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National Office Order Form (Revised 02/13)
***New to this Order Form - Admission fee for new members is $10 in Section A. Order your cross from Section B.
All crosses are listed in Section B.
New to Section C: Junior Study guides for Primary and for Youth.
Please note that the pewter pin/pendants both with and without cord have been discontinued and are no longer available.
This lists all the brochures that can be ordered from the National Office by completing the above National Office Order Form. Brochures are not available online.
Please send dues separate from orders. Thank you!
Royal Cross Gift Subscription
To order an annually renewable gift subscription, print out the Gift Subscription form and fax (with credit card) or mail back with a check to the National Office.
You can now order specialty items with the DOK logo from 1885 Designs. Click here to visit the website.
Use this form to report a change of name, address, transfer to new chapter, reinstatement, resignation or member’s death. Please send form to the National Office.
Keep the National Office updated on the current officers in your chapter. Please send form to the National Office.
Complete this form and submit to the National Office if you have two different homes and are at them the same time each year.
Request Charter Application Kit for
Juniors or Seniors
Please contact the National Office for information on starting a chapter.
Chapter Manual Includes all the information a Chapter President needs to run a chapter. Now available in Braille. Please contact the National Office for more information.
Application for Senior Membership
Chapter officers may use this form for prospective members. Please mail completed form with a completed Order Form to the Membership Coordinator at the MJF Center, 101 Weatherstone Drive, Suite #870, Woodstock, GA 30188.
This form is used by a Daughter 85 years or older, who is in deteriorating health, to apply for relief of her obligation to pay dues. It must be signed by her clergy and chapter president, or Diocesan or Provincial president if she is a Daughter at Large. It should be returned to the National Office.
Each Study Guide should be accompanied by one "Service for Beginning Preparation", one Application for Senior Membership and one “Prayer Changes Me” brochure, and one “Rule of Life” brochure. Brochures may be ordered through the MJF Center. Small shipping fee for more than 20 brochures. Cross selections can be viewed by downloading the form Pictures of Crosses
Now available in Braille. Please contact the National Office for more information.
Includes the guidelines for leading a group in the National Study Guide, Schedule for Eight Weekly Sessions and a class registration sheet. Brochures for Study must be ordered in advance of Study from the National Office. Allow time for delivery.
A4 National Study Guide (A4 is a specific size paper used by many international countries)
A4 Leaders Guide for National Study Guide (A4 is a specific size paper used by many international countries)
Disposition of Cross Card
This file is a two sided file printed on 4” x 6” unlined index cards. Print two copies per member: one stays with the Daughter’s personal papers, and the other is kept with your Chapter's files. It is recommended that they remain in a file in the church office.
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.
This is a PowerPoint presentation as an overview of the text and an outline for discussion.
For more Prayers and Devotion information, click here.
The Directress Manual contains everything a senior Daughter or Directress needs to know to start or maintain a Junior chapter. It also contains a lot of helpful hints, suggestions and ideas. The Manual is informative, inspirational, and empowering.
Junior Directresses may use this form for prospective members. Please mail completed form with a completed Order Form to the Membership Coordinator at the MJF Center, 101 Weatherstone Drive, Suite #870, Woodstock, Ga 30188.
This Study Guide is for Junior Daughters transitioning to Senior Daughters. It can be used in conjunction with the National Study Guide and should be accompanied by the "Prayer Changes Me" and "Rule of Life" brochures. Available through the MJF Center.
Junior Daughter Leader’s Study Guide
This Leader's Study Guide is for both the Primary Grade and the Youth Study Guides. It includes helpful hints, ideas and answers for leading the Junior Daughters through the Study Guide.
Primary Grade Junior Study Guide
This is the Study Guide for girls ages 11 and under that are seeking to become Junior Daughters.
This is the Study Guide for girls ages 12 and over that are seeking to become Junior Daughters.
To be used when Directresses contact information changes or when Directresses change or when a Junior Chapter becomes inactive. This form can be printed, then mailed back to the National Office or scanned and emailed back to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Transitioning Junior Update
To be used to collect information about a newly transitioned Junior Daughter. Send to the National Junior Daughters chair.
Jr. Daughter Chapter
To be used to collect information on Jr. Chapter activities and service projects in order to be shared with other Directresses. Please send form to JrDaughtersChr@doknational.org.
This form is used when a Junior Daughter is going on a trip. It is to be completed by a parent and can serve as a permission form. It is a release from liability form.
To be completed by a parent of a Junior and is used to collect information about any medical conditions and/or allergies and what to do in the event of an emergency.
To be completed by a parent and is used to provide permission to the Directress to provide medical care to the Junior in the event of an emergency.
