May 03, 2022Daughters of the King eagerly awaiting their Spring Assembly on May 7

Daughters of the King eagerly awaiting their Spring Assembly on May 7

Margie Gray One-minute read.   Resources

Trinity Episcopal Church, Lebanon, Missouri, is hosting a joyous occasion on May 7, 2022, when the Daughters of the King hold their Spring Assembly. Thirty Daughters have signed up from nine different chapters in the southern deanery. This is only the second assembly since the beginning of the pandemic, so Daughters are anxious to be together for fellowship, learning, and worship.

Cheryl Webb-Laughlin Image: Gary Allman

Cheryl Webb-Laughlin, President of the Order for the diocese, said, “The planners have left plenty of time for fellowship this year since it is vital to the practice of our Christian faith.” Many of the rural chapters in the southern deanery find it challenging to get together, so assemblies are of particular importance.

Instead of an educational program, there will be music! Trinity has a wonderful musical ensemble led by the church’s prize pipe organ. After lunch, a business meeting will be held with more fellowship.

The assembly will close with a Eucharist celebrated by the Diocesan Chaplain, Fr. Tim Coppinger from St. Paul’s, Lee’s Summit.

This time of renewal and celebration will be a special event for this dedicated group of women.

Margie Gray retired in 2000 from the Missouri Department of Corrections as a Probation and Parole Officer and lives in John Knox Village with her dog, Jax. Margie attends St. Anne’s Episcopal Church, Lee’s Summit, and is currently working on a teen novel and picture books.

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