Winston Salem Assembly 37 International Order of the Rainbow For Girls

The International Order of the Rainbow for Girls is a Masonic youth service organization that teaches leadership training through community service. Girls ages 11-20 learn about the value of charity and service through their work and involvement with their annual local and Grand (state) service projects

* For girls ages 8-11, Winston-Salem does have a "Pledge" program for prospective members so that they can become familiar with Rainbow ceremonies and activities.

What is the purpose of Rainbow?

The purpose of Rainbow is to promote effective communication, leadership skills and most importantly, service to humanity. Members of Rainbow are active in their churches, schools and communities. They raise money for various charities and extend themselves in service to their community. Rainbow girls also have many fun activities and opportunities to make lifelong friendships.

Is Rainbow a religion?

NO! Rainbow is a service organization. Rainbow does, however, encourage each member to be an active participant in the church of her choice.

What are the teachings of Rainbow?

The teachings of Rainbow are non-sectarian, based on the seven lessons taught to the girls at their initiation ceremony. The lesson of Love teaches love of home and family. Religion teaches the importance of membership and active participation in the church of your choice. Nature teaches the importance of spending time in the out-of-doors. Immortality teaches us that even though our body dies our souls live on forever. Fidelity teaches the importance of loyalty to the Order and the Rainbow Girl’s family and friends. Patriotism teaches the importance of respecting the laws of our country and its flag, and Service teaches the importance of providing unselfish acts of service to our home, community, and the sponsoring Organizations of Rainbow. There are also teachings of Faith, Hope and Charity. The beautiful lessons of Rainbow guide a girl into a better life.

Who can attend a Rainbow Meeting?

Meetings are open to Rainbow Members in good standing, as well as any Mason, Eastern Star or Amaranth in good standing, any parent, grandparent or legal guardian of an active Rainbow Girl, and any Majority Member of Rainbow.

How do I join?

For more information about joining Rainbow, please contact our Mother Advisor, Dannielle Williard, at

Rainbow gets girls ready for life

This webpage acknowledges allegiance to the Supreme Assembly of the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls, whose International Headquarters is in McAlester, Oklahoma, and to the Grand Jurisdiction of North Carolina, of which the Supreme Inspector is Mrs. Kay F. Letterman, Supreme Faith and Member of the House of Gold...