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Spring 2024 Virtual Assembly
April 12-13

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Keynote Speaker: National Chaplain, 
the Rev. Lynn Carter-Edmands

The Rev’d Lynn Carter-Edmands has over thirty years of leadership experience as a priest in parish and diocesan ministry. This experience includes congregation and clergy transitions, vocational discernment and mentoring, formation and leadership development, and mediation and conflict transformation. Mother Lynn concluded eight years as a member of the Bishop’s staff in the Diocese of Southern Ohio as the Canon to the Ordinary. She has served as the rector of two parishes and as a chaplain and teacher at a boy’s boarding preparatory school where she taught Bible, Ethics, and senior electives in religion.

Mother Lynn is certified in Transitional Ministry through the Interim Ministry Network and in the Appreciative Way and recently completed a year as the transition priest-in-charge of St. Alban’s in Bexley, OH. She volunteers as a member of the Board of Directors of Healthy Congregations, Inc.

 

This summer she will return to General Convention as a deputy from the Diocese of Southern Ohio and also as a member of the Legislative Committee concerning Title IV Disciplinary Canons. Lynn is married to the Rev’d Frank A. Edmands II, also an Episcopal priest, and they live in the Columbus, OH area.

Mother Lynn has described herself as “an outgoing and encouraging leader committed to living and sharing the good news of Jesus to build up the body of Christ for our life in the world, offering my gifts and experience as a priest to bring out God's best in others as they bring out God's best in me.” She considers herself blessed to have been appointed as national chaplain to The Order of the Daughters of the King and to be able to work alongside National President, Nancy Severin, and other leaders in the Daughters' remarkable ministry of prayer, service, and evangelism. She is very much looking forward to being with the Province V Virtual Spring Assembly this April as keynote speaker.

Registration

On April 1st, (no foolin') you should receive an email from National (dokevents@doknational.org) to register for the Virtual Assembly. Click on the link in the email and then you will receive a reply email with the Zoom link so you can attend the Virtual Assembly.

If, by April 8, you have not received an email to register, click the following links:

 

...or contact Carol Townsend.

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Prayer, Fellowship, and Remembrance:
Friday evening, April 12

Gather with us as we spend time together in prayer and fellowship. We will remember the Daughters who have passed this year and ready ourselves for the full Assembly on Saturday.

 

Also: get your Pray Dough ready! Check out this blog post from 2022 when we first encountered this virtual healing service practice.

Download the Assembly Booklet

Download your booklet for the Spring 2024 Province Assembly. Just click the PDF button below.

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Assembly Book Download
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Province V Service Project

We are following the lead of our National Convention (Triennial): donate items or money to local shelters for women and children.

 

The lists below are what the Triennial Service Project is asking for and is a good starting point for helping any shelter. Contact your local shelter for more information
For more information about the service project, click the link below.

Hygiene Items Needed:

  • Travel size lotion

  • Travel-size body wash/soap

  • Travel-size Shampoo & Conditioner

  • Toothbrushes & Toothpaste

  • Deodorant

  • Scrubs or washcloths

Food Items Needed:

  • Individual Fruit /Applesauce cups w/spoon

  • Water bottles

  • Single-serving trail mix/nuts

  • Tuna pouch/pull tops & crackers w/spoon

  • Single-serving protein drinks/protein bars

  • Beef jerky/snack sticks

  • Cheese & crackers/ Peanut butter & crackers

  • Single serving Chips

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