Christ Church |
Friday, August 29, 2014
San Antonio, Texas | Patrick Gahan, Rector

Daughters of the King

Daughters of the King
 
The Order of the Daughters of the King is a ministry of prayer, service, and evangelism for women and girls.
 
Skills Needed: A love of the Lord and a servant's heart
 
Training Required: Study guide provided
 
Time Commitment: Monthly meetings
 
Financial Commitment: Annual dues of $35
 
Length of Commitment: Life
 
Number of Volunteers: All women, and girls, of the church are welcome!
 
Chairman: Claire Levingston 732-2739
 
 The Junior Daughters of the King is a national Order of young girls and women, ages 8-19, which was started in 1896. The Christ Church chapter began in February 1944. Their purpose is to spread Christ’s kingdom and to strengthen the spiritual life of the church. The Junior Daughters work toward that purpose through a life of prayer and service. They learn that they have a responsibility and a commitment to God. In addition, the various service projects that they are involved in help them cultivate a heart of compassion and mercy for those around them.
 
We meet once a month during the school year; and while our meetings are usually on Sunday morning, we do have occasional meetings on Sunday afternoons or on Saturdays to accommodate the various activities. Many of the activities can be used as credits to your community service hours for school. If you are interested in joining, please call Elizabeth Martinez at 736-3132 or Anne Burney at 496-4923.
 
Calling all Jr. Daughters of the King for caroling on Saturday, December 3, 2011 from 2:30 PM to 6:30 PM. Please bring one dozen cookies to give as gifts. We’ll gather at the Parish Hall, go caroling, and then have a Christmas party. Bring a friend! Please call Tina Bigley @ 215-3435 or Elizabeth Martinez @ 736-3132 / 393-6456 for more details.