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As we are aware, the Holy Royal Arch Order is acknowledged as the fourth step in Pure Antient Craft Masonry. To help encourage our brethren, who have not yet taken this fourth step, to find out more about this important Masonic Order, a special informal meeting is arranged on Tuesday 27th June 2017 starting at 7pm at Queen Victoria Masonic Hall, 76 Victoria Road, St. Budeaux, Plymouth. PL5 1DR. This meeting has the support of our Provincial Grand Master and M.E. Grand Superintendent and they both encourage interested brethren to attend.

This meeting will be a ‘red table’ event at which brethren will be supported by Holy Royal Arch companions to come and learn about Holy Royal Arch Masonry and where it fits into Craft Masonry. Brethren will be invited into a HRA Chapter setting to listen to a short presentation on the Order, followed by a question/answer session. The only qualification needed is that brethren are Master Masons. The meeting will be held under the banner of The Sincerity Chapter No. 189, so please contact E.Comp. Chris Tyler to reserve your place at this informative meeting. We hope that all Chapters who use the Queen Victoria Masonic Hall will support this initiative. Please include name, lodge name and number for those brethren who will be attending. Dress code is smart casual. Please contact E.Comp. Chris Tyler via his contact details below. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Home tel. no.: 01752 343687 Mobile tel. no.: 07585 126978

After the presentation, there will be a buffet-style festive board at which those non-companions will be the guests of the HRA Chapters supporting this initiative. Companions will pay for their meals. The cost of the meal will be £10 per person. This invitation is open to any brother who is interested in increasing his Masonic knowledge irrespective of where his lodge meets. I would therefore encourage you to disseminate this invitation as wide as possible. It is not necessary for the brother or brethren to be accompanied by any potential sponsor although this would be preferred.

Yours sincerely & fraternally, E.Comp. John Sevieri, PGStB 3rd Provincial Grand Principal