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The National Handbook and Bylaws 2015 Edition 

(best printed on both sides of the paper)

The National Handbook and Bylaws of The Order of The Daughters of the King® 2015 Edition. This document has numerous changes from the 2012 Edition.  Please make every effort to use this new 2015 edition as all previous editions have outdated information.

 

The Chapter Manual 2015 Edition (best printed on both sides of the paper)

The Chapter Manual for The Order of the Daughters of the King® provides valuable information for starting and maintaining a chapter. It describes the general practices and procedures for chapter administration. It also reaches out beyond the chapter by describing other areas of ministry such as the Junior Daughters, Daughters at Large, International Daughters and how chapters fit into the larger context of The Order. While geared towards the chapter president it is a valuable resource for all chapter officers and for every member seeking to bless and support her chapter.

Chapter Manual Evaluation Form (online fillable)

Chapter Manual Evaluation Form (downloadable pdf)

 

Changes and Updates to the Chapter Manual 2014 Edition

A list of changes made to the Chapter Manual 2014 Edition to update it to the 2015 Edition. This information is helpful to understand what changed between editions of the chapter manual.

 

Primer for Diocesan Assembly Presidents

This Primer provides a description of the role and responsibility of the Diocesan Assembly President both in relation to the chapters in her Diocese as well as the Province Board to which she now belongs. It also includes suggestions about the role of her chaplain and what the National Office expects of her.

 

Guide for Diocesan Assembly Chaplains

This Guide summarizes the role of the Diocesan Assembly Chaplain, but is also relevant for the chaplain of a Province.

 

The Mediation Procedure

The Mediation Procedure is an orderly process for resolving differences with and between members in The Order of the Daughters of the King®.

 

The National Study Guide (2016)

The National Study Guide (Large Print Version) (2016)
This Study Guide serves as the official preparation material for women seeking to become members of The Order of The Daughters of the King®. 

 

Leader's Guide for National Study Guide (2016)

This Leader's Guide provides important information for leading prospective members through the three-month preparation period and the application process.

  

The Spiritual Formation Guide
Continuing the Journey: The Spiritual Formation Guide is a celebration of life in God through prayer, study, and discernment. you are encouraged to use this material as presented or as a supplement to chapter meetings or quiet days.

 

A Daughter's Book of Services (2015)

This book is a compilation of all the Services of the Order for both Junior and senior Daughters. Individual services and several combination services can be found here.

 

 

Booklets

Pray Your Way into Their Story
This “Pray Your Way into Their Story” booklet will help prospective members, as well as all Daughters, explore how Service and Evangelism is an essential result of Prayer. The phrase, “Prayer-Care-Share” summarizes how our commitment to pray, serve, and evangelize can flow into each other as a continuous circle. This booklet is used with National Study Guide or as additional chapter study resource.

Mary Davenport’s “Work Among Girls”
This booklet contains the original address that Mary Davenport gave to her fellow sisters in The Order at the 1899 National Assembly of The Order of the Daughter of the King held in Atlanta, Georgia, in which she presents the need to start a “Junior Branch” of The Order. As the Junior Daughters were formally established at the Assembly, Mrs. Davenport is rightfully considered the founding mother of the Junior Daughters. The booklet also contains biographical information of Mary Davenport.

Ada Loaring-Clark's "Prayer and Service"
"Prayer and Service: An Explanation of the Work of the Order" was written by DOK president Ada Loaring-Clark in 1936 for The Spirit of Missions, then reprinted as a brochure. This is how the Order understood its mission at its 50th anniversary. Remarkably, with a few revisions it would accurately describe the work of the Order in the 21st century--though the annual dues today are $40 instead of $1, and we no longer have chapters in Canada.

Brochures Available from the National Office
This lists all the brochures that can be ordered from the National Office by completing the above National Office Order Form. Brochures not available online.

 

  

Additional Literature

Additional literature can be found for purchase through our online store.

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