Wentzville Rainbow Assembly #114








Wentzville Assembly #114
Constituted - November 18, 2006

The International Order Of The Rainbow For Girls


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Rainbow is a non-profit, service-oriented organization that teaches girls three basic virtues: Faith in a Supreme Being and other people, having Hope in all that they do, and Charity toward others.


The International Order of the Rainbow for Girls was founded in 1922, by William Mark Sexson, a Christian minister and active member of the Masonic Lodge. Rev. Sexson had spent his life dedicated to both fraternal organizations, and his ministry, and became aware of the need for a youth organization for young women who were from a Masonic or Eastern Star home.






The seven colors of the Rainbow... represent seven teaching that each member receives on her journey toward the pot of gold.


- In all its forms.


- Though Rainbow is not a religious organization.


- Its importance in daily life.


- An understanding of death as part of life.


- An emphasis on being honest and reliable.


- Encouraging citizenship.


- The lesson that ties all others together.


Welcome to the Official Homepage of Wentzville Assembly #114, Missouri, International Order of the Rainbow for Girls.
This web page acknowledges allegiance to the Supreme Assembly, International Order of the Rainbow for Girls, whose seat of authority is in McAlester, Oklahoma, of which Reverend W. Mark Sexson, was the founder, Mrs. Marie Renda, USA, is Supreme Worthy Advisor, and to the Grand Jurisdiction of Missouri of which Catherine Dent is Supreme Inspector in Missouri.

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 Teresa Thomason Mother Advisor


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