Daughters of the King
This is a national Episcopal organization for women of all ages and is a contemplative and service organization. The St. George's Chapter of the Daughters of the King meets monthly on the second Sunday at 12 noon for a meeting/study session in which members discuss a book or film study.
The daughters maintain a confidential DOK Prayer List for daily prayer and provide service to the clergy by assisting with quarterly Healing Services at the 5:30 pm HE II and assist with funeral visitations/receptions by providing coffee, tea and cookies and assisting any catering personnel. The Daughters also remember daily, by name, along with the clergy, those who are listed on the parish prayer list.
The DOK sponsors two outreach efforts, collection of aluminum cans which supports the Shelby County Humane Society, and hygiene packets for clients of the Hospitality Hub homeless referral service.
The DOK sponsors a Healing Service with Holy Eucharist on the first Sunday of each Quarter. Next Healing Service will be Sunday, Dec. 1 at 5:30 pm. The DOK also provides Prayers for Healing and Laying on of Hands in the Memorial Room during and following Communion at the 8 and 10:30 am Holy Eucharists.
The DOK sponsors an annual Quiet Day for Women.
Our chapter of DOK International (doknational.com) is open to young women 18 and older who are willing to accept the Rule of the Order of Service and participate in daily prayer for special needs. We have monthly meetings with a book review chosen by the members, and host funeral receptions. Also, we serve at the instruction of the Clergy.
Contact for More Information
President: Rhea Clift at 901-734-5068 (c),