Antient Manor Chapter No 4511
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Antient Manor Chapter

Antient Manor Royal Arch Chapter No 4511

 

What is Royal Arch Masonry ?

The Royal Arch is the continuation of Craft Freemasonry. Its members, called Companions, meet in Chapters under a Grand Chapter. Chapters are ruled over by three Principals, who rule conjointly, and the Grand Chapter is ruled over by three Grand Principals, with a Pro First Grand Principal when the First Grand Principal is a Royal Prince.

Extract from Supreme Royal Arch Chapter website

About Antient Manor Chapter

Antient Manor Chapter was formed by members of Antient Manor Lodge No4511* in 1928. Antient Manor Lodge was the Mother Lodge of Prescot Lodge, (ie Prescot Lodge was formed mainly by members of Antient Manor Lodge).

Antient Manor is a thriving chapter with a buoyant membership meeting at Prescot Masonic Hall four times a year.

The members and guests enjoying their meal after a meeting

New Companion For Antient Manor 

The Chapter gained a new companion recently.

Companion Glyn Thomas was exalted in a superb ceremony presided over by the Three Principals, the Second and Third principals being unable to attend Chapter Z Mel Riley was assisted by acting H Les Norton and acting J Ken Hopkins. 

Glyn was conducted around the Chapter by PS John Roughley assisted by 1st asst S John Whalley and proved an excellent candidate. 

During the festive board Glyn was presented with the booklet explaining the workings of Royal Arch Chapter and its history by E Comp Frank Davies and was welcomed into the Chapter by the Principals, members and guests present. Glyn was keen to respond to the toast given to his health proposed by E Comp David Hickman and said he looked forward to many years of pleasure in the Chapter.

Mel congratulates Glyn, accompanied by Les Norton and Ken Hopkins

Installation 2013

The three Principals were placed into their respective chairs in a first class ceremony during the November installation meeting. The Companions were honoured by the presence of E Comp Paul Renton, Assistant to the Provincial Grand Principals and the Group Chairman Colin Rowling.

The three Principals Mel Riley (centre) Mark Derbyshire (left) and John Roughley (second right) with Paul Renton Assistant to the Provincial Grand Principals and Colin Rowling St Helens and Prescot Group Chairman (right) after the meeting

* Sadly Antient Manor Lodge no longer meets as such, having amalgamated with two other Lodges under the guise of Prescot Trinity Lodge.

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