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  • Latest Information
    • Provincial Meeting – Thursday 18th May 2017 – Agenda and dining form now available for download from ‘Resources’.
    • Provincial visits through May: MEGS: Sincerity on 10th, Taunton Deane on 26th; DepGS: St George on 3rd and St Keyna on 11th; 2nd Principal: King Alfred on 8th and Avalon on 16th; 3rd Principal: Eldon on 4th and Marine on 9th. MEGS will also be visiting Royal Cyrus on 28th June.

Provincial Grand Chapter of Somerset

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It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the new website of the Holy Royal Arch Chapter of Somerset. I hope you will find it both interesting and informative.

The Royal Arch is the final part of the four stage journey from Initiation to Exaltation that is known as ‘Pure Antient Masonry’. Every Master Mason of at least four weeks standing is eligible to join. It provides the spiritual dimension to the Craft, with which it is inextricably associated. Within the website I hope you will find answers to all those questions that you have about the Holy Royal Arch. Please take the time to investigate the Somerset Provincial Grand Chapter and the 28 Royal Arch Chapters within the Province. Read the news stories and explore the history of this ultimate degree in Freemasonry.

To those members of the Craft who visit the website and are not yet Companions of the Holy Royal Arch I invite you to come and join us, you will derive great enjoyment from the degree and will find true companionship together with good fun.

We look forward to welcoming you.

D John Bennett.
Grand Superintendent, in and over, the Province of Somerset