Communications

How we Communicate with the Public and with Members

Our Internet presence and Electronic Communications are controlled by a team of volunteers.

Communicating with the Public

The website which you are currently browsing is often called our Chapter Public Website and it is available to all. It is the public face of the Chapter used to inform anyone interested about Royal Arch Freemasonry in general and our Chapter in particular.
This is one of the main vehicles we have for attracting members.

Communicating with the Members

We communicate between ourselves as members in a two of ways. Both of these communication channels are strictly for members of the Chapter only and access to them is controlled by a combination of passwords and other authorisations.

  • Our main method of communicating with each other on a day to day basis is a closed messaging service. Every member is joined to this when he joins the Chapter. Non-members can neither read nor post messages. Members can opt to receive messages in various ways, each choosing this most suitable for him.
  • We have our Members Only area to this Website. This is where we have extensive resources available to members including full history of all the Chapter activities, membership lists, and all the summonses and minutes of meetings for every meeting of the Chapter. Members also use an area of this site to book into Chapter meetings and social functions.

Joining the Chapter allows Freemasons to use all these methods to take advantage of the opportunity to exchange views and share objectives with other Freemasons all over the world.