Royal Arch Freemasonry Surrey

Royal Arch Surrey.

The Supreme Order of the Holy Royal Arch of Jerusalem.

Or Chapter as it is more commonly known in Freemasonry is thriving in Surrey with many Chapters meeting at various Masonic Halls in the Province of Surrey.

The Royal Arch is a continuation of Craft Freemasonry and its members are known as Companions.

A Mason is eligible to join the Royal Arch in Surrey once he has been a Master Mason for 4 Weeks and upwards.

Members of Craft Lodges wear a Royal Arch breast jewel to show the close affinity between the two orders.

As in all Degrees the ritual of Royal arch is an allegory providing a spiritual dimension which focuses the mind of the Companion without conflicting with their religions beliefs.

Triple-Tau

A triple tau is literally “three Tau’s,” the tau being the nineteenth letter in the Greek Alphabet. The triple tau of Royal Arch Masonry consists of 3 Ts linked in the centre joined at their base.

A Chapter operates in many ways similar to a Craft Lodge in that it has Officers and a Degree into which a Brother is Exalted.

Many Craft Lodges also have a Royal Arch Chapter attached to them usually taking the name of the Lodge.

Royal Arch Freemasonry in Surrey is active in charity, sports events and social events with an active events calendar twinned with Craft Freemasonry.

Each Freemasons Lodge has a Royal Arch Representative who will answer any question about joining a Royal Arch Chapter in Surrey.

To view the Royal Arch of Surrey site go here.

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