The Order of the Daughters of the King

The Order of the Daughters of the King (DOK) is a spiritual sisterhood of women dedicated to a life of Prayer, Service and Evangelism. We have made a commitment to Jesus as our Savior, and we follow Him as Lord of our lives. We are an Order for women who are communicants of the Episcopal Church, churches in communion with it, or churches in the Historic Episcopate. A Daughter seeks daily to do the will of God, remembering Jesus’ words, “Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.” Matthew 25:40

We meet the first Saturday of the month September through May (second Saturday in January and February) in Payne Education Center Room 210/212 starting at 10 a.m.

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2019 Monthly Meetings

10 a.m.
Payne Education Center, Room 210/212

September 14
Welcome Back
DOK members will rekindle friendships, and welcome new faces. The Rev. Dr. Suse McBay, will introduce the Rev. Lisa Neilson, our new clergy liaison, and Suse will be recognized and thanked for her counsel and guidance to DOK. Members will receive the program schedule for the current year.  The DOK training schedule for fall will be announced.

October 5
Faith in Crisis
The Rev. Dr. Suse McBay will address how to foster faith and hope in times of fear, grief and uncertainty. By arming ourselves spiritually, life’s challenges become manageable.  Enhance your coping skills from a spiritual perspective. Visitors are welcome!

Dee Frappier will update DOK on our outreach endeavor with The Mission of Yahweh, a faith-based shelter for women and children. DOK members will be asked to donate items (based on the mission’s emergent needs) and bring them to the November meeting.  Fall training for DOK begins today, 9–10 a.m. in Payne Education Center, Room 217.

November 9
Update on The Mission of Yahweh
A spokesperson from The Mission of Yahweh, will discuss the mission’s current efforts and needs. Dee Frappier will discuss our DOK service project for February.  This year’s project will provide “Gift Packets,” filled with needed supplies, for incoming residents.  Incoming children will receive gift packets in the form of “Backpacks” with needed supplies.  Plans for DOK’s second annual event at the mission, to be held in February, will be discussed.

December 7
Quiet Day
DOK will host this treasured day of reflection for our church family. The Houston Boy Choir will again be asked to open the day with song.

January 11
The Mission of Yahweh Service Project
Welcome back and Happy New Year! Start your year with a spiritual boost!  The Rev. Lisa Nielson will offer tips for “Peace and Perspective in 2020.”  Visitors are welcome!

Plans for outreach at The Mission of Yahweh will continue. Gifts of encouragement for women and children receiving care and services there will be completed and plans for the second annual game event at the mission formalized.  We welcome your participation!

February 8
Site Visit to The Mission of Yahweh
DOK visit to The Mission of Yahweh. 10 a.m.–noon.

DOK will host Bingo and provide snacks to residents at the mission. This event is fun for residents and volunteers alike. Please join us!

March 7
Guest Speaker: Audrey Omenson
We welcome Audrey, she is the Clinical Director of the Nick Finnegan Counseling Center. She will be speaking on the intersection between faith and mental health.

April 4
Book Study
This year we will read Jessica Kelley’s, Lord Willing: Wrestling with God’s Role in My Child’s Death.   The book examines a mother’s journey to reconcile God’s sovereignty with life’s suffering. We will discuss the author’s insight and our beliefs related to God’s unconditional love.

May 2
We will say goodbye to outgoing board members and welcome new board members for DOK 2020–2021. A short worship service will be shared before departing for the summer.