The Official Journal of the United Grand Lodge of England
SGC

SGC

The Supreme Grand Chapter of England is the governing body of Royal Arch Masons in England, Wales and the Channel Islands.
Its headquarters are at Freemasons’ Hall, Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5AZ.

W: http://www.grandchapter.org.uk

Recognising our legacy HRH The Duke of Kent explains how funding from the Royal Arch is supporting the Royal College of Surgeons and has helped to restore the Willis organ in the Grand Temple You will remember the…
Somerset Royal Arch anniversary To celebrate the 250th anniversary of the Royal Arch in Somerset, an especial convocation was held in Bath, where the original recorded meeting was held. The Grand Superintendent John Bennett attended and the…
Annual Investiture of Supreme Grand Chapter 30 April 2015 An address by the ME The First Grand Principal HRH The Duke of Kent, KG Companions, I know that you would want me to congratulate the Grand…
Change of name for surgical research fund Since being established with the capital sum of £587,629 in 1967 the Grand Lodge 250th Anniversary Fund did not receive any additional capital donations - until 2014. The…
Arriving in style Second Grand Principal George Francis made a dramatic entrance when he arrived in a DeLorean car for the installation of Charles Cunnington as Grand Superintendent of the Royal Arch Province of Derbyshire.…
Regular Convocation  12 November 2014 An address by the ME Pro First Grand Master Peter Lowndes  Companions, the Second Grand Principal has just completed a series of meetings with Grand Superintendents. One of the topics of…
Regular Convocation 10 November 2014A talk by Ian Bell, Professional Organ Adviser, the Association of Independent Organ Advisers Most Excellent Pro First Grand Principal and companions, good morning. My name is Ian Bell, and I have been privileged…
Taking the right approach Pro First Grand Principal Peter Lowndes emphasises the importance of making ritual enjoyable and marks the Royal Arch’s achievements Grand Rank does come with responsibilities. For example, you have a duty to be mindful of…
Annual Investiture  1 May 2014 An address by the ME Pro First Grand Master Peter Lowndes  Companions, this is a very special day for those that I have had the pleasure in investing and I congratulate…
HRH The Duke of Kent reflects on the bicentenary of the Royal Arch as it raises more than £2 million for the Royal College of Surgeons This October we marked a major milestone in the…
On show at the Library and Museum, the Sussex Plate silver candelabrum reveals details about the union of the Grand Lodges in 1813 One of the Library and Museum’s greatest treasures has a prominent role…
ME Comp HRH The Duke of Kent, First Grand Principal, presided over the Celebratory Bicentenary Convocation of Supreme Grand Chapter and the dinner later that evening at the Savoy.
The Bicentenary Celebrations for Supreme Grand Chapter started with a demonstration of the new ceremony of exaltation by the Metropolitan Grand Stewards Chapter, which was followed by a celebratory luncheon in the Grand Connaught Rooms,…
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