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Buckinghamshire Provincial Grand Chapter

On Tuesday the 18th January, the Provincial Grand Chapter of Oxfordshire hosted a Tri-Province meeting, with the Royal Arch Provinces of Berkshire and Buckinghamshire. The Most Excellent Grand Superintendent of Oxfordshire, E Comp James Hilditch warm...
On Friday the 14th of January, Buckinghamshire First Principals Chapter held their Installation Meeting at Slough Masonic Centre. The Meeting was well attended with members present from all parts of the Province along with the Provincial Executive an...
On Tuesday the 7th December 2021, a new companion was exalted into Stewards Chapter. Since the Chapter's consecration in 1992, there have only been six companions to be exalted into the Chapter, as the Chapter is general...
I have listened enthralled to scientific debate on how we should progress though life. However, questions remain which may never be resolved: what do we demand of life and wish to achieve from it? The Master Masons Grand Lodge Certificate shows him t...
A pleasant and enjoyable evening was had by all at Wineslai Chapter  on Tuesday 14th December for the Exaltation of Bro. Alan Turner. The MEZ, E. Comp Wyn Beckett conducted an excellent ceremony followed by a happy and lively festive board....
On Thursday the 9th of December, Buckingham Chapter celebrated one hundred and fifty years, from being consecrated at the George Hotel, Aylesbury, on 13th December 1870. The Celebration was due to be held at the December Installation meeting in 2020,...
On Saturday 20th of November, Neleus Chapter No 3062 held a regular convocation of the Chapter at Beaconsfield Masonic Centre. The Chapter was honored to receive an Official visit from E Comp Stan Green the Third Provincial Grand Principal of Bu...
On Saturday the 13th of November, Buckinghamshire Royal Arch Vision Club held its inaugural meeting at the Bletchley Masonic Hall. Although the club has been formed for more than 2 years meetings, information and entertainment was via the internet du...
Although Wexham are the smallest parish in the hundred of Stoke just 748 acres, Wexham Park Chapter are back "Big Time" with a very enjoyable convocation on Friday 12th November held at the Masonic Centre Slough.  Wrexham Park Chapter are planin...
On Thursday the 4th of November Bowen Chapter held their Installation meeting at the Beaconsfield Masonic Centre. The meeting was well attended along with an Official visit from a party of seven Provincial Officers. Bowen Chapter was the first Royal ...
EVERY MEMBER TO INTRODUCE ONE NEW MEMBER IN THREE YEARS ENCOURAGING BRETHREN TO BE PART OF SOMETHING SPECIAL The Challenge is to ensure that all our Chapters in Buckinghamshire look to grow their numbers and have a plan for the future. New members ar...
On Monday the 1st November Buckinghamshire Royal Arch Executive were invited to the Royal Arch Province of Hertfordshire Annual Convocation, held at Freemasons Hall, London.The Executive Team from Buckinghamshire were led by our hard-working Deputy G...
21.10.2021 - The Freemasons have signed the Armed Forces Covenant during a ceremony at Freemasons' Hall in Covent Garden on 20 October led by His Royal Highness, The Duke of Kent. The partnership aims to support members of the Armed Forces commu...
On Friday 15th October Watling Street Chapter, held their Installation Convocation at the historic St. Giles Parish Rooms, Stony Stratford. The companions present had the pleasure of seeing the installation of Eric Tchambak as First Principal, John W...
The Royal Arch Province of Buckinghamshire is delighted to offer you the opportunity to join this new Royal Arch initiative. RAVC is a club for Royal Arch members new and old, who want to learn more about the continuation of their Masonic journe...
On Friday the 8th of October, Longueville Chapter held their 82nd Convocation of the Chapter at the Bletchley Masonic Centre, Milton Keynes. At the convocation Ib Ravn-Aagaard was installed in warm and sincere ceremony led by installing MEZ Steve Ram...
On Monday the 4th of October Windsor End Chapter held a regular convocation of the Chapter. The convocation was well attended and had the pleasure of seeing Bro. Andrew Lowde of Christopher Lodge exalted into the Chapter in a very good ceremony, led ...
Stephens Chapter held a regular convocation of the Chapter on Saturday 2nd of October at Beaconsfield Masonic Centre. The Chapter had the pleasure to receive an official visit from the Province, E Comp Joseph Le Roi-Smith, Assistant to the Provincial...
On Saturday 25th September, Five Points Chapter, held a regular meeting of the Chapter at Beaconsfield Masonic Centre. The meeting was a celebration after a long period of time when the Chapter could not meet in strength due to the covid pandemi...
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BucksPGC At a recent Emergency Meeting Oliver Chapter No. 2812 was blessed with a low-key visit from our Most Excellent Gran… https://t.co/NfdSwrvTWg
BucksPGC Multi Chapter of Improvement We will be holding a Multi Chapter of Improvement, at the Beaconsfield Masonic Centre… https://t.co/lhc4jhq0Oj
BucksPGC Stephens Chapter held its Installation meeting, on Saturday the 22nd of May 2021 at The Beaconsfield Masonic Centre… https://t.co/uQ4ciJU8ZC
BucksPGC Annual Convocation Booking Form Provincial Grand Chapter of Buckinghamshire Annual Convocation. Monday 6th Septembe… https://t.co/Fu8eCNdY6e
BucksPGC On Thursday 29th April 2021, The ME First Grand Principal has been pleased to make the following appointment and in… https://t.co/S9TjwPjDGV
BucksPGC Thinking of Joining The Royal Arch? https://t.co/QU0oOJFWMj
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 Freemasonry is a journey of self-discovery and teaches important moral lessons. It is open to individuals of good standing, who express a belief in a Supreme Being and allows men of all religions and faiths to come together in a spirit of mutual respect and tolerance. The Royal Arch is an integral part of Pure Antient Freemasonry.

The three degrees of Craft Masonry deal with material matters. They allegorically trace man’s intellectual development from his birth in the first degree, through the intricate winding pathways of his mortal existence to his symbolical death in the third. The Royal Arch is the climax of that progression and contemplates the whole in the context of eternity. It contains the true essence of the moral philosophy underscoring Freemasonry. The ceremony of exaltation emphasises the Glory of the Most High and the Power of his Holy Name. It teaches each Companion the duty he owes to his Creator and stresses his total dependence on the Almighty, the Beginning and the End of all things.

Hence the Royal Arch is the essential and natural progression after the three Craft degrees and should be made by Master Masons, as “…the integral final step in Pure Antient Freemasonry”.

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