Daughters of the King, at work serving the community...
The Mary and Martha chapter at Grace Episcopal Church, Camden,
completed an outreach project in April 2019. We received a call for
help to spruce-up and equip a kitchen and bath at New Day on Mill, a
local transitional housing center for homeless families. A mother and
her two daughter would be moving into a unit at the center in just nine
days. Chapter members donated items and funds to purchase what
was needed. Some shopped, some cleaned, some helped put
everything in place. Friends of our chapter volunteered to help with
the cleaning and repairs, as well. A group of men from Grace
obtained and installed new flooring, donated by Lowe’s and Carpet
Outlet. As a chapter, we prayed and the Lord pieced together our
efforts to complete the project in time./ It also happened to be the
week of the 20th anniversary of the founding of our chapter.
St. Augustine of Canterbury: Aiken
The DOK Chapter makes blankets for the homeless from plastic shopping bags. They also sponsor Stations of the Creche on the first Saturday in December. It is a tour of family creches and the program is about the characters in the creche as seen from their eyes. See Home Page.
Church of the Ridge, Edgefield
January 25: Feed My Sheep (11-2)
Three small churches rotate services ad getting together to sponsor a day with a shepherd to learn about feeding real sheep and the hungry among us so we too can be shepherds.
Church of the Resurrection, Greenwood
Have five Daughters in Training.
Church of the Good Shepherd just installed more Junior Daughters. There are now nine Junior Daughters of the Kind in our Diocese.