The primary purpose of the Fourth Degree is to promote a spirit of patriotism — among members and non-members — and to encourage responsible
Knights who reach their Fourth Degree of membership are distinguished by being addressed as "Sir Knights." For the first decade of the degree's existence, these members would simply function within their councils. Gradually, they began to get together to conduct additional business after their regular council meetings.
In 1910, the first assemblies were formally instituted. Assemblies were groups of Fourth Degree Knights in a particular geographic area, who were drawn from the membership of one or more nearby councils. Fourth Degree Knights, then, as today, maintained dual membership — as Third Degree members of a council and as Fourth Degree members of an assembly. While remaining active in their councils, they also hold their own assembly meetings, elect their own officers, carry Third and Fourth Degree membership cards, and carry out their own activities and programs.
The 12 assemblies located in Wyoming are under the jurisdiction of the Wyoming District of the DeSmet Province of the 4th Degree Knights of Columbus.
Assemblies within the Jurisdiction of the Wyoming District
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by assembly number. The first time you click, the sorting direction will be ascending . Click again, and the sorting direction will be descending.
Then click on the assembly number for assembly meeting time/place and contact (Faithful Navigator and Faithful Comptroller) information. Addresses and phone numbers are as up-to-date as information supplied from local assemblies. Some meeting times or places might have been changed. Please contact the local assembly to confirm meeting date/time/place, especially if you are coming from a long distance.
|Buffalo||1225||General Phil H. Sheridan Assembly|
|Casper||1224||Frank A. Barrett Assembly|
|Cheyenne||1223||Bishop Patrick A. McGovern Assembly|
|Cody||1888||Elmer L. Stockwell Assembly|
|Douglas||1942||Laramie Peak Assembly|
|Evanston||1891||Bishop Hubert M. Newell Assembly|
|Fort Bridger||1891||Bishop Hubert M. Newell Assembly|
|Gillette||1651||Father John Brady Assembly|
|Green River||3403||Father Angel Ornelas Assembly|
|Greybull||1888||Elmer L. Stockwell Assembly|
|Jackson||1291||Father Adolph Pate Assembly|
|Kemmerer||1891||Bishop Hubert M. Newell Assembly|
|Lander||1291||Father Adolph Pate Assembly|
|Laramie||2872||Monsignor George A. Stoll Assembly|
|Newcastle||1651||Father John Brady Assembly|
|Pine Bluffs||1223||Bishop Patrick A. McGovern Assembly|
|Powell||1888||Elmer L. Stockwell Assembly|
|Rawlins||1228||Monsignor John McDevitt Assembly|
|Riverton||1291||Father Adolph Pate Assembly|
|Rock Springs||1891||Bishop Hubert M. Newell Assembly|
|Saratoga||1228||Monsignor John McDevitt Assembly|
|Sheridan||1225||General Phil H. Sheridan Assembly|
|Thermopolis||1291||Father Adolph Pate Assembly|
|Torrington||2056||Father Henry Assembly|
|Wheatland||2056||Father Henry Assembly|
|Worland||1888||Elmer L. Stockwell Assembly|