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.”

LATEST – Dated 6/05/2021 – check latest UGLE & Gov info, bottom of the page

 

Congratulations to all those Companions who have received Grand Honours. 

Please click below on the link to all of the Grand honours bestowed on all of the Companions in the Province of Yorkshire, West Riding.

Grand honours recipients 2021

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Please note that Heatherstone Savile Chapter have changed their meeting place, it is now,

The Masonic Hall, Southwood, Halifax. HX1 2EH   

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A question for all Master Masons

WHY JOIN THE ROYAL ARCH?
 
With a return to physical meetings now firmly on
the cards an excellent new video has been
produced by E Companion Andrew Robinson,
Royal Arch Education Manager setting out for
Master Masons who have not yet taken this final
step why they should seriously think about it to
add to both their understanding and enjoyment
of Freemasonry.
 

The video is about 15 minutes long and sees
Andrew liken joining the Royal Arch to the last
and crucial chapter in your favourite book or TV
series, the part that brings everything together!
This video is well worth 15 minutes of any
Brothers time. Ideal for use by Lodges for Zoom
meetings. Just follow this link to watch and learn.
You’ll be asked a simple question for access –
good luck!
The video is about 15 minutes long and sees
Andrew liken joining the Royal Arch to the last
and crucial chapter in your favourite book or TV
series, the part that brings everything together!
This video is well worth 15 minutes of any
Brothers time. Ideal for use by Lodges for Zoom
meetings. Just follow this link to watch and learn.
You’ll be asked a simple question for access –
good luck!
 
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UGLE info published – 26th April 2021               Government info – published as of 26th April 2021

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