New Masonic Season is Here!

With September arriving and the kids going back to school, it can only mean one thing… the new Masonic season is here at Crescamus as we look forward to the year ahead.

Crescamus Lodge meets formally in October, December, February and May, with weekly Lodges of Instruction at Croydon and District Masonic Halls, where the members get together to learn more about their Freemasonry and rehearse for the upcoming meetings.

New Masonic Season

The year ahead at Crescamus looks as busy and exciting as ever with a range of events and meetings to whet everyone’s appetite.

October

In October we will be welcoming the Deputy Provincial Grand Master, V.W. Bro. Richard Wileman to Croydon who will be joined by his retinue of escorting officers.

At the meeting, we will be raising to the third degree our newest member who joined the Lodge last year. This will be the completion of his journey in Craft Masonry.

We will also have the distinct pleasure of welcoming V.W. Bro. David Chambers a former member of Crescamus Lodge back to Croydon, now that he has been appointed Deputy Provincial Grand Master for Yorkshire North and East Ridings.

December

December will see our usual White Table meeting, where after the conclusion of the formal Masonic business, we will welcome our guest into the Temple, before we retire for a Christmas meal, complete with carols. If you would like to experience Masonic hospitality with a view to joining, please contact us.

February

Each and every February, Crescamus Lodge hold’s its annual Installation meeting, where the Master is appointed for the year ahead, and this year will be no different. Being Master is a big responsibility but one which every Mason aspires to.

May

Our May meeting is always the conclusion of the year, and always good fun. At this meeting, we will be looking to add to the members of Crescamus, by initiating our newest member. Could this be you?

Social Events

Crescamus Lodge also holds many social events throughout the year, from Curry Nights to Sunday Carveries and from Christmas celebrations to formal Ladies’ Nights and will certainly be doing the same again this coming year. There is always something for the whole family to enjoy!.