The Grand Lodge continues to focus on ways we can enhance and assist our Lodges in bringing new Brethren into the Masonic fraternity. In working with the Grand Lodge Education Committee over the past several years we have held a highly successful series of Master Mason Education Seminars around the state. This has brought further light to many of our newly raised Brothers as well as long time Masons.
To go another step further the Education Committee has developed an Entered Apprentice Workshop which is being planned for March 31, 2018 at the Lodge in Concord, NH.
The Grand Lodge of New Hampshire Education Committee proudly presents
Entered Apprentice Workshop
Putting Answers in the Hands of Our New Brothers
Saturday March 31, 2018
Masonic Temple, 53 Ironworks Rd.
9:00am to 12:00pm (Breaks included)
Coffee, donuts and light lunch provided.
This Workshop is FREE of charge but we ask that you RSVP to allow us to properly prepare.
- What happens during the Entered Apprentice Degree
- Where did Masonry come from
- Why do we perform ritual and teach by degrees
- Why do I need to learn a lesson
- Round table discussions on general questions about Freemasonry
This workshop will be focused on those Entered Apprentice Candidates of all Lodges in the State who have not yet progressed to the Fellow craft Degree in the last three (3) years. The session will be in the morning only and will focus on: the Heritage of Masonry, Why we Memorize Lessons, guidance on new EA experiences, etc. The session will be a combination of presentations and round table discussions. The hope is that we will inspire new Brethren to continue their journey and be an active member of YOUR Lodge. There is NO Cost for this workshop and we encourage an Officer of your Lodge to attend with any new Candidates.
Please RSVP by March 22nd to:
Email – Malcolm Wooff; EdCom Chair: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may obtain a copy of the flyer here.