Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Freemasonry is

Freemasonry is 
kindness in the home, 
honesty in business, 
courtesy in society, 
fairness in work, 
pity and concern for the unfortunate, 
resistance toward evil, 
help for the weak, 
forgiveness for the penitent, 
love for one another and, above all, 
reverence and love for God. 
Freemasonry is many things but, 
most of all:
Freemasonry is a way of life.

It encourages good citizenship and political expression but is not a political organization. 
Its charitable activities are manifold, yet, it is not a welfare or benefit organization.

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Spot the difference!

Is it Freemason or is mason enough?

Saturday, July 25, 2015

MRF Symposium 2015

To register and for more details
click on the link below:
MRF Symposium 2015

Tuesday, July 21, 2015


If God calls you to do something, he gifts you with all you need.
This is what we see in the case of Aholiab.

In the Holy Bible, Aholiab son of Ahisamakh, was a Danite of great skill, whom Moses appointed. He worked under Bezalel as the deputy architect of the Tabernacle. He helped build the implements which it housed, including the Ark of the Covenant. Exodus 38:23 in the Holy Bible describes him as a master carpenter, weaving, and embroidery.
But he was not always so skilled at his craft. Israelites, who had been masons and bricklayers in Egypt, were not skilled artisans; but the Spirit of God that moved amongst His people, miraculously gave Bezaleel and Aholiab the skill that was wanting.

Similarly those whom God calls to ANY service, he will find or make fit for it. The Lord gives different gifts to different persons; let each mind his proper work, diligently remembering that whatever wisdom any one possesses, the Lord put it in the heart, to do his commandments. (Ex 31:12-17)

If you have been appointed to a position at your Lodge - and don't feel up to it. Do not despair. The GAOTU will guide you to success. Just make sure you ask Him. ;)

Exodus 31 from Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary on the Bible

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

An Interesting Lodge Room

The Masonic Temple in Utrecht, Netherlands

Masonic Temple is a term commonly used in Freemasonry with multiple but related meanings.

It is used to describe
-an abstract spiritual goal,
-the conceptual ritualistic space formed when a Masonic Lodge meets, and
-the physical rooms and structures in which a Lodge meets.

When used to describe a structure the term is interchangeable with the term Masonic Hall.


Sellies, Frans. Accessed 5 May 2015. https://m.flickr.com/#/photos/26849514@N06/17061415688/.


Frans Sellies, accessed 5 May 2015, https://m.flickr.com/#/photos/26849514@N06/17061415688/.

Friday, March 6, 2015

Book of Constitutions of the United Grand Lodge of England

The constitution of the United Grand Lodge of England is available to download or read online

You can also download or read the Craft Plates