Following requests from many of the new members in the University Lodge No 9907 we have arranged a very informal meeting to discuss the Royal Arch on Monday December 4th 2017 at Shelton.
The format of the evening is intended to be a fact finding event with a great deal of interaction and participation from all attendees, without obligation and without some of the pressures. It is certainly a different approach to Masonry that many of you will not have experienced before. The intention is that anyone attending will leave with a better understanding of what the Royal Arch is, what it stands for, and why being a member is something worth considering, and most importantly, that they have had a good time!
The University Lodge has used this type of meeting format for the last 3 years with any potential new members as a way of introduction into Freemasonry but this is our first attempt at extending it to the Royal Arch. In addition to anyone wanting to find out more about the Royal Arch we have already ensured that there will be sufficient well established Royal Arch members on hand to join in the event and hopefully provoke meaningful discussions.
The feedback from the previous meetings for people wanting to find out more about Freemasonry has been extremely positive and we are confident that this will be the case with this one purely aimed at the Royal Arch.
We hope that you and any of your Brethren, who are not members of the Royal Arch will take advantage of this meeting and give it a go and hopefully you will be pleasantly surprised at the outcome. When you hear comments like 'I have been in Freemasonry for over 10 years and have learnt things tonight that I did not know before' and ' that was one of the best Masonic experiences I have had' it might just persuade you to attend.
The meeting will be from 7.00 pm until 9.00 pm and will be in the small dining room at Shelton Masonic Centre Snowhill, S-O-T. There will be a buffet half-way through the evening and the bar will also be open for those wishing to use it.
In the first instance please register your interest with Andy Mapperson, Provincial GSN, who can be contacted via the Provincial Office
This could be the start of something good!!!
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