Episcopal Church Women (ECW)
All women of St. Aidan’s Church are
automatically a member of ECW and participation is voluntary.
ECW usually meets once a month at various locations and the purpose
of our group at this time is primarily for social fellowship among women
of the church. Each month different volunteers coordinate the activity or
meeting that centers around a variety of subjects. If during a
particular monthly event there is a charitable result that can benefit an
outreach organization or St. Aidan’s and its ministries we would consider
it a bonus, yet not a requirement.
We do not have officers or a treasury and any events are “break even” —
meaning that attendees cover their own expenses and no profit is to take
place unless the group decides to do a fundraiser/benefit specifically.
Contact person: Angela Hinkel at firstname.lastname@example.org
Daughters of the King (DOK)
The DOK is a lay order of women with a
rich, 125-year history. Women in the DOK reaffirm the promises
of the Baptismal covenant, pledging themselves to a lifetime of prayer,
service and evangelism. Daughters, who can be recognized by the
distinctive silver cross they wear each day, are committed to enhancing the
spiritual life of their parish and following the Order's Rule of Life.
The group meets year-round on the first Saturday of each month from
10am-noon in the church library. In addition to monthly meetings,
DOK participates in occasional retreats and service projects. T o learn
more about the DOK, call the Church Office or visit the national DOK
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