culminating in the First Principal's chair of the Chapter. As a Craft Mason you will already be aware that Freemasonry teaches self-respect, self-restraint and reason. In a changing and superficial world, it also points to the eternal and fundamental principles that have emerged unchanged from every transition era.
The Royal Arch holds firm to the belief in the Brotherhood of Man, the Fatherhood of God, and the Immortality of the Human Soul in high regard. A Royal Arch Mason becomes a more fully-informed ambassador, by improving himself in Masonry
The Royal Arch leads the candidate from the practical to the spiritual and completes "pure ancient masonry", a fascinating journey of self- knowledge and self - discovery beginning with the Entered Apprentice degree and
Provincial Grand Chapter
Complete your Freemasonry Journey
Join the Holy Royal Arch
Which Chapter should I join?
There are 3 simple questions that will help you decide
1.) What Day - Weekday, or Weekend
2.) What Centre - You don’t have to stay at Chingford
3.) Would You Like to Join a Chapter where there are Old E's
The Old Esthameians Lodge has a number of Members that belong to the Holy Royal Arch and would be please to talk to you about the order.
The Old E's supports several Royal Arch Chapters the ones listed below meet at the Harlow Masonic Centre
Ixion 2501 - Members Norman Moore, Peter Low, Mick Saywell, Jim Joyce, Phil Morris
Chapter of Borrowed Light 9054 - Members Barry Newton, Martin Haimowitz, Neil Duggan, Mark Koster
or try a Chingford Chapter
Old Parkonians Chapter 4709 - One of the few Old School Chapters in Essex
For all Royal Arch enquiries, please email Royal Arch Membership Officer
John Crudgington at RAMembershipOfficer@EssexPGL.org.uk