Next Stated Convocation is Wednesday, November 4th at 412 Furnace St, Marshfield, a joint meeting with Samoset Royal Arch Chapter. Dinner at 6:30pm, $15 with reservation. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. Contact the Junior Warden (email address is in the notice).

Welcome to St. Stephen’s Royal Arch Chapter
E. Ned Bean,  HP
Sixth Capitular District,
Royal Arch Masons of Massachusetts
R.E. Jordan C. MacNeill, DDGHP


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On July 2, 2013, eighteen-year old Merritt Levitan was hit by a distracted driver who was texting. She passed away the next day from brain injuries. Four seconds of distracted driving took Merritt’s life.

Four seconds.

Textless Live More was developed by Merritt’s high school friends at Milton Academy to create greater awareness of the dangers of distracted driving. Merritt’s friends wanted to honor a true friend, leader and mentor in their community and turn her tragedy into awareness.

Textless Live More is now a student-led campaign in communities across the country and overseas. Please consider bringing TextLess Live More to your campus or community to help spread the word about distracted driving, change behavior, and save lives.

Go to www.textlesslivemore.org to learn more about the national awareness campaign and Merritt’s legacy for change. You can also view several short TextLess Live More videos narrated by actor Giancarlo Esposito, Gus of Breaking Bad, at www.textlesslivemore.org. Join us to become part of the movement.

Together we can change behavior and save lives. Together we can make driving safer. TextLess Live More for Merritt – and anyone who gets behind the wheel.

www.merrittsway.org (great site for info)

Ex. Ned Bean will be coordinating a public service awareness program on distracted driving. Our hope is to present this program to all the Masonic Lodges in our area.

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YORK RITE MASONRY – As a Master Mason, you asked for and received more Light and took obligations In the rituals and lessons of the first 3 degrees in your Lodge you were given a word. This was a substitute word to be used until future generations would find the Master’s word. This substitute word allows you to visit Masonic Lodges and identify yourself as a Master Mason. Did you ever wonder what the real word was? In the York Rite of Freemasonry during the Chapter Degrees the word is found and communicated to you.

The journey continues by joining brother Master Masons in search of more Light and the lost Master’s word. The Royal Arch degree was, and still is in England, a part of the Master Mason’s 3rd Degree. It was the culmination of the story and path you started as an Entered Apprentice. Continue your Masonic education by joining your local Royal Arch Chapter. See our “JOIN” page for an excellent video explaining York Rite Masonry and how to seek membership.

 Links to the Grand York Rite Bodies of Massachusetts


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