Who can be a Daughter of the King?

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Senior members are communicants of the Episcopal, Anglica, Roman Catholic, and Lutheran (ELCA) churches or in churches within the Historic Episcopate (Orthodox).
Junior Daughters of the King are between the ages of 7 and 18 years. Jumior Chapters may include girls from all Christian churches who are baptized with water in the Name of the Father, son, and Holy Spirit.
Daughters at Large are those who have no Chapter home. They continue to pay their dues, live bny their vows, follow their rule of life and form chapters when feasible.
International members live outside the continental United States.
Companion groups to the Order may be formed in any other Christian denomination that baptizes with water in the Name of the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit. They follow the model of the Order, but are not officially connected to its base. They are called "Companions on the Way."