The following forms cannot be saved to your computer. Currently, you can only type the information in the form. Please print a copy for your records and mail a copy to the National Office. We hope to have email-able forms in the future.
The Order of the Daughters of the King® supports higher education in leadership development and service for Episcopal church-related careers for women. The Master’s Fund was inaugurated at the Order’s Triennial Convention in 1922 as a thank offering to be given at Pentecost in loving commemoration of the coming of the Holy Spirit. The Master’s Fund is intended to assist Daughters and other women to attend school to prepare for missionary and other church-related work. The emphasis is on the intended church-related career of the applicant, so that attendance at any accredited college, university or graduate school is permitted. Master’s Fund grants will be limited to communicants of the Episcopal Church, autonomous churches of the Anglican Communion or churches in communion with the Episcopal Church. Modest grants are made from available funds and are based on anticipated renewal grant needs and the number of applicants reviewed.
The Master's Fund application requirements, process and forms have been revised and due dates have changed.
Eligibility for new scholarships, as well as for renewing scholarship, to accredited institutions remain the same. Eligibility for grants for partial payment on approved continuing education courses will be limited to Daughters of the King current on dues. Until the new on-line process is finalized, Application Packets, including the completed revised application forms, all references, and supporting information, must be submitted as a complete packet to the National Office by e-mail or through the United States Postal Service by the following dates:
March 15 for all applications for the Fall Semester
October 1 for all applications for Spring and Summer Semesters
You may address questions to email@example.com. Only the revised application forms in complete packets will be considered. Thank you for your patience and cooperation. We are blessed to assist you in achieving your academic and spiritual goals and are working to make the process more user friendly!
Master's Fund Chair
The Alpha Fund was established at the 2009 Triennial Convention in Anaheim, California. Named in honor of the first Junior Chapter, the Alpha Fund is used to provide financial support to Junior Daughter Directresses in their efforts to extend Christ's kingdom especially among young women and girls through the ministry of the Junior Daughters of the king.
The Fund can be used to:
Obtain Materials or supplies for starting a chapter and reactivating chapters.
Defray transportation costs related to visiting chapters, attending retreats, or other events.
Assist in the cost of retreats and other events.
Provide funding for education, study materials, activities, retreats and program materials.
Provide materials for service projects.
September 5th is the in-gathering day for the Alpha Fund. This date was selected in honor of the ay Mother Teresa died in 1997.
Junior Directresses are encouraged to fill out an application. The Alpha Fund committee reviews and approves all applications. Checks will be payable from the National Office.
Links to the application and guidelines for applying are below. Send the completed application to Jen Mariano at firstname.lastname@example.org
In 1897 the annual convention adopted a resolution to support Lily Funsten Ward, a missionary in China and a Daughter. In the beginning, a week each year was set aside as the Self-Denial week. Contributions made during this week were used to support Miss Ward’s missionary work in China. When missionaries were excluded from China, this fund was used to support the Orders’ missionaries wherever needed. Today the Self-Denial fund grants money to be used by individuals for missionary trips to assisting in buying sewing machines for women in Honduras to help provide for their families. The Self-Denial fund is a fund used for outreach to spread God’s kingdom. Matthew 25:40 reads “The King will reply, ‘I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.’” The Self-Denial Fund provides funds to send missionaries to third world countries as well as to reach the poor and needy in the United States. Just in the past few months we have funded a food bank program in Honduras, money to help set up a farming project in Honduras, a nutrition program for babies in Haiti which will mean life or death for these children, and a funding for a summer project for children on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation is being processed. By supporting the Self-Denial fund your money goes directly to helping others. February 2nd is set aside for the ingathering of the Self Denial Fund, although I am sure that your donations will be accepted at any time.
Senior Dues are $35.00 Junior Dues are $15.00
When are dues paid?
September 1 of each year
To pay your dues on-line, click here.
To mail your payment in, click on the appropriate form below and mail to the National Office with your payment.
Please make all checks out to either “The Order of the Daughters of the King” or “DOK”
List all names paying dues and return with one check or money order for total amount due.
If you need a new dues packet or chapter list, contact the MJF national office at 770-517-8552 X 24 or through email — email@example.com.
To make a donation online, click here.
Please complete this form and send with any contributions to The Order. If a chapter is making a contribution, make sure the chapter's name appears in the "Given By" space. This insures that the chapter will be credited with the contribution.
(A4 is a specific size paper used by many international countries)
(A4 is a specific size paper used by many international countries)
The following materials are available in Spanish from the National Office.
Por favor comuníquese con la Oficina Nacional de la disponibilidad de folletos y otros recursos en español.
Jr DOK Handbook
Sr DOK Handbook
Jr and Sr DOK Information brochures
Prayer Changes Me brochure
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