• Yenton Chapter No 3484 – 100 Not Out

    The guns had fallen silent on 11th November 1918. The experiences, traumas and horrors of World War 1 were still a very real memory for many, many people when on 27th February 1919 Companions from across Birmingham came together to consecrate Yenton Chapter 3484. Almost 100 years to the…

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  • Congratulations – your letter should be with you

    As the days draw out it is nice to get good news; and so it is for some of our most hardworking members who have received Notice of First Appointments… Read More

  • God’s Creation – and then shall your light break forth

    Events that endure must be good – and so it was on Sunday 24 February when the 34th Royal Arch Church Service took place at Coughton Parish Church. The sun… Read More

  • On my Way Home – From our Correspondent

    Guy’s Chapter – Feb 2019 All good things must come to an end Companions.  After an excellent week of roving reporting, it is time for me to return to, as… Read More

  • From our Correspondent – Smiles all round

    Chapter of Rectitude– Feb 2019 Companions, as you all hopefully know, the Grand Superintendent believes that a Royal Arch Freemason is not properly dressed without a smile.  One who certainly… Read More

  • From our Correspondent – Back in Time

    Apollo Chapter – Feb 2019 Companions, have you ever had the opportunity to attend a meeting at Alcester?  If not, you are missing a treat.  So many of us are… Read More

  • From our Correspodent – Sojourn On

    Trinity Chapter – Feb 2019   It is always special when visiting a lodge or chapter but it is even more so when it is a particularly old one as… Read More

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