Provincial Grand
Stewards Chapter

At the meeting of the Provincial Grand Stewards Chapter on July 26, those lucky enough to be attendance, heard a rare explanation of the Royal Arch Tracing Boards, by members of the Metropolitan Grand Stewards Demonstration team.

Essex Provincial Grand
Stewards Golf Day

The eagerly awaited Provincial Grand Stewards Golf Day finally took place at the South Essex Golf Club on Friday 31st July 2021. The originally planned Spring Event that had been months in the planning, had to be rescheduled twice in May and June, creating significant logistical planning implications.

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Why you should join the Royal Arch

Are you thinking of joining the Royal Arch? You really should you know!

Introduction from

Paul Tarrant

Most Excellent Grand Superintendent

Welcome to Essex Royal Arch Masonry. This site has been designed to provide an insight to the Holy Royal Arch and we sincerely hope it will be of high interest to both Craft Masons and Companions alike. The Holy Royal Arch is an integral part of Freemasonry being the completion of your journey through Pure Antient Masonry.

We are particularly interested in drawing your attention to the section “Why Join“ where you will find all the information you need to become an Essex Royal Arch Mason. Once you have read this section the next step is to review where Essex Chapters meet, click here to find out more.

If you have and questions, please feel free to contact our Royal Arch Membership Officer in the section  “Ask Bruce

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The preliminary Declaration in the Book of Constitutions states that:

"Pure Ancient Masonry consists of Three Degrees and no more, viz; those of The Entered Apprentice, The Fellow Craft and The Master Mason, including the Supreme Order of the Holy Royal Arch."

Want to know more, or ready to join?

If you want to know more about joining or simply just have a question. Why not ask the Royal Arch Membership Officer, Bruce Mapson a question?
Join other Essex Companions
Join your friends or members of your Lodge and become a Royal Arch Mason.
With 120 chapters in 25 different locations, you will be surprised how easy your journey will be, in more ways than one. The Royal Arch as a prestigious Order and members are proud to have been accepted, as this 
is so much more than the completion of Pure Ancient Masonry, it's about the enjoyment of Freemasonry in a relaxed atmosphere, where fun and formality coexist.

Are you ready to take the next step?

Take the next step by joining the Royal Arch - Find out more