Appendent Organizations | Knighthood Priories
The Order of Knighthood made its debut in 1946, when it's ritual was exemplified before the Grand Council, now known as DeMolay International's Supreme Council.
Through the years, the activities of the Knights have consisted of social and educational programs geared to older DeMolays, with a special emphasis on career planning and coed activities.
The official name of the order of Knighthood is the Chivalric Knights of the Holy Order of the Fellow Soldiers of Jacques DeMolay. It is not an honorary degree or award, but a working body whose purpose is to extend fellowship and serve the Order of DeMolay.
The main functions of a Priory are to:
The officers of a Priory are:
Some of the services that may be provided by a Priory are:
To encourage greater efficiency and progress in a Priory's program, the Past Illustrious Knight Commander Meritorious Service Award was established. If you are interested in organizing a Priory, contact your Executive Officer for guidelines in your jurisdiction.