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Buckinghamshire Provincial Grand Chapter

Hermes webinars for Scibe E,  P-S MEZ & Treasurer  Download PDF File Here Download PDF File Here...
On Friday 2nd September, Thames Schools Chapter held an emergency meeting to exalt 2 Companions from St. Lawrence Lodge in a fantastic ceremony held at Marlow Masonic Centre. Brothers Peter Demetriou and Gary Bacon were exceptional candidates, enteri...
 THE VERY FINAL PUSH OR INDEED PULL FOR THE BUCKS FESTIVAL 2021 "THREE COMPANIONS IN A BOAT" Companions We all know how important the festival is to the province. Also, how much the Royal Arch has supported this incredible adventure for the past...
Stephens Chapter held a regular meeting of the Chapter on Saturday 9th July at Beaconsfield Masonic Centre, the meeting was very well attended. On the agenda was the joining of seven members of Amersham Lodge and an exaltation of Bro Paul William Dan...
On Thursday 7th of July, Sunnymeads Chapter held a Regular Meeting at the Slough Masonic Centre. The meeting was very well attended with a visit from our Most Excellent Grand Superintendent Graham Peter Dearing, his executive and acting Officers...
On Thursday the 9th of June the Provincial Grand Chapter of Norfolk, held its Annual Meeting in the magnificent setting of St Andrews Hall, Norwich. St. Andrew's Hall and the conjoining Blackfriars' Hall are a Grade 1 listed set of friary church and ...
On Friday the 13th of May, Wexham Park Chapter held their 119th and Installation Convocation at the Slough Masonic Centre. Friday the 13th proved to be lucky for the members of Wexham Park Chapter, with an Official visit from our most popular Grand S...
On Tuesday 10th May 2022, Wycombe Chapter celebrated its 125-year anniversary and what a celebration it was. The Chapter's Principals led by E.Comp Paul Townsend, MEZ, opened the Chapter and was then delighted to welcome the Most Excellent Grand Supe...
On Monday the 9th of May Marlow Valley Chapter after a number of years struggling with membership levels, held its last meeting at the Marlow Masonic Centre with a Provincial Team led by our Most Excellent Grand Superintendent closing the Chapter in ...
On Saturday the 7th May Stephens Chapter held their 303rd Convocation and Installation meeting, at Beaconsfield Masonic Centre, the meeting was very well attended. The Chapter was honored by an Official visit from our Most Excellent Grand Superi...
On Friday 29th April, Buckinghamshire First Principals Chapter, held a regular meeting of the Chapter, at Masonic Hall, Bletchley. The meeting was well attended with members from all parts of the Province, Provincial Executive and visitors. The highl...
On Thursday the 28th April, 2022, at the investiture meeting of Supreme Grand Chapter of England the Pro First Grand Principal Most Excellent Companion Peter Lowndes, Invested E Comp Michael Lockie and Michael Phillips to the Grand Chapter rank ...
On Monday the 25th of April, Grenfell Chapter held a Regular Meeting at the Slough Masonic Centre. The meeting was very well attended with a visit from our Provincial Scribe Nehemiah, E Comp Mike Lockie along with members of Neleus Chapter escor...
On Wednesday 13th April 2022, the Provincial Grand Chapter of Buckinghamshire, led by the ME Grand Superintendent, E. Comp Graham Dearing, descended on the sleepy village of North Crawley to attend the installation meeting of Cowper and Newton Chapte...
On Monday the 28th March 2022, the Royal Arch Province of Buckinghamshire, held their annual convocation. More than 250 companions attended including many distinguished guests from other Provinces, along with our Provincial Grand Master John Clark an...
Provincial Grand Chapter of Buckinghamshire Annual Convocation Booklet 28th March 2022:- Download PDF File Here...
During his address to Provincial Grand Chapter on Monday 28th of March 2022, MEGS Graham Dearing launched the new Provincial Year Book for 2022, available from your Chapter's Scribe E or E Mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You...
On Thursday the 24th March Sunnymeads Chapter held a regular meeting of the Chapter at Slough Masonic Centre. The meeting was very well attended with a visit from our Most Excellent Grand Superintendent, Graham Dearing and a team of 16 Acting Provinc...
On Monday the 21st of March, Grenfell Chapter, held a regular meeting of the Chapter at Slough Masonic Centre. The work for the meeting was a demonstration of the Exaltation  ceremony, which was carried out to a high standard, led by MEZ Ni...
On Saturday the 19th of March Neleus Chapter held their 321st Regular and Installation Meeting at the Beaconsfield Masonic Centre. The meeting was very well attended with a visit from our Provincial Scribe Nehemiah, E Comp Bryan Harfield and members ...
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BucksPGC Annual Convocation 2022 On Monday the 28th March 2022, the Royal Arch Province of Buckinghamshire, held their annua… https://t.co/qEmNmpAXyp
BucksPGC At a recent Emergency Meeting Oliver Chapter No. 2812 was blessed with a low-key visit from our Most Excellent Gran… https://t.co/NfdSwrvTWg
BucksPGC Multi Chapter of Improvement We will be holding a Multi Chapter of Improvement, at the Beaconsfield Masonic Centre… https://t.co/lhc4jhq0Oj
BucksPGC Stephens Chapter held its Installation meeting, on Saturday the 22nd of May 2021 at The Beaconsfield Masonic Centre… https://t.co/uQ4ciJU8ZC
BucksPGC Annual Convocation Booking Form Provincial Grand Chapter of Buckinghamshire Annual Convocation. Monday 6th Septembe… https://t.co/Fu8eCNdY6e
BucksPGC On Thursday 29th April 2021, The ME First Grand Principal has been pleased to make the following appointment and in… https://t.co/S9TjwPjDGV
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 Freemasonry is a journey of self-discovery and teaches important moral lessons. It is open to individuals of good standing, who express a belief in a Supreme Being and allows men of all religions and faiths to come together in a spirit of mutual respect and tolerance. The Royal Arch is an integral part of Pure Antient Freemasonry.

The three degrees of Craft Masonry deal with material matters. They allegorically trace man’s intellectual development from his birth in the first degree, through the intricate winding pathways of his mortal existence to his symbolical death in the third. The Royal Arch is the climax of that progression and contemplates the whole in the context of eternity. It contains the true essence of the moral philosophy underscoring Freemasonry. The ceremony of exaltation emphasises the Glory of the Most High and the Power of his Holy Name. It teaches each Companion the duty he owes to his Creator and stresses his total dependence on the Almighty, the Beginning and the End of all things.

Hence the Royal Arch is the essential and natural progression after the three Craft degrees and should be made by Master Masons, as “…the integral final step in Pure Antient Freemasonry”.

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