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Daughters of the King

Daughters of the King is an international order of Episcopalian women.  Together we pray, serve and evangelize.  

Christ the King Episcopal Church has an Order of the Daughters of the King, named, “Hannah, Mother of Samuel”, started 2013.  We are 15 strong right now and still accepting new members.  To become a Daughter does not require any particular attributes; just a desire to come closer to God in a full spiritual relationship.  Training consists of a 3-month period then acceptance into the Order.

Our current chapter sponsors Thanksgiving Dinner each year on Thanksgiving Day.  Here we provide a full dinner free of charge to our congregation, neighborhood community and the homeless.  We also sponsor a neighboring Nursing Home with visitations and gifts for Easter and Christmas.  Our Hannah chapter is also involved with National meetings and contributes to all funds of the Order.

A Daughter of the King is easily recognized.  Every daughter wears a cross that reads “Magnanimiter Crucem Sustine” which means “With heart, mind, and spirit uphold and bear the cross”.  At the base of the cross are the letters “FHS”, which means, “For His Sake”, which is the motto of the Order.  

If you are interested in becoming a Daughter, please contact either Donna Burns 407-616-5269 or Michele Keyser 407-579-6945

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