Our International organization is known as the "Supreme Assembly," which is the ultimate governing body of the organization. The officers of Supreme Assembly are adults and guide any ritual changes, changes to Supreme By-laws, and Constitution, etc. These dedicated individuals make up the House of Gold. This prestigious group of inspirational leaders is directed by the Supreme Worthy Advisor.
Supreme Assembly refers to the International Headquarters and the Rainbow
Supreme Temple in McAlester, Oklahoma, which has a library of historical documents,
special collections of memorabilia and Rainbow treasures from around the world,
as well as a Supreme Assembly meeting room. This facility is open on a regular
basis, and all members are encouraged to visit. Assembly paraphernalia
or supplies can be ordered from the Supreme Temple.
Supreme Assembly also refers to the biennial convention that is held, gathering Rainbow members from every Jurisdiction into one location. When Supreme Assembly is in session, the ritual floor work is done by Grand Worthy Advisors and Past Grand Worthy Advisors from various jurisdictions. The Supreme Assembly Session is similar to Grand Assembly, with more members present, and a wide variety of shared traditions and ideas. All Jurisdictions are encouraged to attend this international convention.
At Supreme Assembly, Rainbow girls from all over the world come bringing souvenirs from their native countries and states to exchange with other members. The real highlight of the sessions is the model exemplification of the Ritual, which is put on by a team of girls composed of Grand Worthy Advisors of the various states. These girls are among the most outstanding girls of the Rainbow world.
Supreme Worthy Advisor
|The Supreme Worthy Advisor is the Chief Executive Officer of our Order, making decisions as needed when Supreme Assembly is not in Session. She is often assisted in those duties by the Supreme Executive Board, which is composed of the seven elected officers.|
Mrs. Susan Rennagel, Supreme Worthy Advisor
Supreme Inspectors and Supreme Deputies
Each Grand Jurisdiction has a Supreme Inspector or Supreme Deputy as their Chief Executive Officer. Initially, a Supreme Deputy is appointed for the Jurisdiction by the Supreme Worthy Advisor. At such time as a Supreme Deputy is elected to the House of Gold, the title then becomes Supreme Inspector.
2016-2018 Supreme Officers include:
Supreme Worthy Advisor- Sue Rennagel- Virginia
Supreme Worthy Assoc. Advisor- Joanie Jacka - Nevada
Supreme Charity – Judy Fortenberry - Tennessee
Supreme Hope - Kay Letterman - North Carolina
Supreme Faith - Carolyn York- Arizona
Supreme Recorder- Mary Adeline Bradford - PSWA, Maryland
Supreme Treasurer - Lynn Shoulders
Supreme Chaplain - Luanne Walton
Supreme Drill Leader - Kathleen Nase
Supreme Love - Eleanor Roque-Redor
Supreme Religion - Ellen Gigerich
Supreme Nature - Gale Gould
Supreme Immortality - Dedra Hart
Supreme Fidelity - Anne Needham
Supreme Patriotism - Betty Garwood
Supreme Service - Jacie Harmon
Supreme Confidential Observer - Lynn Gebler
Supreme Outer Observer - Debby Estey
Supreme Parliamentarian - Roberta Meyers
The Supreme Officers parallel those of a Local Assembly with three exceptions:
- Supreme Assembly has a Supreme Organist (and no Supreme Musician)
- Supreme Assembly has a Supreme Parliamentarian (a position that does not exist at the local level)
- Supreme Assembly has no Supreme Choir Director. All elective Supreme Officers serve for a term of two years; all appointed Supreme Officers serve at the pleasure of the Supreme Worthy Advisor.