As we start into the Masonic year, and the holidays of 2019, I’d like to say a couple things about what I hope for our Lodge for the coming year.
May we all continue to come together in brotherly love and unity while supporting each other on our own individual journeys through Masonry.
It is argued that the backbone of a Lodge isn’t the Worshipful Master, who typically serves for only one year, but is instead…
But what do you do if a member’s skills don’t progress from year to year and you find someone in an office they are not suited to? This will be a disservice to that member, and this happens no matter what method you use.
Planning for the Lodge is an almost continuous process. It starts the year before, with…
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Anyone in the Lodge can have and wield power. Power is the personal influence a Mason has within the fraternity…
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While the Worshipful Master presides over the meetings, this is not his only responsibility. Far from it.
There are politically correct ways to provide for leaders in an organization and there are less politically correct ways.