Daughters of the KingDaughters of the King (DOK) is a fellowship under the Youth Department that brings together single girls between 12-35 years. The Fellowship also welcomes girls with unforeseen circumstances but still single. The main aim is to nurture young girls into God fearing responsible citizens and bear witness to Jesus Christ. Fellowship is headed by an elected chairperson whose term of office lasts for four (4) years and supported by an elected committee from the Archdeaconry level.
BackgroundDOK was formed in 1985 in USA by Diana Stanton wife of the Bishop of Dallas and introduced in Uganda in 1995 by Mrs. Allen Ssekadde, wife of then Bishop of Namirembe Samuel Balagadde Ssekadde. It started from Mengo Archdeaconry before being approved by the Diocesan Council.
Vision: Transforming and empowering young Christian lives.
Mission: To see young girls get transformed in their Christian lives socially, spiritually and economically.
Motto: Set an example (1 Tim 4:12)
Colours: Royal blue and white
- To preach the word of God throughout the world through singing, dancing, art and craft, evangelism and mission etc.
- To have girls face challenges with a Christ centered heart.
- To uphold the self esteem and capabilities of girls/ladies using their skills and talents.
- To let the girls know that life is precious and how to keep it safe.
- Descent dressing
- Participation in Church activities. Read More