The Purpose of Job's Daughters

The purpose of Job's Daughters is to build character
through moral and spiritual development, Holy Scriptures,
loyalty to our flag and the country for which it stands, and respect for parents and guardians.

Each member of the Order is between the ages
of 10 and 20 and must be related to a Master Mason or
sponsored by a Master Mason.

The meeting place is called a Bethel, which means, "Holy Place".
The Grecian robes are emblematic of the robes worn by the people in the time of Job.
They are suggestive of an upward and onward trend toward high ideals.

There is nothing more fitting to a young girl than the beautiful sentiments
expressed in the Book of Job, which indicate that in life, from early childhood to old age,
we may encounter trials and tribulations that we must meet and overcome.