House of Margret Thatcher
“Being powerful is like being a lady. If you have to tell people you are, you aren’t.”
The House of Margaret Thatcher exists to be a faith-deepening, gift-illuminating sisterhood founded in courageous love.
Margaret Thatcher was called the “Iron Lady” for her fierce devotion to her beliefs. We want our love to be the same. We aim to love with conviction, to love when it’s hard, and to be women of tough love.
Instead of shallow relationships, we want this community to model a well that is deep, transparent, and fluid. We want to be intimately connected to each other’s lives through the good and bad, the easy and the hard. This value summons iron women to seek out the reality rather than the perception of all things. In other words, we keep it real.
In a chord, separate notes sound coincidentally to form a rich sound. We want the House to work in the same way. As many individuals together, we seek to encourage the strength and beauty in each member. As notes in a chord, we want to complement and accentuate the best in each other.
Nights of Worship (NOWs)
Wells: our weekly Bible studies
Valentine’s Day Party: We celebrate Valentine’s Day with each other every year by exchanging a special gift.
End of the Year Dinner: We celebrate how the House has grown and get excited for what is to come.
Big & Littles
Our House colors are pink and green. We chose these colors to represent the House, but also our spirit—green is our growth and pink is our passion, our love.
The Celtic claddagh stands for a perfect picture of our mission statement: love, community, and hope.
Within the claddagh is the phi, the Greek letter starting the word phileo. This represents our House motto of “love” and our House’s focus.
The Huguenot cross represents the love of our Savior and Lord Jesus Christ, and the dove is the grace that we receive daily.
The lion shows our unity and devotion to The King’s College.