The Chapter Lecture Teams endeavour to increase the sum of Royal Arch knowledge by visiting other Chapters in order to educate and entertain their members, and support the Most Excellent Grand Superintendent's nominated charity. Each Lecture lasts between 35 and 45 minutes and is worked either by an individual or by a team consisting of five or more Chapter members.

If your Chapter would like to learn more or has a vacant date to fill, please contact us for further information. Lectures currently available include:

 

The Significance and Meaning of some Hebrew words and names in Pure Ancient Masonic Ritual.

A lecture written and performed by the Most Excellent Grand Superintendent and now with his permission it can be delivered by a team from The Provincial Stewards Chapter.  This lecture was performed by the team for the first time on the 20th June 2013.

We already have bookings for the coming Masonic year so if you would like the Lecture team to bring the Presentation to your Chapter or Lodge please contact us.

 

In the Beginning - Ancient Royal Arch Secrets.

This lovely lecture concentrates on the Royal Arch ritual of the 18th century, and the changes that have taken place over the past 250 years. It includes a re-enactment of a Chapter opening in the mid-18th century. If your Chapter, or a Chapter you know, is looking to receive an interesting lecture, please explain to them the context of this wonderful and historic lecture. The Lecture Team members pay for their own dining, so there is no cost to the Chapter receiving the lecture, although a charitable donation is always welcome. 

We already have bookings for the coming Masonic year so if you would like the Lecture team to bring the Presentation to your Chapter or Lodge please contact us.

 

Why the Royal Arch?

The Presentation of "Why the Royal Arch?" takes the form of an informal conversation between five Companions discussing their reasons for being exalted into this Supreme Degree and how they might encourage other Master Masons to follow their lead. It is followed by a Q & A session, which always brings interesting and challenging queries.

The Presentation can be given at the end of a shortened Royal Arch Convocation when Master Masons are invited to join the meeting. It can also be given in a Master Masons' Lodge but with the proviso that there are no outstanding Degree ceremonies to conduct.  Each Presentation requires a team of five which is not always easy to arrange so willing volunteers to take one of the parts are always welcome. The individual parts are not hard to learn and we always have rehearsals immediately prior to our presentations.

Where Chapters or Lodges have no Candidates for a particular meeting the Scribe 'E' or Secretary may like to consider this Presentation as an ideal alternative. We already have bookings for the coming Masonic year so if you would like the Lecture team to bring the Presentation to your Chapter or Lodge please contact us.