As we once again approach possibly the biggest celebration of the year, I encourage each and every Freemason to demonstrate those admirable qualities of Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth to all those less fortunate than ourselves. Although difficult in these most unusual times, it’s not impossible.
The Passing ceremony to the second degree went really well. No, I mean it went really well. There was some change to the senior officers what with the Worshipful Master being away on business, so our DC Keith Bateman stepped into the WM chair to deliver what is his most favourite ceremony and the Assistant DC stepped up to the office of DC. The Senior Warden and Junior Warden, both being experienced Masons comfortably filled their Continue reading “No, I mean it went really well”
The 1882 Lounge at Burnley Football Club proved to be a really good choice for Steve and Lyn’s Pendle Lodge Ladies Evening. On Saturday 9th March the members of Pendle Lodge along with friends and Ladies enjoyed a wonderful night of friendship, dining Continue reading “Steve & Lyn’s Pendle Lodge Ladies Evening”
Kevin Pickering, a past member of Pendle Lodge was finally Installed in the Chair of a Masonic Lodge on Tuesday 26th February. Marsden within Pennine Valley Lodge received Kevin as a member after his return to the UK and finding changes at his mother lodge didn’t Continue reading “Finally Installed in the Chair”
Steve and Lyn Jansen invite you to the Pendle Lodge Ladies Evening in the 1882 Lounge at Burnley Football Club. Indeed, where else would Steve hold such an event, being an avid Burnley supporter for many years and all that. The evening takes place on the 9th March 2019 at 6:30 pm. Click here to view the menu. To book your place click here to download the application form. Complete your menu choice and send your form and cheque to John Hudson.
As you celebrate Christmas, make wonderful memories that will linger in your home, make great friendships that will last a lifetime and may this season be filled with peace and joy. Have a Merry Christmas.
I know we refer to him as young Josh, but his maturity and self-assurance don’t reflect his age what so ever. Joshua was raised to the third degree with as much pomp and ceremonial as could be mustered by the brethren of Pendle Lodge, and believe me they put on a good show on Continue reading “Young Josh hits the big time.”
Pendle Lodge enjoyed their March meeting with an explanation of the First Degree Tracing Board. This part of the first-degree journey is always presented within a couple of months of a new candidate being initiated, and this month we had the pleasure of explaining its features and lessons to Continue reading “J.W. – Shocked by tracing board”
Interest in Freemasonry is certainly on the rise, what with the recent television documentary and the media input to our 300th celebrations throughout the country. It all sounds great news. This website and our Facebook page also takes the order to social media and spreads the Masonic good news story far and wide. Continue reading “Two Candidates in Two months for Pendle”
Queens Jubilee Lodge has their Installation festival Dinner on the Friday after the actual ceremony. This means there is plenty of time to enjoy the meal without having to think about any ceremonial in the lodge. It having been performed and delivered days Continue reading “Pendle Turn out for Q.J. Festival Dinner”