in the Book of Constitutions
We all know of the Book of Constitutions, but how many of us have taken the time to actually read it, or even understand it? We all think that we know the rules of Freemasonry, but a closer look reveals that there are little known “gems” buried within the texts that are just not common-knowledge.
For example, did you know that under certain circumstances, an Honorary Member can have some “Membership” rights within the Lodge? Or how about the rarely used rule about a Lodge appointing a “Deputy Master”? (I bet you have never heard about that one!)
This lecture is a smorgasbord of little gems from our Book of Constitutions, explained and clarified. Andrew will also explain how the suspension of freemasonry during the pandemic has meant that certain rules cannot be complied-with. What if a Master Elect cannot attend his installation night? How does the Lodge deal with that? Under what circumstances must an incumbent W. Master stay in post another full year?
This lecture opens up our rule book and gives lots of little-known rules a breath of life and is accompanied (and supported) by a PowerPoint presentation.
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