Saturday, October 24, 2020 8:30 AM – 1:30 PM
How do we go on? When and where will we meet? Who will we be? As Daughters, these are the questions we should be asking. Lord, what will you have us do?
Using as our inspiration, the words of our Motto and those of Mother Teresa—“prayer changes us and we change things” (see quotation below)—these are the questions we will explore at this first ever online Diocesan Assembly, which will include the election of new Officers and the adoption of revised Bylaws.
Special Guests will include Our Bishops; Susan O’Brien, former President of the DOK National Council; and Barbara Shreve, Province VIII Presumptive President-Elect.
We will meet using the Zoom platform. Don’t worry, instructions will be given ahead of time about how to join the meeting by computer, tablet, or phone. And there will be breaks in the day and time for fellowship.
“I used to pray that God would feed the hungry, or do this or that, but now I pray that he will guide me to do whatever I’m supposed to do, what I can do. I used to pray for answers, but now I am praying for strength. I used to believe that prayer changes things but now I know that…
prayer changes us and we change things.” —Mother Teresa
Daughters of the King Announce Nehemiah Prayer Vigil for Peace and Healing Beginning Tuesday, September 1
All Episcopal Church Women in Province VIII are welcome and invited to attend our Virtual Annual Meeting.
On Friday evening, August 7th, join our Pau Hana (Happy Hour) to mix and mingle in the Spirit of Aloha. Island dress optional. We’ll provide the recipes for authentic Hawaiian cocktails and appetizers (pu pu) and other Hawaiian goodies on this website soon.
On Saturday, August 8th, tune in at 9 am to learn about the history of the Episcopal Church in Hawaii, including the story of King Kamehameha and Queen Emma, honored on their own Feast Day on November 28th in the Book of Common Prayer. The Diocese of Hawaii has made a great video we will be sharing.
We’ll have a business meeting including short presentations from our affiliated organizations including UTO, DOK, CPC and GFS. We will elect new officers for the 2021-2024 Triennium, learn to Hula with “Hularobics”, practice Hawaiian sayings, attend a Forgiveness Workshop led by former National ECW Chaplain Rev. Mary Janda (Diocese of Utah), learn about building up ECW at the Diocesan level from Province VIII President Evita Krislock and V.P. Martha Estes, and end the day with an Aloha Worship Service.
THERE IS NO CHARGE TO REGISTER
The first UTO Ingathering of 2020 will take place on Ascension Sunday in congregations across the diocese. Watch for information coming soon, with suggestions for holding your own ingathering during this time of limited services and other gatherings. The Diocesan UTO team, under the leadership of Laura Samaniego, is putting together informative resources now. In the meantime, visit the UTO Coordinators’ Page on this website.
Due to the Coronavirus situation our meeting is postponed until it is safe to hold it. All registration payments already received will be returned.
Registration $25 per person in advance, $35 thereafter at the door. Join Bishop Diane Jardine Bruce and Episcopal Church Women from across the Diocese of Los Angeles for our Annual Meeting and Program. Keynote Speaker Femi Knight will speak about what we can do to address miss-perceptions about women in the workplace and social settings, and affect change for the better for our mothers, sisters, and daughters. Registration check in begins at 8:30. Hosted by Holy Trinity/St. Benedict’s Episcopal Church, Alhambra.