Daughters of the King

THE PRAYER OF THE ORDER

O eternal Father, you have sent us your Son to teach us things pertaining to your heavenly Kingdom.

Give your blessing to our Order wherever it may be throughout the world.

Grant that we, your Daughters, ever may discern your truth and bear the cross through the battles of our earthly life.

Give us strength to overcome temptation and the grace to work to spread your Kingdom and to gather your scattered sheep within your fold.

Pour out upon us the sevenfold gift of the Holy Spirit that we may always remember it is your work we are called to do, that all we think, do or say may be pleasing in your sight. We ask it all For His Sake, our King and Savior, Jesus Christ. Amen

Judges 3:10

Isaiah 11:2

Numbers 11:29

THE MOTTO OF THE ORDER

For His Sake…

I am but one, but I am one.

I cannot do everything, but I can do something.

What I can do, I ought to do.

What I ought to do, by the grace of God I will do.

Lord, what will you have me do?

l-r: Faye Ward, Martha, Ellen Kenney, Jeanne Wagner, Romaine Johnson, Marian Fletcher, Lois Keller, Jeanette Piotti

Daughters of the King gathers on Saturday, August 6 for worship, lunch and conversation. The St. Margaret’s chapter of “Daughters” was joined by the Province 1 President, Donna Abramov.  I was unfamiliar with Daughters of the King until I came to St. Margaret’s. I have come to appreciate what a blessing it is to have this group of women gather to hold in our hearts those members of our parish family in need of prayers, and to keep ourselves present to where they are as they deal with illness and other challenges. The Daughters of the King keep St. Margaret’s prayer life vital and engaged, and for that I am profoundly grateful.  — Martha