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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.

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A matter of patients As the Royal Arch marks its two-hundredth anniversary in 2013, Sophie Radice looks at how members and the chapters have been supporting the Royal College of Surgeons in groundbreaking medical research…
With the spread of the Royal Arch across the world creating different rituals in each of the countries it has touched, John Hamill explains why international relations can be complex In the news section of…
Regular Convocation  14 November 2012 An address by the ME Pro First Grand Principal Peter Lowndes  Companions, after Supreme Grand Chapter has been closed we will be receiving presentations from Fellows of the Royal College of…
Bicentenary celebratory Convocation of Supreme Grand Chapter Wednesday 16 October 2013 To mark the bicentenary of the formal recognition of the Holy Royal Arch as part of pure antient Masonry and the culmination of the appeal…

Coming together

Friday, 14 September 2012
Would the of the two Grand Lodges have gone ahead in 1813 if the Royal Arch had not been recognised? John Hamill takes a whistle-stop tour through Antient history The earliest documentary evidence for the…

Pages from a new chapter

Wednesday, 13 June 2012
Today the formation of a Grand Chapter would be widely reported. As John Hamill explains, such was not the case for the Excellent Grand and Royal Arch Chapter of England As I wrote in the…

Extending the arch

Wednesday, 13 June 2012
Pro First Grand Principal Peter Lowndes discusses the mechanisms that have been put in place to promote the Royal Arch within Freemasonry As we move towards the bicentenary of the Order in 2013 we have…
Royal Arch Investiture  28 April 2011 An address by the ME Pro First Grand Principal Peter Lowndes  Companions, this is a special day for those of you who have been appointed to Grand Rank or have…

The Lord Blayney mystery

Monday, 19 March 2012
As the bicentenary of the inclusion of the Royal Arch chapter into ‘pure antient masonry’ draws near, John Hamill examines the mystery behind its formation On 22 July 1766, the first Grand Chapter in the…

MAKING exaltation RELEVANT

Wednesday, 14 December 2011
Pro First Grand Principal Peter Lowndes explains the importance of the Royal Arch in the completion of pure ancient masonrySince the Royal Arch Masons 2013 Bicentenary Appeal for the Royal College of Surgeons was launched…
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