Council #112 Concord, New Hampshire 

Council #112 Concord, New Hampshire

Due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19), all Council #112 meetings and activities have been suspended at least until May. Based off of the health of the State of New Hampshire, and the United States as a whole, Grand Knight, Matt Poulin, has made the decision to postpone all scheduled events for the months of March, April and May, with the idea that we will be hard at work in the months afterwards, in our outreach throughout the Capital City of Concord.

Grand Knight Poulin wishes everyone the best of health, knowing that there is nothing more important right now than staying safe, and keeping in mind the best practices in the protection of you and your families.

Please stay tuned to updates here, as well as on our Facebook page and through our direct communications through our e-mail group.

In the meantime, if you know of any Catholic men, age 18 year or older, who would benefit from the good works of the Order, and who the Order could benefit from in our community outreach ... offer them the best opportunity there is ... membership within the Knights of Columbus. Direct them to or to the mobile app. linked directly to our Concord Council #112.

The best to you and yours in the coming days ahead.



Stay tuned for further updates, as well as a rescheduled date to be determined


Now that the Brother Knights of Concord Council #112 have chosen to sell our Council Home, we have been meeting at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church at 180 Loudon Road 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 2019-2020 Fraternal year is Matthew Poulin.

We hold Council meetings at: 

Immaculate Heart of Mary Church 180 Loudon Road  Concord, NH  03301

Council Meetings

Officer meetings are held on the second Monday of each month at 6:00PM. Business meetings are held at IHM on the second Monday at 7:00 PM. A dinner / social is periodically hosted, with socializing at 5:30PM and dinner being served at 6:00 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 worked closely in support of four Church's in Concord: Immaculate Heart of Mary on Loudon Road, as well as St. John the Evangelist, St. Peter's and Sacred Heart. Since the Catholic Church has gone through many changes within the State of New Hampshire, the Diocese of Manchester has closed Sacred Heart and St. Peter's Church's, and the two remaining, Immaculate Heart of Mary and St. John's (now Christ The King) are the last two remaining Catholic Church's in Concord, that Council #112 supports, in addition to 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, Matthew Poulin, invites you to come to our council business meetings, 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 2019 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.

Council Nominations OPEN for 2020 - 2021 Fraternal Year

Council #112 Officer nominations are now open for the 2020 - 2021 Fraternal year. While we are in a unique situation with the Coronavirus (Covid-19), we want all eligible 3rd Degree Brother Knights, to think about not only nominating a Brother Knight for an Officer position, but to also consider holding office, as well.

If you are interested in either/or, please start thinking about doing so, and keep your eyes pinned to this page, as our current Council Officers collaborate and reveal how this years elections will be held and reported in a timely manner, by our May/June timeline.

Thank you for all that you do.

Norman St. Hilaire
Council Election Chairman

Concord Council #112 Celebrates 125th Anniversary on March 17th

Concord Council #112 celebrated its Anniversary on May 17th, after 125 years of service to the Capital City of Concord, New Hampshire.

Our Council, which was founded in 1895, was first formed through the collaboration of two area Catholic Church's. The Church's, St. John the Evangelist and Sacred Heart, are now part of a combined community, on the campus of St. John School, and the now Christ the King Parish.

Over the years, the Council would encompass what was St. Peter Parish and Immaculate Heart of Mary, as well as serving the Carmelite Monastery, also in Concord.

Council Brother Knight, McGee Prints Saint Corona Prayer Card

Immediate Past Grand Knight, Chuck McGee, had the privilege of printing Saint Corona Prayer Cards.

The namesake of the prayer cards, ironically, comes during a time that the nation and beyond, is gripped by the Coronavirus (Covid-19).

St. Corona, the "patron saint of treasure hunters", has most recently been touted as the "patron saint of pandemics and plagues", throughout the internet, and scholars suggest that if the correlation continues between the coronavirus and her namesake, that she may further go forth in that manner, if the patronage sticks.


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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 contacting the State Scholarship Chairman:

Paul Roy
State Scholarship Chairman
7 Main Street

Hooksett, NH 03106