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St. John's Episcopal
Daughter's of the King

Daughers of the King is an Order for women in the Episcopal Church. Members undertake a Rule of Life, which includes a Rule of Service and Rule of Prayer. 

The National Order of the Daughters of the King was founded in 1885 by Margaret Franklin at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in New York City. On May 16, 1976, the Quinn Neal Chapter of the Daughters of the King was chartered. Through the years, members have been engaged in activities that serve and strengthen the parish. Daughters of the King pray daily for those in need. 

Daughters of the King meet the fourth Wednesday of the month in the Guild Room for prayers and study. For more information, please contact Katherine Ness at


The Motto of the Order
I am by one, but I am one.
I cannot do everything, but I can do something.
What I can do, I ought to do.
What I ought to do, by the grace of God I will do.
Lord, what will you have me do?