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”
Queens Jubilee Lodge meetings are always a happy affair and February meeting was just that. The main business of the evening was an explanation of the second-degree tracing board, to be presented by the WM Bro John Smith. Numbers on this Continue reading “APGM enjoys tracing board the long way.”
Well what can I say, after being in freemasonry for 20 years I am sorry to say I had never visited our Mother Lodge, Queens Jubilee Lodge 2193. On my arrival I was greeted warmly and felt quite at home especially when a further Continue reading “Queens Jubilee passed two”
Bro Ritchie Smith received a wonderful explanation of the Second Degree Tracing Board last night at Pendle Lodge’s March meeting.
Once again we made Continue reading “Ritchie receives tracing board explanation”
Three Pendle Lodge masons visited Roses Lodge last night at Colne and had a thoroughly good time.
The WM, SW and DC had no Continue reading “We visited Roses Lodge 5140 at Colne”
Bro. Ian Duxbury has been due to receive an explanation of the Second Degree Tracing board for several months now, but seeing as he is regularly away on business it has taken some time to do just that. Continue reading “Tracing Boards don’t come much bigger!”
Great masonic ritual doesn’t just happen. Many hours of reading the ritual book and practicing the ceremonial in the Lodge is what counts. It’s not supposed to be easy, it’s designed as an effective method of Continue reading “Great Ritual doesn’t just happen”