Knights of St Columba

The Knights of St Columba (or as it is often known – the KSC) is a Catholic fraternal service organisation dedicated to the principles of Charity, Unity and Fraternity and have more than 4,000 members in over 300 Councils across England, Scotland and Wales.

Founded in Glasgow in 1919, it is named in honour of St Columba, a Christian missionary from Ireland who helped to introduce Christianity to people in Northern Britain.

We exist to support the mission and doctrine of the Catholic Church, working for the moral and social welfare of our communities and in particular to help the development of young people.

St Mary’s KSC

St Mary’s KSC usually meet on the second Thursday of the month at the presbytery, next to the church.

Further Information

For more information on The Knights of St Columba organisation, please visit the The Knights of St Columba online.

Interested in joining St Mary’s KSC or would like further information? Please contact the Parish Office by phone or use our Contact form.