Job’s Daughters
Bethel 337
71 Plaza Sq., Orange, CA
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Jobs Daughters Bethel 337

...where friends become sisters...
Join Us!
New members are welcome year-round!
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Celebrating 100 Years of Job's Daughters
Back In Person!
Socially distanced and together again! 
Grand Bethel 2021
Award winners!
Ava PHQ - First Place vocal solo
Jacqueline HQ - Winners' Circle Instrumental, Photography, Digital Art, Librarian's Report
Installation 2021
Virtual Installation
"What would life be without a song?"
Disneyland Day 2021
Polynesian Dance Class
Senior Princess Fundraiser
Cultural Diversity
Parade with the Shriners
El Bekal Shrine is a great supporter of Job's Daughters! Shriners also support the Shriners Hospitals for Children worldwide.
Boomers Irvine
Thank you to Orange Grove Masonic Lodge for sponsoring Youth Appreciation Day at Boomers!
Mystery Trip to Great Wolf Lodge
Serve the Masons
The Daughters served the Orange Grove Lodge Masons a Saint Patrick's Day-themed meal at the March Stated Dinner.  
Tiara Bowling
Educational Trip
We thank Working Wardrobes for a wonderful tour of their facility!
You've Been Flocked!
Orange Masonic Youth
Grand Guardians' Philanthropic Project
Each year, the Grand Guardian and Associate Grand Guardian choose a philanthropic project that all California Job's Daughters support. In 2019, Freedom Dogs was the Grand Guardians' Project.
Whale Watching
Street Fair
Light the Night
Association Picnic
Who We Are
Job's Daughters is the premier youth organization for girls.  We promote friendship, develop leadership skills and instill confidence all while having fun!
Job's Daughters has a rich heritage and tradition. For over 90 years we have provided opportunities for young women to work together, learn about themselves and help others. Job's Daughters is open to girls ages 10 to 20. We do not follow any specific religion, but do require that our members have a belief in God.

Job's Daughters was founded in 1920 by Mrs. Ethel T Wead Mick in Omaha, Nebraska. We take our name from the Book of Job, and in particular to a reference in the 42nd Chapter that says, "And in all the land were no women found so fair as the Daughters of Job." 

Meetings follow a long tradition of order and are held twice a month with the help and supervision of adult volunteers. The Officers wear traditional Grecian robes, symbols of democracy and equality, other members wear dresses to meetings.

To join Job's Daughter does not involve an embarrassing ritual or test of courage. Initiations are solemn, meaningful ceremonies presented by Bethel Officers.

Parents are welcome at all initiations, meetings and events.