Free Organ Concert at Freemasons’ Hall

Reading Time: < 1 minute The next in the series of Organ Concerts will be given by the distinguished organist Darius Battiwalla, Leeds City Organist, at 18:15 for an hour on Wednesday 14th November. The concert will, as usual, be projected on the walls of the Grand Temple. Tickets are free but should be booked at: http://bit.ly/FMH-Concert-Nov-2018 Before the concert … Read more

Proposed New Chapter for Oxfordshire

Reading Time: 2 minutes Over the last few months, there has been a considerable amount of activity within Semper Paratus Lodge concerning the possible formation of a new Chapter. Due to the increasing success of the Lodge, which had 14 members when it relocated from London to the Province 5 years ago and now has over 40, there is a need to provide additional stimulus and growth within the Semper Paratus circle.

The Influence of Kings on Craft Freemasonry

Reading Time: 27 minutes ‘From time immemorial’ we have been very fortunate in that our Craft has had the support of Royalty. Without that support I doubt that we would be in the same position as we are today, even taking into account our declining numbers. Royalty brought and registered a degree of class, charisma & gentlemanly behaviour to … Read more

Peace and Pemberton Chapter bows out, with 3 Donations to Charity

Reading Time: 2 minutes It was an installation tinged with sadness at Peace and Pemberton Chapter No 4686. The chapter was honoured and delighted to receive Assistant to the Provincial Grand Principals Ian Cuerden as the principal guest, on this special occasion at Pemberton Masonic Hall. Pictured from left to right, are: Ian Cuerden, Danny Jones, Derek Ishmael, Corrie Wilson-MacCormack, … Read more

50th Celebration at Tudor Chapter 277

Reading Time: 2 minutes On Monday 18th September 2017 Tudor Chapter No. 277 were host to the 2nd Provincial Grand Principal, EComp Harvey Basger to celebrate EComp John Jackson’s Royal Arch Golden Jubilee Reaching the milestone of a 50th in the Royal Arch does not happen that often when compared to the Craft so it was a fittingly splendid … Read more