Sat, Sep 16|
Social Lodge #86 Hall
Terre Haute Area | Social Lodge #86 | One Day Class
Unlock ancient mysteries in a day! Experience the Freemasons' One Day Class—a transformative journey through three degrees of initiation. Dive into timeless wisdom, forge unbreakable bonds, and be part of a legacy that spans centuries. Are you ready to take the first step? #Freemasonry
Time & Location
Sep 16, 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM EDT
Social Lodge #86 Hall, 224 N 8th St, Terre Haute, IN 47807, USA
About the Event
Registration starts at 7 a.m. Anticipated completion at 3:30 p.m.
Contact: Mark Kester, PM, Sec'y, 812-236-6987; firstname.lastname@example.org
Discover the Mysteries and Brotherhood of Freemasonry in a Single Day! Join us for an immersive experience like no other—the Freemasons' One Day Class. Delve into the secrets and symbolism of our ancient order as you journey through all three degrees of initiation in just one day. Uncover the timeless teachings that have shaped generations of leaders, thinkers, and men of character. Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Masonic history and values, all while forging lasting bonds with fellow initiates. Are you ready to embark on a unique path of personal growth and camaraderie? Don't miss the chance to be a part of this extraordinary event. Join us for the Freemasons' One Day Class and take your first steps into a world of enlightenment and brotherhood
Candidates for the Degrees of Freemason must have been voted on by their mother lodge in the affirmative and come with a completed INGL Form 43 EZ (INGL Credentials Required to Open.)
These credentials must be presented to the event registration committee before entering the lodge room.
Reminder (Blue Book of Masonic Law Reg. 29.030. Petitions)
(a) All petitions for membership or for degrees must be made in writing, signed in person, by the petitioner with his name written in full, and signed by at least two members of the Lodge petitioned as his recommenders. (b) A petitioner for the degrees must also fill out the petitioner’s questionnaire and submit same with his petition, which questionnaire must be read to the Lodge by the Secretary at the time the petition is read. (c) All petitioners for membership or for degrees must submit to the Grand Lodge approved background investigation. Lodges Under Dispensations are excluded from requiring a background investigation. (d) Such petitions must be presented at a called or stated meeting, be referred to a Committee for Investigation, and then lie over until a stated meeting. If presented at a called meeting, the petition must lie over until a stated meeting at least three weeks later