Historic Masonic Ceremony Performed in Ripon Cathedral

An historic Masonic ceremony last performed in the “West Riding” more than a century ago was revived this Sunday (September 24) in one of Yorkshire’s oldest churches.

The laying of a commemorative flagstone within Ripon Cathedral – to mark the Tercentenary of the first United Grand Lodge of England and financial support given by Freemasons towards the building’s ongoing restoration work – formed an integral part of the annual Service of Thanksgiving, and is excellently covered by the Harrogate Informer at the link below.

Featuring live video interviews of Revd Canon Paul Greenwell and our Provincial Grand Master, both discussing Freemasonry and the event, this article speaks more of our continued openness in society and our increased willingness to engage with our local communities.

http://www.harrogate-news.co.uk/2017/09/25/ripon-cathedral-host-masonic-ceremony-last-held-province-yorkshire-west-riding-century-ago/

Watch the camera footage from inside the Cathedral at:


Posted in Provincial News, Tercentenary events on September 25th, 2017 by Robin Misra

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