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The Masonic and Military Order of the Red Cross of Constantine (and the Orders of the Holy Sepulchre and of St John the Evangelist, which are appended thereto) is an order of Freemasonry, open to all Royal Arch Companions who hold and profess a belief in the Christian Trinitarian Faith.

The Order commemorates the miraculous Conversion to the Christian faith of the great Roman Emperor Constantine after his glorious victory in the battle of Saxa Rubra and the Milvian Bridge in the year AD 312, and the impact that his conversion had on the further development and global spread of the Christian religion.

The Orders of the Holy Sepulchre and of St John the Evangelist – usually referred to as ‘Appendant Orders’ – commemorate the Crucifixion and the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, and interpret both Craft and Royal Arch Masonry in a Christian context.

The Order, although deriving much of its rich symbolism from Angelican Christian usage and customs, is non-denominational and is open to all Christian Royal Arch Masons in good standing who profess a sincere belief in the Trinity-in-Unity and who desire to expand their Masonic knowledge in a New Testament setting.

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Annual Divisional Meeting 16th March 2019

Welcome to the 2019 Divisional Meeting Page. Sheffield Tapton Masonic Hall was the host of this years Divisional Meeting which for many actually started on the Friday afternoon when a group of unsung Knights attended to prepare the temple and setup the various rooms for distingushed guests. The day started cold and wet with heavy rain forecast which only eased slightly when the Grand Sovereign […]

Divisional Sepulchre Guard

The Masonic and Military Order of the Red Cross of Constantine and the Orders of the Holy Sepulchre and of St. John the Evangelist DIVISIONAL SEPULCHRE GUARD – WEST YORKSHIRE DIVISION The West Yorkshire Divisional Sepulchre Guard travel around the division and provide assistance during certain ceremonies and help escort distinguished guests into and out of the temple. The Divisional Sepulchre Guard consists of a […]

Conclaves

White Rose of York Conclave No.120 meeting in Sheffield Loidis Conclave No. 157 meeting in Leeds St Helena Conclave No.165 meeting in Harrogate Royal Standard Conclave No.167 meeting in Sheffield Centurion Conclave No.170 meeting in Brighouse Wharfedale Conclave No.173 meeting in Otley Roman Eagle Conclave No. 178 meeting in Bradford Ebor Rosa Conclave No.186 meeting in Doncaster Huddersfield Conclave No.191 meeting in Huddersfield Via Crucis Conclave No.263 meeting in Cleckheaton Pillar of Light Conclave No.370 meeting in […]

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Corona Virus Advice

Corona Virus Advice

Please find attached advice for all Red Cross Members and Freemasons in general – https://mcusercontent.com/a19ebddb1f56f7e5d85e4ab82/files/8329af1f-5a67-4c6c-9f96-96f16d18671d/Corona_Virus_Member_Update_v5.pdf

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Deputy Intendant General

Deputy Intendant General

It is with the deepest sadness the we give notice of the passing of our Deputy Intendant General V. Ill. Kt. Hugh William Moir. We all have cherished memories of Hugh and the Division will not be the same without his booming Scottish voice, wonderful ritual delivery and sheer passion for all things Red Cross. Please keep his family in your thoughts and prayers at […]

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Donation to Barnsley Youth Choir

Donation to Barnsley Youth Choir

          Barnsley Youth Choir, is a charity entirely run by volunteers. It seeks to provide outstanding opportunities for young people who live in Barnsley and to inspire and change lives through music and to provide life changing opportunities for those involved. Ill Kt Frank Johnston, P G Prefect, West Yorkshire Division, applied to the Grand Sovereign’s Care for Children Fund for a grant for the Choir, […]

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