don't forget to join us for our Senior Brother's Tribute social ...

Our Annual event will be occurring on Monday, June 26th at St. John The Evangelist Church in Concord.

The event kicks off with meet up and social time from 6:00pm to 7:00pm, with our main dinner event being served at 7:00pm.

Everyone is invited to attend and honor our Senior Brother Knights for all of their contributions in maintaining the foundation of our Concord Council over the years.

Please feel free to bring a dessert to share with everyone and prepare to celebrate.

Council #112 Brother Knight Elected State Deputy:

Congratulations to our Brother Knight, Glenn P. Camley and his wife Jolene.

Glenn was elected State Deputy for the Knights of Columbus, New Hampshire State Council, at the April/May Convention at the Radisson Hotel in Nashua, NH.

Glenn, a Brother Knight of the Concord Council since joining the Knights in 1989, has been active within the Council, serving in numerous Director and Chairman positions, up to and including Grand Knight, bringing the coveted Star Council and Columbian Awards home during his time in office.

Glenn and Jolene are members of Christ The King Parish in Concord, and live in Boscawen. 

Jim Preisendorfer Appointed District Deputy:

Congratulations to PGK, Jim Preisendorfer, Brother Knight of our Concord Council #112.

Jim, a Former District Deputy for the New Hampshire State Council, has been chosen by State Deputy-Elect, Glenn P. Camley, to lead a College Council District for the 2017-2018 fraternal year.

Jim has had success with the College Council's in the past, as they were part of a former District that he had been appointed District Deputy, over.

The College Council District had been formed by State Deputy, Wayne P. Griffin during the 2015-2016 Fraternal year, in an effort to give better specialty concentration to the Colleges within the State of New Hampshire.

Jim will head up a District with two active Council's, and will lead up a push in re-activating the St. Thomas More College Council, which has gone inactive in recent years.

Jim and his wife Patricia, live in Concord and are members of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, also in Concord. 

Paul Parisi to be New Hampshire State Council Historian:

Congratulations to Paul Parisi, Financial Secretary for our Concord Council #112.

Paul was appointed the State Historian for the Knights of Columbus, New Hampshire State Council, taking position on July 1st of this year.

Paul has an educational background in History and has served as our Council's Historian, for then Grand Knight, Glenn Camley.

Glenn, who was just elected State Deputy for the 2017-2018 Fraternal year, appointed Paul to the same position for the State level.

Ladies of the Knights of Columbus 112:

The Ladies of the Knights of Columbus #112 are rebuilding their group and reacquainting themselves with each other, in the hopes that they can again find the excitement and energy they've experienced in years past.

If you believe your wife would be interested in becoming a part of the Ladies Group, please contact or have her contact Carrie McGee at [email protected]

Free Room and Board Initiative:

Warner, NH:The College of Saint Mary Magdalen is pleased to announce that it will be extending its Free Room and Board Initiative to any freshman or transfer student who enrolls in 2016.

The College of Saint Mary Magdalen initially launched this initiative in the spring of 2014 with the goal of making a faithful Catholic education more affordable to prospective students.

"The success of the Free Room and Board Initiative and the quality of the students who have enrolled this year as a result has prompted the College to extend the initiative for another recruiting cycle," said Dr. George A. Harne, President of the College of Saint Mary Magdalen.  


Free Room and Board will be guaranteed to any student who participates until they graduate or leave the College.  


Over the past 25 years the cost of tuition in the United States has sky-rocketed and through the Free Room and Board Initiative the College of Saint Mary Magdalen hopes to make a true liberal arts education accessible to students who may not have been otherwise able to afford it.


The reduction in cost represents an $8,000 discount worth more than $25,000 over four years.  The College has a rolling admission process and will be actively accepting students throughout the school year. 


For information on how to apply, please contact the admissions office at 603.456.2656 or  [email protected]


Knights of Columbus Offers Young Adult Insurance:

Young Adult Insurance offers an easy, affordable annual renewable term insurance to Knights and their spouses ages 18 to 29.*

Now is the perfect time to build your financial portfolio.

Here are several reasons why you may need Young Adult Insurance:

Follow the link below for more information on what the Knights of Columbus has to offer on: Young Adult Insurance:

New Hampshire State Council Scholarship Applications:

The Knights of Columbus, New Hampshire State Council is offering College Scholarships to those who will be entering a College program in the future Fall School year

There are annual scholarships in the amount of ($750), awarded by the  New Hampshire State Council for eligible students.

For those of who are interested in finding out more, information can be found by following the link provided below:

Council #112 Offers College Scholarship:

Concord Council #112 will again offer a College scholarship in the amount of $1000.00.

The scholarship Is available to area Catholic students who attend a Catholic Church within the Concord community (Immaculate Heart of Mary Church or Christ The King)

Since the incorporation of the Council #112 scholarship, students from the local area have been awarded close to $10,000, over the years.

Applicants can follow the link below to where they can print off and fill out the application and forward it off to the correct person.

Good luck in the application process and congratulations on all of your accomplishments.