Knights of Columbus
 Father Vincent S. Sikora Council, No. 7992
Church of the Nativity
6400 Nativity Lane Burke, VA 22015

In the News

The Council 7992 "Road Warriors" Clean Up Old Keane Mill Rd.

Young Man/Woman of the Year

The Knights of Columbus Council 7992 is seeking nominations of young men or women between the ages of 12 & 18 (on 31 Mar 2017) who are parishioners of Church of the Nativity to receive recognition as the Outstanding Young Man and Young Woman of the Year in our Parish and then possibly within the State of Virginia.

The Knights Are Conducting Their Annual Fund Raising to Support Our Efforts to Build Homes for Those in Need in Appalachia.

The January 2017 issue of the Father Sikora Council Newsletter has been posted on this site.

Knightline, the monthly resource for local K of C leaders, is designed to help grand knights and other officers plan council events and activities, meet quarterly goals for the fraternal year and read about Orderwide news. This month’s issue is now available online

An archive of past issues of Knightline is available as well.

December 2016 Council Awards

Added to this Site: A List of Those Who Have Served as Officers and Grand Knights of the Council

The Knights Host Their 2016 Burke Lake Gardens Christmas Celebration

The Knights Facilitate Christmas Parking Flow

The Knights Hold Their 2016 Christmas Party

The Knights Hold Their 2016 Celebration of Breakfast with Santa

A Gathering of Brother Knights Honor Father Sikora by Praying The Rosary at his Grave Site.

The December 2016 issue of the Father Sikora Council Newsletter Is Available On This Site

The Knights Work On The 2016 "Keep Christ In Christmas" Project

The latest issue of the Knights of Columbus publication Knightline is available online.

The Fall 40 Days for Life Campaign

The Knights Hold Their 2016 Italian Dinner Dance

The Father Sikora Council Conducts Its Annual Flag
Retirement Ceremony


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About the Father Vincent S. Sikora Council of the Knights of Columbus

The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic men’s family, fraternal, and service organization, founded to help members remain steadfast in their faith, to promote closer ties of fraternity among members, and to provide for the widows and children of deceased members. Over the last century it has become an organization of over 1.8 million members in the United States and several other countries.

The Knights at Nativity belong to the Father Vincent Sikora Council, No. 7992, established in 1982. The Council has over 400 members and is very active, we sponsor activities for:

  • Church (Coffee Social Ministry, March for Life, Ushers, Nativity School Tuition grants)

  • Community (Special Olympics, KOVAR, Food for Others, Red Cross Blood Drives, assistance to Burke Lake Gardens)

  • Youth (Boy Scouts, Youth Work Camp, Soccer & Basketball Challenge)

  • And other numerous parish & community support activities.

The Council meetings are held in the Parish Hall at the Church of the Nativity, 6400 Nativity Lane, Burke, VA 22015 on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the Month. We start our meeting the Rosary at 7:15pm followed by the Business Meeting at 7:30pm.

The Father Sikora Council of the Knights of Columbus has depended often on the few
to provide a greater service to the many. Stepping up to assume a level of responsibility
for the operation of the Council is not a task to be taken lightly.
At the same time, we have quite an honor role of those who have endeavored to serve selflessly.
We'd like to share that Honor Role with you.


Just click on the video below and learn more of what goes into the Appalachian Project.