Wednesday, April 8, 2009

‘Mysticism Night’

This flier speaks for itself, so I’ll only add that there are things happening in New Jersey Blue Lodge Masonry that haven’t happened in years – if ever – thanks to a precious few progressive thinking Masters and Wardens.

This event, to take place at Nutley Lodge No. 25, is just one of many happenings on the lodge’s trestleboard intended to broaden the horizons of its brethren. As you can see, it also is open to the public, which is a bold move, in my opinion.

Nutley Lodge is a winner of the 2008 Twain Award for excellence in Masonic Awareness. This event on the 25th represents the kind of public outreach Masonry should attempt. The blood drives, coat drives, canned goods drives, and other drives are important, but there is more to Freemasonry than that.

Also scheduled to appear at Nutley Lodge this year are Trevor Stewart, Past (2004) Prestonian Lecturer of the United Grand Lodge of England and Past Master of Quatuor Coronati Lodge No. 2076, and Mark Tabbert, director of collections at the George Washington Masonic Memorial, board member of The Masonic Society, Vice President of the Masonic Library and Museum Association, etc.

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