The Royal Arch is the fourth and final step that should be taken by all Master Masons to complete their understanding of Pure, Antient Freemasonry. For those who are already a member, we hope that this website is a useful resource, helping you to find and keep abreast of what is available and current in our Province. For Masons who have not yet taken the step into the Royal Arch, we hope this website will further your knowledge of the Royal Arch, allowing you to appreciate its place in Freemasonry and give you the information you need should you be interested in joining. If you are not a Freemason, you are invited to explore this website. In it you will find an explanation of our aims, history, what we do and where you can find out more.”
News – must reads – updated 30th November
E Comp Ken looks as though he had a super evening – well deserved for a well known and well liked Comp.
The occasion was the presentation of a 50th Golden Jubilee Certificate to E.Comp Kenneth Flockton, PPrGSN
Left to Right: E.Comp Francis A Testo, 2ndPGP, E.Comp Martin J Kaitcer (H), E.Comp Martin N Glynn (MEZ), E.Comp Ian D Grant (J), E.Comp Ken Flockton,
With thanks to E Comp Edward Sissling for the article and picture.
ANNUAL CAROL SERVICE – Sunday 8th December 2019 – St Giles Church, Pontefract
The annual Royal Arch Carol Service, hosted by South Riding Royal Arch Council, is to be held at St Giles Parish Church, Market Place, Pontefract, WF8 1AT, on Sunday 8th December at 4.00 pm. The Service, lasting approximately 1 hour, will be followed by light Refreshments at the nearby Pontefract Masonic Hall, Ackworth Road, WF8 3PA. All Companions across the Province are invited along with their wives, partners, family and friends. This Service is led by our own E. Comp. Rev’d. Michael Taylor, supported by the church choir, The Most Excellent Grand Superintendent and other Rulers. Please come along and join in this joyous gathering of Friendship, Peace and Goodwill to all. Regalia may be worn and there is no need to book in advance.
Deputy Grand Superintendant
See the Provincial Grand Chapter, which was presided over by the MEGS and was a great success.
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