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President of the Haiti National Assembly: Magdala Fleury

Country LiaisonJoyce Pipkin

International Committee Contact: Pam Runyon



National President Magdala Fleury


Joyce Pipkin, who regularly visits Haiti, found ready hearts when she suggested that the women of St. Saveur, in Les Cayes, could form a chapter of The Order. Father Rock and his wife were supportive, and the women met regularly for training even though travel was difficult, the study material was not in Creole, and some could not read French. In 2005, Peggy Denny traveled to Haiti with Joyce to present the first charter in Haiti at St. Saveur in Les Cayes, and its juniors were chartered soon after. Joyce and other Daughters, including Gail Moulton and Jan Lewis, have traveled frequently to Haiti and have helped start other chapters.


U.S. Triennial 2018

National President Magdala Fleury and National Chaplain Père Colbert Estil represented Haiti at the US Triennial in Austin in June, 2018.


U.S. Triennial 2015

The representative from Haiti, National President Judith Joseph (left) with
her French translator, the Rev. Margaret Short, on International Night


Triennial Torch Prayers 


        Torch of Christ Chapter           Les Filles du Roi                       Les Filles du Roi
        Ascension Parish


St. Martin de Tours Chapter

Second National Assembly

On November 23 and 24, 2013 the 2nd National Assembly of the Filles du Roi Daughters of the King of the Diocese of Haiti was hosted by St Martin de Tours Parish in Port-au-Prince. Over 220 ladies were in attendance and more than 20 Chapters and Study Groups were represented. In addition, guests were welcomed from the U.S., Dominican Republic and Ecuador.

Visitors included past National President of the Daughters of the King®, Grace Sears, along with Grecia Reynoso and Florencia Melvina Dinzey from the Dominican Republic, Jan Lewis from Ecuador, as well as Kyle Evans and Julie Burd who are Episcopal Missioners from the U.S. currently serving full-time in Haiti. The remaining visiting Daughters from the U.S. were Joyce Pipkin Country Liaison, Gail Moulton, Betty Purchase, and Marge Rogers National Council member.

During the Assembly, Chapter leaders reported on their group's activities and projects, choral recitals were given by several groups, and National Officer elections were conducted. Judith Joseph of Church of the Ascension-Thor was re-elected National President of the Filles du Roi for another 3-year term and Pere Colbert Estil accepted the call to continue as National Chaplain for an accompanying term.

There are now 27 chapters of The Order of the Filles du Roi throughout Haiti with over 500 ladies who have taken the lifetime vow of prayer, service and evangelism to become members of The Order.

Joyce Pipkin, Country Liaison of the DOK in Haiti, organized a field trip for everyone on Friday, November 22nd to St. Vincent's School for the Handicapped, St Paul's Church and School in Montrouis and The Apparent Project Workshop at Delmas 75.


2nd National Assembly of the Filles du Roi in
St. Martin de Tours Church, 
Port-au-Prince, Haiti




Past U.S. President Grace Sears and Haitian President Judith Joseph


Judith Joseph introduces the guests from the Dominican Republic,
Grecia Reynoso and Florencia Melvina Dinzey


17 new Filles du Roi admitted

First National Assembly

The 1st Assembly of L'Ordre des Filles du Roi (The Order of the Daughters of the King®) in the Diocese of Haiti was held on November 13-14, 2010 at the Paroisse Ascension (Church of the Ascension) in Carrefour, Haiti (just outside of Port-au-Prince).

Many thanks go out to all those who contributed in many ways to make this dream a reality for the women of Haiti. Judith Joseph, now Diocesan President, and Kebnire Bernard, now Diocesan Vice President, applied their strong leadership skills even before they were elected, independently organizing the food preparation and hospitality for the large group of visiting ladies in the welcoming Haitian tradition.

Over 200 ladies from all over Haiti were in attendance over that weekend, together with a team of 8 ladies from the U.S. Diocesan officers were elected and there are now 6 adult chapters and 2 junior chapters throughout Haiti with 186 members and over 10 study groups in formation. Mdme. Duracin (wife of Bishop Duracin of Haiti) attended the very special Eucharist Service on Sunday, November 14th where over 400 were in attendance - she addressed the congregation giving thanks for the Filles du Roi and assisted us with the Admission of 64 new daughters.

God has richly blessed Haiti with these inspiring women, and in the midst of their many losses, hardships and sorrow, the true joy of Jesus and the power of the Holy Spirit was clearly present throughout our special time together with them during this memorable event. "Kenbe Fem" (Stand Firm!)..."Bondye Bon" (God is good!)


(L-R) Elaine Chen - Martha and Mary Chapter in Hendersonville, NC; Julia Sherman - Nativity Daughters in Brooklyn, NY; Kathy Peironnet - Daughter in Preparation in Gladstone, MO; Mdme Duracin, wife of Bishop Duracin of Haiti; Joyce Pipkin, Daughters of Mary Chapter in Columbia, SC; Jan Lewis - St. Monica Chapter in Pueblo, CO; Kyle Laws - St. Monica Chapter in Pueblo, CO; Linda Robinson - Christ Church Chapter in Lexington, KY; and Gail Moulton from the St. Clare Chapter in Macon, GA.




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