Daughters of the King

The Daughters of the King is a lay women’s religious order whose members make vows to pray and serve. The Order, founded on Easter Even April 4, 1885, is the oldest Lay Order for women in the Episcopal Church. The Daughters of the King make a courageous commitment to serve God and the church through prayer, service, and evangelism.  As part of this commitment the Daughters of the King regularly pray for God’s intercession on the behalf of those who appear on the parish prayer list.

The Daughters of the King maintain an ongoing prayer list of people for which the Daughters pray each day.  If any member of the congregation has a special prayer request, they may submit the request to any of the Daughters, the Rector, or the church office.

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