Our Mailing Address is:
Knights of Columbus
Lime Rock Council, No. 136
PO Box 362
Rockland, ME 04841
Meetings are on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 7PM at St. Bernard Church in Rockland, Maine.
Our Lime Rock Council was founded on November 3rd, 1895. It is named after Lime Rock, an area big business of mining and processing Lime from Rockland's many Limestone quarries of its past. The Lime Rock Council works closely with the St. Brendan the Navigator Parish in Camden, Maine, providing funds for various projects, members being active participants in their parish.
On March 5th, 1958, the Lime Rock Local Assembly No 136 - 4th Degree Assembly was founded by Major Sayward N. Hall. On April 27th, 1968, the 4th Degree Councils of Rockland (No. 136) and Belfast, ME (No. 3942) were merged into a single 4th Degree Assembly.
On October, 12th, 1984, the Lime Rock Council founded the Stella Maris House as a home for the elderly and handicapped.